Three pairs of 18th c. shoe buckles the first of greenish foil-set cut pastes set in pinchbeck, with blued steel chapes, with a rosette at each side; another simple square shaped cut paste buckles; and a third pair of oval cut paste buckles (3).
Georgian cannetille set with amethysts. Bracelet, earrings and pendant. This was most likely part of a larger set called a parure that would have also consisted of a necklace and another bracelet. (Bracelets were worn in pairs). Circa 1830 via Jewelry Nerd
Bracelets | English (likely) | c.1830 (possibly earlier) | The Three Graces (georgianjewelry.com) ----- The matched pair is made of four parts each, a rectangular top, two sides & a hinge with back flap. A long pin secures each bracelet. Each miniature portrait is under glass. Zeus & Hera reigned supreme among the Greek gods & goddesses in classical mythology. Rendered en grisaille, gray & black upon ivory on an inky black background, the miniature portrait pair faces each other for all…
A BELLE EPOQUE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND NECKLACE, BY CARTIER, 1910S. The cushion-shaped sapphire set in a pavé-set diamond surround, with a rectangular-cut diamond surmount, to the calibré-cut sapphire and single-cut diamond line chain, four additional chain links, with French assay marks for gold, signed Cartier, with maker's mark for Atelier Henri Picq, numbered.