Tooth Fairy Jewelry - This ring dates to the mid 19th century, and is an example of another Queen Victoria-driven jewelry trend: that central stone is actual a child’s tooth! Victoria had multiple pieces of jewelry designed to incorporate the teeth of her own children, and the style became popular among her followers. Often the tooth was surrounded with coral, which was believed to provide protection from the evil eye.
LOVERS EYE “Lover’s eye”, eye miniature on ivory, c. 1830’s. Hand-painted miniature of a left hazel eye on ivory in heart-shaped pendant. Eye miniatures or Lovers’ eyes were Georgian miniatures, normally watercolour on ivory, depicting the eye or eyes of a spouse, loved one or child.