Here is a re-posting of an indepth analysis of a spectacular and unique ring circa 1780 which Hayden Peters wrote for his fabulous site Art of Mourning. This ring, dedicated to Ann Staneway, is from my personal collection of mourning jewellery. Enjoy!
Here is a re-posting of a short piece I wrote for the fabulous site Art of Mourning. This brooch is truly a work of art in gold, black enamel and hairwork; it is dedicated to two women from the same family. It is another piece from my personal MOLAM collection of mourning jewellery. Enjoy!
Antique jewellery is that type of jewellery which has already reached a period of hundreds of years or may be some more and that now makes it an eyewitness of the human history. The antique diamond rings that are real in nature connect to jewellery of the primeval times which have been acknowledged from generation after generations just as the symbol of adore and splendour. A brightened and white cut European diamond weigh nearly about point four carats, has the glitter between sparkle of royal blue calibre. They are smoothly cut sapphires and are carefully placed in the jewel of platinum. Jewellery that is antique as the name suggests is really not traditional but take the reference to the fashionable jewellery designs and fancy designs of today. The jewellery does not come to the market much sweeter than they are relatively small, but undeniably splendid, but original engagement ring since…
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