Mecseki Eszter

Mecseki Eszter

Mecseki Eszter
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Georgian Eye Jewelry Eye miniatures or Lovers’ eyes were Georgian miniatures, normally watercolour on ivory, depicting the eye or eyes of a spouse, loved one or child. These were usually commissioned for sentimental reasons and were often worn as bracelets, brooches, pendants or rings with richly decorated frames, serving the same emotional need as lockets hiding portraits or locks of hair. This fad started in the late 1700s .

Georgian Eye Jewelry Eye miniatures or Lovers’ eyes were Georgian miniatures, normally watercolour on ivory, depicting the eye or eyes of a spouse, loved one or child. These were usually commissioned for sentimental reasons and were often worn as bracelets, brooches, pendants or rings with richly decorated frames, serving the same emotional need as lockets hiding portraits or locks of hair. This fad started in the late 1700s .

"Memento Mori "Jewellery Late Stuart memorial slides--- Skull and crossbones, dated on reverse, 1679, Skelton with hour-glass, skull and spade, Wirework monogram with cherubs holding a skull, 1690, Naked lady reading at a table with a skull and hourglass, 1705, Four enamelled gold mourning rings, English, 1658-1732 : Most surviving examples are dated after the Great Plague of 1666; the hoops depict skeletons and "memento mori" symbols.

"Memento Mori "Jewellery Late Stuart memorial slides--- Skull and crossbones, dated on reverse, 1679, Skelton with hour-glass, skull and spade, Wirework monogram with cherubs holding a skull, 1690, Naked lady reading at a table with a skull and hourglass, 1705, Four enamelled gold mourning rings, English, 1658-1732 : Most surviving examples are dated after the Great Plague of 1666; the hoops depict skeletons and "memento mori" symbols.

Oval gold lover's eye ring with white, blue and pink enamel, 1795. From the Skier collection. http://www.salon.com/2012/01/21/the_secret_history_of_lovers_eyes/slide_show/2

Oval gold lover's eye ring with white, blue and pink enamel, 1795. From the Skier collection. http://www.salon.com/2012/01/21/the_secret_history_of_lovers_eyes/slide_show/2

Jewelry | Jewellery | ジュエリー | Bijoux | Gioielli | Joyas | Art | Arte | Création Artistique | Artisan | Precious Metals | Jewels | Settings | Textures | Mourning-ring; enameled gold, the hoop enameled white, in the form of two skeletons supporting a coffin-shaped bezel with movable lid.

Jewelry | Jewellery | ジュエリー | Bijoux | Gioielli | Joyas | Art | Arte | Création Artistique | Artisan | Precious Metals | Jewels | Settings | Textures | Mourning-ring; enameled gold, the hoop enameled white, in the form of two skeletons supporting a coffin-shaped bezel with movable lid.

Antique Victorian Gold Enamel Hidden Hair Locket Mourning Ring

Antique Victorian Gold Enamel Hidden Hair Locket Mourning Ring

Antique Victorian Gold Enamel Hidden Hair Locket Mourning Ring 'B' c1870

Antique Victorian Gold Enamel Hidden Hair Locket Mourning Ring 'B' c1870

Incredible Victorian Mourning Pin

Incredible Victorian Mourning Pin

Victorian stylings in hair mourning jewelry, particularly braided styles; were popular during Queen Victoria's reign. Braiding the hair kept it in tact, and was a beautiful way to display the hair in rings, brooches, pendants, and fobs.

Victorian stylings in hair mourning jewelry, particularly braided styles; were popular during Queen Victoria's reign. Braiding the hair kept it in tact, and was a beautiful way to display the hair in rings, brooches, pendants, and fobs.

Memento mori gold ring with enamels rock crystal and hair from 17th-century England.

Memento mori gold ring with enamels rock crystal and hair from 17th-century England.

Amazing - "A rare early 18th century Memento Mori band gold known as a skeletal, as the whole length of the skeleton is employed on the outside of the hoop, with other emblems. The earliest known example is dated 1659. This ring is enamelled in black with a full skeleton, twin hearts for love and an hourglass, symbolic of the passage of time and the brevity of life."

Amazing - "A rare early 18th century Memento Mori band gold known as a skeletal, as the whole length of the skeleton is employed on the outside of the hoop, with other emblems. The earliest known example is dated 1659. This ring is enamelled in black with a full skeleton, twin hearts for love and an hourglass, symbolic of the passage of time and the brevity of life."