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This large chatelaine was purchased by Queen Victoria in January 1850. Crowned royal chatelaine...a woman who obviously needed many "tools" to run her empire!

This large chatelaine was purchased by Queen Victoria in January Crowned royal chatelaine.

Chatelaine        Place of origin:        France (made)      Date:        early 19th century (made)      Artist/Maker:        Unknown (production)      Materials and Techniques:        Cut steel      Credit Line:        Pfungst Reavil Bequest

Chatelaine

Chatelaine: Place of origin: France (made) Date: early century (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Cut steel Credit Line: Pfungst Reavil Bequest

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c1700’s Georgian Era Steel Sewing Chatelaine w/ 5 Implements

Georgian Era Steel Sewing Chatelaine w/ 5 Implements in Jewelry & Watches, Vintage & Antique Jewelry, Fine, Georgian,

Victorian Chatelaine | Victorian 1800s cut steel sewing chatelaine - Morning Glory Jewelry

VICTORIAN 1800s cut steel sewing chatelaine : $1,698.00

Antique Ornate Butterfly Filigree Scissor Chatelaine Purse Holder

Antique Ornate Butterfly Filigree Scissor Chatelaine Purse Holder -so lovely.

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An. Landwing Augsburg Silver Repousse Verge With Chatelaine, circa 1780.

Landwing Augsburg Silver Repousse Verge With Chatelaine, circa Photo of the reverse side of the chatelaine -- you can see the clip / hook on the back for attaching it to the skirt waist-band

Chatelaine, Britain, ca. 1850.    Chatelaines were decorative but useful waist hung fashion accessories. The system of clips and chains, attached to the belt, kept small but necessary items such as sissors, keys and money easily accessible for housewives and housekeepers. Before the 1850s pockets were uncommon in women’s garments and chatelaines were a versatile and ornamental alternative.

Chatelaine by Banks Durham, Joseph, ca. 1850 (made). Cut steel chatelaine, England, about Museum Number to

Gilt Chatelaine - Extremely rare, this stunning chatelaine is circa 1860.  This musuem quality piece is encrusted with seven large carbochons.  It is truly beautiful.   The gilt tools inside the attached etui include:   scissors, bodkin, knife, stiletto, pencil case, combination tweezers/earspoon and an ivory aid memoire.   All of the tools are original to the etui and there are no pieces missing.

Gilt Chatelaine - Extremely rare, this stunning chatelaine is circa This…

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