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  • Antique perpignan garnets bangle braceletbracelet jonc ancien en or

    Perpignan garnet bangle bracelet in 18 karat rose gold. Bangle bracelet featuring a rose gold hollow stem, the ends decorated with garnets. In the center of the bracelet, a flower formed of 9 round garnets, and on the sides a barrette motif formed of 3 garnets. The stones are “Perpignan” cut, a rose cut with a flat base. They have a beautiful raspberry-pink-red color, typical of Perpignan garnets. The garnets are mounted on foil and in closed setting. The setting is delicately decorated with triangular V-shaped figures on the edges, and the bezel backgrounds are domed. The clasp is a box-latch secured by a chain. Antique rush bracelet, circa 1880, Southeastern France.

    Horsehead hallmarks (1838-1919, french state hallmark for 18 karat gold)

    Center width: 14 mm
    Inside length: 16.5 cm
    Inside dimensions: 5 x 5.5 cm

    Condition: slight wear scratches, small dents behind two bezels, a inner crack in one of the garnets.

    Weight : 9.96 gr

  • watch key pendant in gold

    Victorian watch key pendant in 18 karat gold. Antique watch key set with a large orange cornelian with beautiful meandering colors inside. The key can be worn as a pendant. The structure is gold, but the end of the key is metal. Watch key from the late 19th century.

    Owl hallmark (french state hallmark for 18 karat gold)

    Dimensions: 51 x 36 mm

    Condition : light scratches from use

    Weight : 11.82 gr

    *The antique box and the chain are not sold with the jewel*
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  • Victorian poissardes earrings in gold

    Antique French poissardes earrings in 18 karat rose gold. Antique “poissardes” earrings, popular in France in the 19th century. The center of the earring is undecorated, while the upper and lower parts alternate between textured and polished gold. Antique French earrings, middle of 19th century, France.

    Eagle head hallmark (French state hallmark for 18-karat gold) and partially legible goldsmith’s hallmark.

    Dimensions: 30 x 8 mm

    Condition: light scratches from use

    Weight: 2.22 gr

  • retro coral necklacecollier ancien rang de perles de corail

    Four rows coral beads necklace with a clasp in 18 karat gold. Antique necklace with four rows of coral beads from small to large pearls. The color of pearls is orange with shades of light to dark orange. The necklace closes with a large ratchet box clasp set with an elongated coral cabochon. Necklace circa 1940. Owl hallmark.

    Length: 43 cm

    Note: the necklace has been entirely threaded with new silk threads.

    Weight : 61.66 gr

    Gemological point: Coral is a gem of organic origin. Only the branched calcareous trunks of certain corals are used in jewellery. Its colour is due to organic pigments close to carotene: varying from blood red to white, passing by the pink “angel skin”. Currently, most coral species are protected under CITES, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora.

  • Bague interchangeable en or 14krubis diamants émeraude saphirs bague versatile

    Gold Interchangeable rings in 14 karat rose gold. This ring is composed of a ring set with two lines of nine single-cut diamonds, into the center of which another ring can be slipped. Four rings are available, all set with seven stones: emeralds, rubies, sapphires and brilliant-cut diamonds. Ring from the ’60s.

    Clover hallmark (french state hallmark for 18 karat gold)

    Finger size: 56 EU or 7.5 US (no sizing possible)

    Base ring estimated diamond weight: 0.18 carat

    Ring 1 estimated emerald weight: 0.14 carat
    Ring 2 estimated diamond weight: 0.21 carat
    Ring 3 estimated ruby weight: 0.14 carat
    Ring 4 estimated sapphire weight: 0.14 carat

    Weight of a single ring: 1.87 gr

    Condition: scratches, slight oxidation

    Total weight :11.67 gr

  • Antique signet ring with a bloodstoneBague jaspe sanguin chevalière homme

    Antique bloodstone signet ring in 9 karat gold. The ring is centered on a plate of blood jasper (heliotrope jasper) in a prong setting. The ring head is decorated with a frieze of chased crosses, the shoulders feature a diamond-shaped motif, and the band shows traces of former motifs that have now been erased. Signet ring, for men or women, 19th century foreign work.

    Trefoil hallmark and illegible hallmark.

    Finger size: 57 EU or 8 US (can be changed)

    Ring head dimensions: 14 x 14 mm

    Condition: decoration partially faded by time, wears

    Weight : 4.90 gr

    Gemological Point : Bloodstone, also known as “martyr’s stone” or “heliotrope jasper,” is a dark green jasper. Its distinctive feature is the presence of red spots of iron oxide (inclusions). It is called “bloodstone” or “martyr’s stone” because its red inclusions resemble drops of blood. This is why bloodstone has often been used to create religious jewelry, such as crosses, in reference to the suffering of Christ.

