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Long Victorian earrings in rose gold 18-karat (750) and silver. Pair of antique earrings with four parts, each set with a rhinestone imitating a diamond. The original stones have certainly been changed during the life of these earrings. Antique jewel, circa 1880, French Victorian period.
Antique ram cameo ring in 14-karat rose gold (585) centered around an agate cameo depicting two rams side by side. One has its head turned towards the inside of the ring. Roman cameo from the 1st or 2nd century AD, 19th-century setting. Adjustable ring size: 6.75 US
Cameo dimensions: 12.5 mm x 13.4 mm
Condition: loss on the edge of the cameo, setting with depressions.
Charm Pendant L’ca de Padrinhos in 19.2 karat yellow gold (800). Portuguese pendant with the inscription in black enamel “L’ca de Padrinhos,” meaning “from the godparents,” framed by two red enameled flowers with green enameled leaves. Pendant from around 1920, Portugal.
800 hallmark (Portuguese hallmarks)
Dimensions (including the bail): 15 mm x 10 mm
Condition: scratches from use
Weight: 0.50 gr
Learn more: These traditional charm pendants from Portugal are also called “dizer.” These pendants refer to the title of the person giving the jewelry, like saying “from” or “with love.”
Gimmel ring in 18k rose gold (750). It opens and closes by interlocking the rings. The rings are delicately engraved on the edge. Inside, the rings bear the names of the married couple: A. de Petiville and LE. de Treprel for Augustine Tardif de Petitville (1824-1861) and Louis Hélie de Treprel (1825-1881). The marriage took place in September 1844, although the exact date is not indicated (we found the marriage certificate). Paired or twin rings have the peculiarity of opening into two distinct rings that remain linked, symbolizing two souls brought together, separate yet inseparable. They were traditionally given on the occasion of a wedding. Ring dating from 1844, France.
Long French necklace barrel clasp in 18k rose gold (750). This antique necklace consists of a long flat-link chain that twists; it can be worn as a single strand, doubled, or tripled. The clasp is a box clasp, known as a barrel clasp. It has six facets decorated with enamel and inscriptions: one facet bears the word “Friendship,” another “Fidelity,” and a last one “Souvenir”; the remaining facets are adorned with enameled flowers.
Hallmark: Eagle head (French state hallmark for 18-karat gold). Late 19th century.
Length: 106.3 cm
Clasp Dimensions: 6.67 mm x 23 mm
Condition: enamel loss, scratches from use, minor dent
Arthus Bertrand Lamb Medal in 18-karat yellow gold (750 thousandths). On the obverse side of the medal is depicted the Lamb of Cluny, a symbol of Christ, carrying a cross adorned with a chi-rho. Around the edges of the medal is the inscription “IN CELO MAGNUS, HIC PARVUS SCULPOR AGNUS,” meaning “In heaven, I am great, but here I am carved like a little lamb.” The bail is oval in shape.
Eagle head hallmark and Arthus Bertrand silversmith hallmark (Paris)
Edwardian coral ring in 18-karat rose gold (750). The ring is adorned with a large round cabochon of dark orange coral. The coral displays visible “flame” growth lines, apparent to the naked eye and typical of this gem. The ring’s band is simple, with only a few chiselings under the cabochon, revealing a floral motif. Antique ring, early 20th century.
Eagle head hallmark (french state hallmark for 18 karat gold)
Finger size: 46 EU or 3.5 US (resizing possible)
Dimensions of the coral cabochon: 12 x 7 mm
Weight: 3.04 g
Gemology note: Coral is an organic gem. Only the branched limestone trunks of certain corals are used in jewelry. Its color is due to organic pigments close to carotene: ranging from blood red to white, passing through “angel skin” pink. Currently, most coral species are protected by CITES, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora.
Art Deco Edwardian pendant 13 in 18-karat rose gold (750) and platinum. Lucky charm pendant featuring the number 13 at its center, set with 3 synthetic rubies and 4 rose-cut diamonds. These small lucky charm medallions were fashionable in the early 20th century, during the Art Deco period, around 1920-1930.
Traces of an eagle head hallmark
Dimensions (including the bail): 21 x 10 mm
Note : watch the video to get an idea of the size.
Condition: scratches from use
Art Deco diamonds earrings in platinum. Long earrings, each adorned with a brilliant-cut diamond as a pendant, suspended under a diamond-set lozenge-shaped element. The upper part of the earring is set with a brilliant-cut diamond.
Art Deco earrings, circa 1925, Portugal.
Length: 25 mm
Estimated weight of the main diamond: 0.20 carat
Total estimated weight of diamonds (per earring): 0.30 carat
French Georgian coral bracelet, clasp in 18 karat yellow gold (750). Bracelet from the French Louis Philippe period (Late Georgian, around 1830-1840), composed of three rows of faceted coral beads. the clasp of the jewel is a flat ratchet box, richly decorated with scrolls and possessing a safety chain. Antique French bracelet, probably originating from Provence, Louis-Philippe era, early 19th century.
Eagle head hallmark (French state hallmark for 18 karat gold).
Dimensions of a bead: between 3 and 4 mm
Bracelet length: 18 cm
Bracelet width: 10 mm
Note: the safety chain is also in 18 karat gold
Condition: scratches and small dents on the clasp