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This pin is the old Scottish Sterling Pebble pin. It has an old “C” clasp and measures 1 1/8" by ¾". It has4 diamond shaped light blue agates set in Sterling that is etched in designs. It is in good condition. It is a delightful little pin.
Order Number: # pSpjac Price: $ 75.00
This little 1 1/8” by 5/8” pin is extraordinary! It is marked 592 on the frame, the 14K gold mark for European items. The stone is Tigar eye, which is an opaque to translucent quartz with a silky luster and brown & gold strips. It has been carved into a flower pattern. It is really beautiful and in great condition.
Order Number: # pverTey Price: $130.00
This is an early 1900 watch fob with rolled gold sliders and a tiger Eye carved stone cameo. It measures 13 inches long and has markings on the clip, H.F.B. The carved cameo dangle is 7/8 inch square. That particular pendant seems to be made of brass whereas the sliders are rolled gold. This is a very nice older watch fob and a joy to any collector.
Order Number: # Fobtiger Price $156.00
This Scottish banded agate pin is probably from the Victorian Era , middle 1800. It has the old “c” clasp and the tube hinge. It is set in brass and the center buckle piece is brass. It measures 1 ¾” in diameter. It is in pretty good condition for the age! It does have a knick on one side of the stone. It is very evident in the picture. Still it’s a beautiful piece of history!
Order Number: # pVbwa Price: $135.00
This wonderful pin is 1 3/8” by 1 ¼”. The Bohemian (Pyrope) garnets were popular 1880 and 90’s. They believed that Garnets empowered the wearer with truth, consistency and faith. This pin has a C clasp and a tube hinge. The back metal seems to be brass. It is in great condition.
Order Number: # pGarms Price: $240.00
This pin is in the shape of a dagger. In the Victorian Period these were called Dirks or a Scottish dagger. This is a jewelry pin shaped like a dirk with an amethyst, an agate, and black onyx. It is set in sterling with English hallmarks. Three Castles (Newcastle), Lion Passant (Sterling), looks like an F, which would be 1772-73. The makers mark is A&LL Co. It measures 1 ¾” long by ¼”. What a great little piece of history.
Order Number: #pdirk2 Price: $135.00
This little Victorian pin is rolled gold and has one coral piece in the middle. It measures 1 3/8” wide by 1 ¼” tall. The bottom of the pin in the back has a loop on the back to hang something. It has a “C” clasp and a tubular hinge. It is in good condition!.
Order Number: # pCorb2 Price $58.00
This pin is in the shape of a dagger. In the Victorian Period these were called Dirks or a Scottish dagger. This is a jewelry pin shaped like a dirk with an amethyst, an agate, and cornelian. It is set in sterling with English hallmarks. Anchor (Birmingham), Lion Passant (Sterling), looks like an I, which would be 1781-82. The makers mark is unreadable. It measures 1 ¾” long by ¼”. What a great little piece of history.
Order Number: # pSdirk Price: $ 135.00
This pin is an example of the jewelry that was made from the around 1885 to the turn of the century. They were made of cock covers from watches of the 1600’s to 1700’s. These little pieces of gilded brass were handmade in cottage industries by young men and women to protect the balance & staff of a watch. They were all unique and sometimes contained birds, swans and many decorative designs. These were saved and in made into jewelry. This one measures 1 ¾” by 7/8”. It is a rather plain one with flowers & leaves. But, it is also two types put together, on gilded brass and the other silver tones. It is very unique.
Order Number: # p2wcw Price: $85.00
Victorian 14 K Gold Lorgnette with a Long Chain of Garnets The Lorgnette is marked 14 karat gold, and is probably late 1890s or early 1900s. It measures 4 and ½" long and 1 and ¾" wide. This Lorgnette has a spring latch that allows the monocle piece to flip open to a set of reading glasses. The long chain attached with a swivel hook, (which is marked 14K on the inside) measures 48" with 23 hand-cut, real garnets. These garnets with bezel settings are incorporated in a gold chain! It is in excellent condition, and a wonderful piece for any collector!!
Order Number: # nkgarlor Price: $1,500.00
This wonderful silver “strap and buckle” agate pebble pin is definitely from the Victorian Period. It measures 1 1/16” by 7/8”. The clasp is a “C” clasp with a pin stem that protrudes past the pin, which is very common of the older jewelry Brooches. Banded agates are set into the silver. There are no markings on the back. It is in very good condition. What a rare find!
Order Number: # pVpebb Price: $ 165.00
These men’s cufflinks are really nice! They are made from watch cocks from 1885 to the 1900’s. These watch cocks were hand made and protected the inner workings of the watch. Jewelers saved these and jewelry was made from them. Notice the bird on one and the snake on the other. They are little works of Art. The watch cocks measure 7/8” by 1”. The cufflinks findings are marked sterling silver.