  • Pendentif ancien Saint esprit de NormandiePendentif Saint esprit en or de normandie

    Gold Normandy Saint Esprit pendant in 18 karat gold. Originally from Normandy, it features a dove with its head down, holding an olive branch in its beak. The bird hangs from a bow richly decorated with white paste stones, imitating diamonds. Red and green faceted glass adorns the olive branch at the bottom. A flat ring on the reverse of the pendant allows it to be worn on a velvet chain or ribbon. Norman regional catholic pendant, France, circa 1850.

    Horse hallmark (1838-1919), regional trumpet hallmark and partially erased goldsmith’s hallmark.

    Height: 6.5 cm
    Width: 3.7 cm

    Condition: minor wear

    Weight : 8.60 gr

    *The antique box and the chain are not sold with the jewel*
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  • bague ancienne pierre verte

    Square Retro ring in 18 karat rose gold. Ring with a green stone (imitation stone called garnet/glass doublet). The top is decorated with a rope motif typical of 1940s jewelry, which drew much of its inspiration from passementerie. The shoulders of the ring are adorned with knots and sliders. Ring for men or women, circa 1940.

    Owl hallmark (french state hallmark for 18 karat gold)

    Finger circumference: 51 EU or 5.5 US (can be resized)

    Ring head dimensions: 12 x 10 mm

    Condition: scratches from use

    Weight : 5.27 gr

  • Victorian black mourning cameoDormeuses camées verre noirs

    Victorian black glass cameo earrings in 18k gold and metal. Antique earrings each decorated with a cameo featuring a woman in profile, set on an oval-shaped black glass plate. The earring clasp is antique and partially in gold and metal. Mourning earring, mid-19th century, France.

    Eagle head hallmark (French state hallmark for 18 karat gold).

    Dimensions: 25 x 13 mm

    Condition: scratches from use, old thick material on back of earrings

    Weight : 4.11 gr

  • Bague Tank saphir synthétiqueSapphire tank ring in gold

    Sapphire tank ring in 18 karat (750) rose gold. The ring is setted with a large round synthetic sapphire of intense blue. The ring is formed by a voluminous scroll motif, the sapphire set by four large claws forming a square setting. Tank ring, Retro period circa 1945.

    Owl hallmark (french state hallmark for 18 karat gold)

    Finger size: 49 UE or 4.75 US (can be resized)

    Estimated synthetic sapphire weight: 1.15 ct

    Max. ring head width: 12 mm

    Condition: light scratches from use

    Weight : 10.74 gr

  • mourning ring in goldantique braided hair ring

    Georgian mourning hair ring in 14k pink gold. An antique locket ring keeping a braid of hair enclosed behind glass crystal. It is framed by a halo of 16 seed pearls and the settings is formed by two separated strands adorned with an openwork pattern. Jewel from the beginning of the 19th century, circa 1810-1830.

    Finger size: 53 EU or 6.5 US (adjustment possible)

    Ring Head Size: 11 x 11mm

    Condition: old trace of size adjustment, wears on the glass, indentations behind the head of the ring.

    Weight: 2.11 gr

    Hair jewellery was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries. Jewellery with compartments made it possible to keep a lock of hair of a lover or a missing person (later it will be the photograph). It can be a medallion or a ring for example.  There are also jewels made from hair, such as necklaces, chains, bracelets and rings. These hair jewels are worked like textiles: they are woven, embroidered, twisted. A whole craft industry developed around this new fashion, which lasted until the end of the 19th century.

    Read our article “how to recognize a real pearl?”

    *The antique box is not sold with the jewel*

  • Médaillon émail suisse en orEnamelled swiss locket pendant

    Enameled Swiss antique locket in 18k gold. Antique opening medallion with enamel decoration on a guilloché background depicting a lamb at the foot of the Cross, bearing the inscription “INRI”, meaning the Latin words Iesus Nazarenus Rex Iudaeorum, i.e. “Jesus the Nazarene King of the Jews”, whom Pilate had placed on the Cross. Jesus, also known as the “Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world”, is likened to a sacrificial lamb. The contours of the medallion are decorated with fine half-pearls and black enamel. The reverse of the pendant is decorated with chasing and black enamel forming hearts around a rhombus. The locket can be opened to conceal a photograph. It can be worn either way. Antique opening pendant, circa 1880, Switzerland.

    Height (including setting): 42 mm
    Width: 27 mm
    Depth: 9 mm

    Condition: tiny missing at bottom left, fine scratches

    Weight : 6.68 gr

    *The antique gold chain is not sold with the jewel*
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