Featuring Victorian jewelry … Cameos, Bracelets, Necklaces, Rings. Made of precious metals and set with gems. Beautiful images of Victorian and Edwardian cameos. Heart shaped jewelry – a symbol of love during the Victorian era. Ladies chatelaine watches set with precious stones were very fashionable during the Edwardian era. Showcased are ornate 19th century bracelets, lavish necklaces, elaborate hair combs, and Victorian rings made of precious metals set with gems or imitation gems. Information and instructions for the lost art of making hair jewelry.
Victorian Corset Brooch
Scandalously extravagant piece of Victorian jewelry.
Highlighting contemporary and period jewels, panning three centuries of jewelry workmanship and design – some of which are accompanied with aristocratic provenance.
Spectacular Art Nouveau Jewelry (PHOTOS)
Art Nouveau was established as the premiere decorative style of the new century. The impact of this style was seen in architecture, furniture, fashion, and jewelry.
Victorian Beaded Bracelets
Decorative bracelets were worn in pairs in the 19th century. The matching wrist jewelry ranged from ornately jeweled gold bracelets to beaded or embroidered velvet bands. Instructions to make your own jewelry.
Antique Cameo Collection
Beautiful images of Victorian and Edwardian cameos. A beautiful and rare antique cameo jewelry collection, featuring the Victorian cameo and the Edwardian cameo. Showcased are volcanic
lava antique cameo brooches, sterling silver mounted Edwardian carnelian shell
antique cameo, Victorian gold mounted angelskin coral
antique cameo brooches.
Antique Ladies Watch
Ladies chatelaine watches set with precious stones were very fashionable during the Edwardian era. A lady could have a dozen watches, but the chatelaine watch was the most stylish of the day.
Circle brooches and pendants with lacy filigree designs set with precious stones were very fashionable during the Edwardian era.
Cameos Through Time
The history of cameos. In the late 1850s a new caprice of fashion brought cameos again into favor, and since that time the demand for them has increased every year. The styles of cameos most in vogue, and which have the advantage of a permanent interest, are historical portraits.
Antique Jewelry Box
Mid-19th century antique ebonized jewelry box or casket with 89 hand painted enameled panels. An antique Italian ebonized jewelry casket with 89 hand painted enameled panels set in with rosettes & braided wire, Roman figural finials, four full caryatid columns, cherubs riding swans to corners & top, applied metal faces & florals, multiple doors & drawers with interior & exterior decorations. The antique jewelry box measures 16″h x 14″w x 11″d.
Antique Heart-Shaped Jewelry
Heart shaped jewelry – a symbol of love during the Victorian era. Featuring Victorian gold-filled bangle bracelets, 10K rose gold Victorian cigar band ring with engraved hearts and ivy each inlayed with anodized black finish, Victorian 10K two-tone pink/yellow gold puffed heart charm bracelet.
History of Victorian Jewelry
Cameos, Charms and Victorian Mourning Jewelry – illustrated with jewelry by Extasia.
Antique Jewelry from 1851
Victorian jewelry that was highlighted in “The Industrial Arts of the Nineteenth Century – A Series of Illustrations of the Choicest Specimens Produced by Every Nation at the Great Exhibition of Works of Industry.” Showcased are ornate 19th century bracelets, lavish necklaces, elaborate hair combs, and Victorian rings made of precious metals set with gems or imitation gems.
Victorian Hair Jewelry
Information and instructions for this lost art of making hair jewelry. An ingenious Victorian hair-worker thought of many little domestic articles which could be either made of hair or ornamented with it. The following were some of the commonest applications: bracelets, brooches, earrings, rings, chains, necklaces, shawl pins, cravat pins, purses, bags, book markers, pencil cases, guards, studs, stud chains, scent bottles, walking sticks and even riding whips.
Queen Victoria’s Brooch – A Family Heirloom
A gold, enamel and garnet bodice brooch from 1830 that belonged to Queen Victoria.
Queen Victoria Wore Her Daughter’s Tooth on a Brooch
When Princess Vicky lost her first milk tooth, a special piece of jewelry was created featuring the tooth. The tooth forms the flower of a gold and enamel brooch fashioned in the shape of a thistle.
One of the oldest family owned jewelry stores in
Sunday and Sunday Antique Jewelry
Antique jewelry with emphasis on Victorian, Edwardian, and Art Nouveau eras.
Engagement Rings & Wedding Rings
19th C. Engagement and wedding rings.