Treasures of the Royal Courts: Tudors, Stuarts and the Russian Tsars - The Barbor Jewel,,England, c.1615-1625,,

The Barbor Jewel (reverse) Artist: Maker Unknown Date: Courtesy Victoria and Albert Museum, London

The Wild jewel - England, circa 1590s. Pendant jewel in gold and enamel set with diamonds and rubies, enclosing a turquoise cameo of Elizabeth I and hung with pearls.

The Wild jewel (Pendant)

"The Wild Jewel" Featuring a Turquoise Cameo Of Elizabeth I set in gold w/diamonds, rubies, pearls - England - Victoria & Albert Museum

Elizabeth I of England, (1533-1603)  Date: ca. 1570–1600 Culture: Italian, probably Medium: Onyx and gold Dimensions: Overall: 5/8 x 1/2in. (1.6 x 1.3cm); visible cameo: 16 x 13 mm Classification: Lapidary Work-Gems Credit Line: The Milton Weil Collection, 1938 Accession Number: 38.150.32  This artwork is not on display

Elizabeth I of England, Date: ca. Culture: Italian, probably Medium: Onyx and gold Dimensions: Overall: x x visible cameo: 16 x 13 mm Classification: Lapidary Work-Gems Credit Line: The Milton Weil Collection, 1938

Pendant - The Barbor Jewel - England circa 1615 - 1625 <3

The Barbor Jewel, England - cameo about mount about Gold with onyx cameo, enamel, rubies, diamonds and pearls.

A mid 17th century reverse carved and enamelled intaglio jewel The rose-cut rock crystal with a reverse carved polychrome enamel scene, depicting an enthroned royal couple indicating crowns and sceptre with legend 'My Choice' beneath, against a woven hair or brown silk ground, to a collet setting, width 18mm, damages.

A mid century reverse carved and enamelled intaglio jewel

1680-1700 Spanish pendant in the collection of the V & A

Pendant with crown design at top, square emeralds set in gold openwork, with large emerald drop, Spain, about

GOLD AND ENAMEL ROYAL PRESENTATION BANGLE, CIRCA 1879 Estimate: 5,000 - 7,000 GBP  LOT SOLD. 6,500 GBP   The oval clasp set to the centre with the profile of Queen Victoria within a border of briar thorns, a Tudor rose, thistle, shamrock, crown and the initials VR in polychrome enamels, the reverse inscribed To Lady Southampton from her affectionate VIR, February 1879, accompanied by a hinged bangle applied with twisted briar thorns, inner circumference approximately 160mm.

Gold and enamel Royal presentation bangle, circa 1879 Lady Southampton (Ismania Catherine née Nugent, 1838 - was the second wife of the Baron of Southampton, Charles Fitzroy.

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