Jewellery: reference and price guide
This classic work of reference provides a comprehensive survey of the style and quality of jewellery over the centuries. In addition to an essential price guide, the book includes extensive information on origins, technical details, mounting and setting and the sentiment attached to small pieces of great value.
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Jewellery fashions from the earliest to modern times
A TREASURE TROVE OF JEWELLERY FROM NECKLACES TO AMULETS
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18th century agate amethyst Antiquarius aquamarine Art deco art nouveau bakelite bangle Baroque pearl beads black enamel blue enamel brooch set buckle cabochon carved centre century Spanish Christie's Plate chrysoberyl citrine colour coral cornelian cultured pearls decoration diamond cluster ring diamond set diamond three stone drop earrings Early 19th century Early Victorian Edwardian enamel engraved flat-cut floral foiled garnet gemstones Georgian glass gold and enamel gold mount half-hoop ring hardstone intaglio ivory jade jadeite jewellery lapis lazuli Late 18th century Late Georgian Late Victorian link chain locket marcasite metal Michael Poynder Mid-Victorian moonstones necklace opal open-work oval Pair pave set pendant set pieces pink platinum Purple quartz ring set rose diamond ruby and diamond scrolled set in gold set in silver silver and gold silver-gilt Thesaurus three stone ring Tony & Sara topaz tourmaline turquoise Varying in price Victorian Victorian diamond white enamel white gold yellow gold