Renaissance Revival Fire Opal, Enamel, and Diamond Brooch
Giuliano Enamel Gem-Set Brooch
For Sale on - An enamel and gem-set brooch by Giuliano, the stylized feather-shaped brooch of pierced scroll-work decorated with black and white enamel, claw set with
Who stashed the Cheapside Hoard? Exhibition sheds new light on 'most important' collection of Elizabethan jewellery ever discovered
A Cabochon emerald ring from the Cheapside Hoard: London'’s Lost Jewels exhibition at Museum of London. Picture: Museum of London
The brooch originally belonged to Victoria, Duchess of Kent, who on her death in 1861 left her jewellery to her daughter, Queen Victoria. The Queen subsequently gave the brooch to her third daughter Helena in The design now seems extraordinarily modern
Giuliano Italian Renaissance Revival Pendant with Diamonds, Emerald & Rubies
Giuliano Italian Renaissance Revival Pendant with Diamonds, Emerald & Rubies. 18 karat gold and enamel pendant with emerald, rubies and diamonds by Carlo Giuliano. The pendant has a Square-cut emerald, 5 round-cut rubies and 12 old mine-cut diamonds. Geoffrey Munn notes, “It is Renaissance jewellery of this type that appears to have inspired Guiliano to make a series of jewels incorporating human figures.” Original fitted box. Circa 1865-1875.
Tourmaline, diamond, seed pearl and enamel brooch, Carlo Guiliano, c.
An early century alexandrite, enamel and diamond brooch, circa
Selection of Cheapside Hoard rings. 2 flower shaped rings, one set with cabochon emeralds; another enameled and set with garnets. Two gold rings set with sapphire. One gold ring set with a table cut diamond and enameled.