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This original circa 1880's Victorian cross features a spray of lilies in enamel and natural seed pearls. Made in 14k "bloomed" gold, the cross measures 3 1/4" from base to the top of the bail. Attached chain appears to be original and is also 14k gold. In Victorian time, flower were used to represent a language. The Lilies of the Valley represented sweetness, humility, returning happiness and trustworthy. The white Calla Lily represents purity. This necklace comes in an original fitted Duhme and Company box. Learn More
Exquisite Edwardian buckle. The piece is Platinum with three European cut diamonds which are 1.45 carats total weight and smaller melle diamonds with a total weight of 2.19 carats. The piece features a garland design and stylized bow with delicate filigree work which was a defining characteristic of the 1910s. This piece is currently a work in progress. We feel that it would make a great "dog collar" style necklace or a bracelet center. Learn More