Miriam Haskell Reves line

The Miriam Haskell jewelry brand is renowned for its intricate signature filigree flowers, usually in gold, crafted into bold pieces of jewelry that remain

Winter leaf earrings garnet patina green by Gypsymoondesigns, $25.00

Winter leaf earrings garnet patina green by Gypsymoondesigns, $25.00

Fabulous quality aluminium and gilt bracelet circa 1840, signed DV for Deville. Domes of extremely bright aluminium are overlaid with floral motifs and as with the finest quality aluminium jewellery, this bracelet is mother-of-pearl backed.

Fabulous quality aluminium and gilt bracelet circa signed DV for Deville. Domes of extremely bright aluminium are overlaid with floral motifs and as with the finest quality aluminium jewellery, this bracelet is mother-of-pearl backed.

Byzantine Vine Leaf Cuff Bracelet. (Met Store) It is based on an original gold bracelet that dates from the late sixth to early seventh century and was found in Karavas, Cyprus.

Byzantine Vine Leaf Cuff

Not quite classical revival.but pretty awesome, ne?The Met Store - Byzantine Vine Leaf Cuff Bracelet

Raw. Wild. Ann Hepler's designs are free-form and fun, always contemporary. Stones and beads wrapped in precious gold or other fine wires.

Ann Hepler's designs are free-form and fun, always contemporary. Stones and beads wrapped in precious gold or other fine wires.

Miriam Haskell Floral Statement Necklace

Miriam Haskell Floral Statement Necklace

Early Miriam Haskell Frank Hess Clips Pair - Blue Glass & Rhinestones

Early Miriam Haskell Frank Hess Clips Pair - Blue Glass & Rhinestones

Teresa F Faris Jewelry

Secret Life of Jewelry - A Universe of Handcrafted Art to Wear: The Bird is The Word - Teresa Faris Jewelry Crafted with wood partially chewed by her parrot

Africa | Berber Fibula ~ Tizerzai ~ from Tiznit, Morocco | Silver, enamel and glass paste | Early 20th century | 1,600$

Africa, Old Pair Fibula - TIZERZAI - Berber - TIZNIT, Morocco

Africa | Berber Fibula ~ Tizerzai ~ from Tiznit, Morocco | Silver, enamel and glass paste | Early 20th century | 1,600$

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