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THE CHEAPSIDE HOARD —- The finest discovery of Tudor and Stuart Jewelry

Finds from the Cheapside Hoard discovered in 1912 by workmen demolishing a centuries old property in Cheapside, London. Elizabethan and Jacobean finds.

The Commoner Who Salvaged a King’s Ransom Emerald watch case – Past Imperfect

The Commoner Who Salvaged a King’s Ransom

Gold hairpin enamelled and set with turquoise: 16th -17th century

Late Elizabethan-early Stuart Era: Gold shepherd's crook hairpin set with tiny turquoise cabochons (late - early from the Cheapside Hoard discovered in London 1912

Decorative gold and enamel chains c1600  Victoria and Albert Museum Found with the Cheapside Hoard in 1912, a collection of Elizabethan and early Stuart era jewelry on display at the Museum of London until 4/14.

Decorative gold and enamel chains Victoria and Albert Museum Found with the Cheapside Hoard in a collection of Elizabethan and early Stuart era jewelry on display at the Museum of London until

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A conservator holds a Byzantine sapphire and pearl pendant, part of the Cheapside Hoard

Cheapside Hoard Emerald Diamond and enamel Salamander Brooch

DER SALAMANDER: Ein Gold, Diamant und Smaragd Hutnadel in Form eines Salamanders / A gold, diamond and emerald hat pin in the shape of a salamander, Cheapside Hoard, early century

Cheapside Hoard

The Cheapside Hoard.A few of over 500 pieces of jewellery (and jewels) unearthed in Cheapside, London by builders excavating the site of an old jewellery shop from the Tudor Era

A number of pendants were found, including this delicate design depicting bunches of bright green grapes.

Cheapside Hoard jewellery to go on display at the Museum of London

Emerald grapevine pendant A pendant of emerald and enamelled gold in the form of a grapevine. Seven emeralds, carved and polished to represent bunches of ‘white’ grapes, hang from two sprigs of recurving wire and a short length of chain.

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