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Welcome to our fine jewelry page. Below is a selection of pieces that we are currently offering for immediate sale. We are also displaying trial pieces, deviations of current stock, or one of a kind pieces. People often wait for us to open our booth at fairs to see what new items or one-of-a-kind pieces we have. We often make a piece to the cut of the gem, meaning there is either one or a very limited supply. If the stock number starts with a SP there is a very limited supply or a one-of-a-kind. If the stock number starts with a FJ it is a piece we normally carry in stock.
Pendants were worn much as they are today. Some signified a relation to something, others were worn merely for decoration. Below is a fine selection of what we offer. A definite need for that later period to show one's nobility and bearing.
SP 120110 - This Necklace is in the style reminiscent of a Holbein design. The main jewel (pendant) is made in 18kt Gold Vermeil and set with a beautiful 10x14mm green Tourmaline surrounded by natural pearls. It is mounted on a strand of 6mm Natural Pearls with a 14KT Gold clasp. The main jewel (pendant) is detachable allowing both pieces being worn separately. - $280.00
SP 112910 - This Necklace is of Celtic design in Sterling Silver and mounted with a beautiful 10x14 Swiss Blue Topaz. Cost - $95.00
FJ1 - Tudor Rose adorned with a Garnet. Chain included. Cost - $45 *
FJ2 - White Rose of York adorned with a Garnet. Chain included. Cost - $45 *
FJ3 - IHS. A piece made popular during Henry VIII's reign. Pictured to the right is Holbein's "Jane Seymour" wearing one as a Lady's Gem. Cost - $75.00
FJ4 - The Golden Swan. Cost - $45
FJ5 - The Pelican in her Piety. Cost - $50
This piece is made in 18KT Gold Vermeil and mounted on a matching chain. Very popular during both Tudor and Elizabethan eras.
This piece is made in 18KT Gold Vermeil and is set with a 3 carat natural garnet. It is mounted on a matching chain.
Very popular during both Tudor and Elizabethan eras. Very similar as portrayed in Hilliard's painting "The Pelican Portrait"
FJ14 - Flemish pendant. Cost - $60
We do offer a line of Lady's Jewels. Pictured below is an example of how they were worn. They were worn to show a lady's wealth as well as station, and to bring attention to the lady's....well, let's say endowments.
We get many calls for Lady's Collars and let's face it, there are not many places you can find them anymore. For our later period clients, these pieces satisfy a definite need to display one's nobility and bearing. By more modern terms they would be classified as necklaces. They are adjustable up to 4 inches to allow for a variance in necklines. They can be made in 18K Vermeil or Sterling Silver. Below is a selection of pieces we have made in the past to give you an idea of what is possible. All customers are welcome to contact us either by e-mail or by phone. We will discuss designs, measurements, and the price.