Order Number: # cLwc Price: $ 120.00
This pin is made from an old watch cock. The watch cocks are from 1885 to the 1900’s. These watch cocks were hand made and protected the inner workings of the watch. Jewelers saved these and jewelry was made from them. This one has a small metal cameo in the middle and little brass stars. It measures 1 1/16” in diameter. It has the tube hinge and a c clasp.
Order Number: # pWClay Price: $135.00
This is a pin with hallmarks that say it’s from Birmingham, England, dated 1904. Most Scottish jewelry was made in England. It looks like the Scottish Luckenbooth made in silver with the hallmarks: The anchor, Lion Passant, and an e. It is also marked A&LL.Co. The black in between the silver seems to be either thick type of enamel or thin pieces of real jet. (It does mark an unglazed pottery bottom.) It measures 2 ” tall by 1 3/8”. It is a real treasure of history.
Order Number: # pSloccr Price: $135.00
This pin is mark Scotland on the back. It measures 2 ¼” tall by 1 ¾”. It has a light, light yellow oval faceted prong set stone in the middle. The stone is not glass, but I’m not sure what it is. It has the rabbit ears safety clasp. This is what is called a Scottish Lockenbooth Brooch with the traditional theme of heart and crown. According to Wikipedia: The earliest records of heart-shaped brooches in Scotland date back to 1503. In the 18th century, these brooches were often known as 'Luckenbooth' brooches because they were sold from locked booths in the jewellery quarter of St. Giles.
Order Number: # pScot Price: $ 98.00
This is a beautiful Bohemian (Pyrope) Garnet pin! The garnets are not all the same size or cut. The larger garnets have an old mine cut with a large table top while the smaller garnets have the traditional (Victorian) old rose cut. The pin measures 1 ½ by 1 1/8”. The clasp have been repaired and are not original. I believe the back is gold over silver or brass.
Order Number: # pGhm3l Price: $210.00
This little pin with the coral branch is set in 10K rolled gold. It measures 1” by 5/8”. It has the C clasp, but the pin stem has been wired to work (Jury-rigged). It is in great condition.
Order Number: # prgcor Price: SOLD
This pin has 10K gold scalloped edged frame which holds a concave oval chalcedony plaque. This plaque has attached yellow gold wire and leaves with real turquoise cabochons. It looks like a forget-me-knot flower. The back has a tube hinge with a C clasp. It measures 1 1/2” by 1 ¼”. You can see a similar pin on page 41 of “Warmen’s Jewelry “ 3rd Edition by Christie Romero. When you hold it up to the light you see a slight line like a crack in the chalcedony, but you feel no crack. Other than that it is in wonderful condition
Order Number: # pVturo Price: $350.00
This is a wonderful circle type pin. It has a wonderful coral branch circled buy 10K embossed metal. It has a C clasp. It measures 1” in diameter. It is in great condition.
Order Number: # pCoralb Price: SOLD
This pin has 10K gold scalloped edged frame which holds a concave oval chalcedony plaque. This plaque has attached yellow gold wire and real pearls and garnets. ( It looks like a forget-me-knot flower.) The back has a tube hinge with a C clasp. It measures 1 1/8” by 7/8”. You can see a similar pin on page 41 of “Warmen’s Jewelry “ 3rd Edition by Christie Romero. You see a crack in the chalcedony and a chip in the back, so it does have some damage, but from the front it still looks great. It also has a gold safety chain and a small safety pin attached. I really like this pin, even with the damage it’s neat!
Order Number: # p10koval Price: $175.00
This wonderful little Victorian bar pin is made of gilded brass, with real garnets and corral. It has the one lever safety clasp. It measures 2” by 7/8” wide. It is made from watch cocks made from 1885 to the 1900’s. These watch cocks were hand made and protected the inner workings of the watch. Jewelers saved these and jewelry was made from them! It is very Victorian and is a great addition to any collection.
Order Number: # pVbcg Price: $240.00
Set in 14 K gold, this real Scarab is delightful. The shell of this beetle has simmering lights of purple, green, gold and black. The stone on top is a green garnet flanked by two small diamonds. This stick pin is not costume, but fine jewelry made in the Victorian era. What a delightful piece from the past. This is a rare find!
Order Number: # pstGrs Price: $380.00
A 1800’s Bohemian Garnet bracelet in good condition is what you are looking at! It fit’s a 5 ½ to 6” wrist and the clasp is tight. The 2 rows f Garnets are not missing any stones and it is set in brass. It’s width is about ¼” and other than a slight bend in the metal underneath, it is in great condition! What a wonderful piece of history. P>
Order Number: # brBGar Price: $425.00
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