Art Deco lucky pig pendant in 18 karat (750) rose gold. Circular Art Deco lucky charm pendant, with a pig in profile, enamelled white with pink shades. Rare Art Deco lucky charm pendant, between 1924 and 1934, France.
Marked with an eagle’s head and Victor Legard and Henri Dufau (active between 1924 and 1934). During the late 19th and early 20th centuries the pig was a popular lucky charm in France, England and Ireland, as well as Germany and Austria, where it was – and still is – known as Glücksschwein (‘good luck pig’)
Holy Spirit pendant in 18 karat rose gold (750 thousandths). This pendant takes the shape of the dove of the Holy Spirit, beak down. The dove is cut from a thin sheet of gold and was once enameled in the hollow parts. A rose-red garnet sits in the center. Hanging from the pendant are three teardrop-shaped pendants set with pear-cut garnets. Early 19th century regional jewelry, Puy en Velay, Auvergne, France.
Art Deco dog pendant made of 18 karat rose gold (750) and platinum. This tiny pendant is triangular in shape, featuring a seated dog intricately crafted in openwork at the center. This piece of jewelry can also be worn on a charm bracelet. Art Deco pendant, circa 1930, from France.
French hallmark eagle’s head and an illegible goldsmith’s hallmark.
Art Nouveau December medal in 18 karat (750) pink and green gold. Rare December pendant decorated with mistletoe leaves and set in the centre with a very dark red cabochon imitation stone. The month “December” is inscribed in openwork gold at the top of the pendant. Antique pendant from the early 20th century, Art Nouveau period.
Eagle head hallmark, illegible goldsmith’s hallmark, “registered” mark.
Art Deco enamel pendant watch in 18 karat yellow gold (750) and platinum. A rare rectangular-shaped pendant watch, enameled on one side in green color and adorned with a blossoming branch motif influenced by Japanese Arts. The four flowers are represented by 23 rose-cut diamonds. The four corners of the jewel are set with four rose-cut diamonds. The bale is richly decorated with 6 rose-cut diamonds set in platinum. The back of the jewel reveals an Arabic numeral dial arranged in reverse, ensuring that the time is visible when the piece is worn as a pendant. Art Deco pendant watch, circa 1930.
Dimensions: 35 x 17 x 7 mm
Estimated diamond weight: 0.18 carat
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Condition: tiny chip in the glass protecting the dial
Victorian paste stone enamel pendant. This pendant is composed in the upper part of a white enamelled flower with black dots surrounded by four faceted pink paste stones imitating topaz. This motif is linked to a central element by three chains set with past stones and fine half pearls. The central element, the most important, is composed of an oval faceted pink paste stones, framed by four enamelled flowers and four foiled paste stones. It supports two drop-shaped pendants. French jewel of the Second Empire, circa 1860, Victorian period.
Length with the clasp: 6.5 cm Width: 2,2 cm
Note: the ring of end and the chain are not of origin.
Weight : 7,1 gr
**The pendant comes with a silver chain. Weight 2,4 gr. Length 44 cm**.
Cloisonné enamel locket pendant in 18 karat (750) rose gold. This pendant is entirely enameled, with flowers and a green, red and black butterfly on a sky-blue background. The clasp is also enameled and decorated. The locket opens to conceal a photograph or other sentimental object. Opening pendant from the late 19th century.
Dimensions: 36 mm x 26 mm
Condition: lack of enamel and wear scratches. The opening is old and works, but it remains fragile and should not be forced.
Weight : 6.95 gr
More info: This enameling technique is called cloisonné enamel. The method consists in reproducing a design in the jewel, delimited by thin metal strips forming partitions. The metal-bottomed hollows are filled with enamel. The technique is quite ancient, dating back to the 2nd century BC. Lucien Falize (1839-1897) was a jeweler who created magnificent antique jewelry in cloisonné enamel, inspired by the arts of Japan.
Antique necklace cameo pendant in 18 karat yellow and rose gold (750). Necklace featuring a photo medallion centered with an agate cameo of a woman profile with an antique hairstyle. The cameo is surrounded by a finely braided circular gold element, similar to the thick chain. The medallion is in rose gold and opens onto a compartment that can hold a photograph or a lock of hair, protected by glass. The necklace chain resembles a tube of gold braiding, giving it a slight elasticity (like a spring). It closes with a ratchet box concealed in the body of the necklace. The medallion pendant was made by Lucien or Laurent Nicot (active in Paris from 1854 to 1903).
Eagle head hallmark, rhinoceros hallmark and goldsmith’s hallmarks.
Chain length: 19.5 cm
Medallion dimensions (with setting): 45 mm x 25 mm
Condition: slight indentation in the link towards the clasp, wear scratches
Antique enamel pearl pendant in 14 karat (585 thousandths) yellow gold. Antique pendant decorated with a trellis motif interspersed with 9 half-pearls. The whole is surmounted by a decoration of leaves adorned with 8 half-pearls. The back of the medallion has a compartment under the glass that does not open. Antique pendant, probably English, Napoleon III (Victorian) period.
Georgian Saint Esprit pendant from the Puy en Velay in 18 karat (750) rose gold. This regional pendant consists of an oval gold leaf embossed with a small cross, a flower and laurel leaves on a blue enamelled background. This element holds – with four figaro chains a Saint Esprit pendant representing a stylised bird carrying three gourds (or tears). The Saint Esprit pendant is no longer enamelled; it must have been decorated with blue enamel. It is set in the centre with a yellow stone, probably a yellow topaz or glass on a paillon, which is now very scratched. This early regional Saint Esprit pendant dates from the early 19th century, circa 1810, Auvergne, France.
Marked with a fleur-de-lys (1819-1838), a bulldog’s head and the PERET hallmark.
Dimensions: 11 cm x 4.6 cm
Condition: lack of enamel in the lower part, gem very dull due to its age, scratches and dents.
Antique lucky dice pendant in 18 karat yellow gold. Antique lucky charm pendant with white enamelled playing dice, showing the lucky number 7. The two playing dice are framed by a black enamelled line. Antique lucky charm pendant, circa 1900, France.
Eagle head hallmark
Dimensions of the medal (including the clasp) : 17 mm x 17 mm
Antique Victorian bloodstone locket in 18 karat (750) gold. Locket pendant set with bloodstone cabochons on each side. The blood jasper, also known as “martyr’s stone”, is set off by a frieze of twisted gold. The oval-shaped medallion opens to conceal a photograph protected by a movable glass element. Late 19th century pendant, Victorian period, France.