Whitby Jet ELIZABETH Carved Brooch : 6 results priced between £10.00 and £1,500.00
Whitby Jet ELIZABETH Carved Brooch
6Whitby Jet ELIZABETH Carved Brooch£10.00£1,500.00/l/Whitby-Jet-ELIZABETH-Carved-Brooch
A good example of Victorian WhitbyJet carving has gone into this name brooch. The name being ELIZABETH which for a change is a more usual name to find someone of this name instead of the more obscure names carved into jewellery in this period.The lettering in the name has been carved with a matt black finish to show up the background which has a shinier black detail. The brooch also has been finished with scroll ends which makes this brooch a little more special. These brooches are collectable as...
Product Description This Beautiful Brooch is made entirely of Mid-Victorian Hand-CarvedWhitbyJet. The Brooch is deeply carved with leaves and flower blooms – in great detail. This is framed in an Octagonal Hand-carved millepoint frame. It is in excellent condition, with original ‘c’ clasp at the back, and measures 2 ¼ inches by 1 ¾ inches. In excellent condition.Old Code 4451.
item mln2 price £173 circa 1890/1900 After the death of Prince Albert in 1861, Victoria went into mourning for the rest of her life time. Jet, which is a fossilised pine, became one of the popular materials for making mourning jewellery. Some pieces were combined with angel coral such as this brooch. The coral has been carved with an image of a classical man wearing a garland of leaves. The back of the brooch has a metal back plate, probably brass, with a C type clasp. Measures approx. 3.5x3cm. As...
This is a sweet, tiny 19th Century WhitbyJet bar brooch with deeply carved decoration. Measuring just 3cms by 1cm this pin is in great condition for a piece of Victorian mourning jewellery. The Jet is bright and shiny and the brass pin to the reverse shuts securely with a 'c' type fastener. A good item to start a collection of jet jewellery as it is affordable and wearable! JEWELLERY DETAILS Designer or Brand: No, this is a 'one off' Country of Origin: UK Condition: Very Good Decade: 1890s Era:...
A large round brooch of WhitbyJet inlaid with an ammonite. The size of these inlaid brooches is dictated by the size of the ammonite (large ammonites with clear and beautiful chambers are not always found when I need them). The edge is carved with a rope pattern. Size comes at approximately 40mm diameter and 10mm deep.