Lover’s Eyes: How Eye Miniatures Became the Mood Rings of the Late 1700s

Lover’s Eyes: How Eye Miniatures Became the Mood Rings of the Late 1700s

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An early 19th century gold brooch   The three colour gold frame with flowerhead and leaf detail to a central glazed compartment containing a partial painted miniature, circa 1830

An early century gold brooch The three colour gold frame with flowerhead and leaf detail to a central glazed compartment containing a partial painted miniature, circa 1830

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

dark-archive: Unknown artist and jeweler, a gold oval ring with a white, blue, and pink enamel eye portrait with angel. Victoria and Albert Museum - GEORGIAN EYE JEWELRY,

Lover’s Eyes: How Eye Miniatures Became the Mood Rings of the Late 1700s | Vanity Fair    Yellow-gold brooch with border of 32 natural oriental half-pearls in a floral motif with eight small turquoise stones; brown right eye. Oval locket back with woven brown hair under glass. Circa 1820.

Yellow-gold brooch with border of 32 natural oriental half-pearls in a floral motif with eight small turquoise stones; brown right eye. Oval locket back with woven brown hair under glass.

incredible pieces of jewelry. I love the intrigue and meaning behind them as well

incredible pieces of jewelry. I love the intrigue and meaning behind them as…

Gold navette-shaped brooch surrounded by split pearls

Photos: Lover’s Eyes: How Eye Miniatures Became the Mood Rings of the Late 1700s

Photos: Lover’s Eyes: How Eye Miniatures Became the Mood Rings of the Late

FINE-RARE-GEORGIAN-ROSE-GOLD-NAVETTE-LOVERS-EYE-MINIATURE-RING

Fine rare georgian rose gold navette lovers eye miniature ring

Miniature of an Eye, Emily Drayton Taylor ~ ca. 1930 ~ 3/4" diameter  Artist:  After Edward Greene Malbone              (1777-1807)  Watercolor on ivory in gold locket with beaded bezel.

Lover's Eye Emily Drayton Taylor Artist: After Edward Greene Malbone Date: ca. 1930 Medium: Watercolor on ivory Dimensions: Diam. cm) Classification: Paintings Credit Line: Gift of Estate of Drayton Cochran, 1993 Accession Number:

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LOVERS EYE JEWELRY==Because so many of them originated in Europe during the they are not as abundantly found here in the US.

Paris Atelier: "Eye" Love You!  Photo ~The Philadelphia Museum of Art~

georgian eye pin~ Lover's eyes were miniatures, normally watercolour on ivory, depicting the eye or eyes of a spouse, loved one or child.

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“Eye miniatures came into fashion at the end of the century. In France, where eye miniature seems to have originated, the eye as symbol of.

FINE RARE GEORGIAN DOUBLE LOVERS EYE MINIATURE ONE WITH TEAR BOTH LADIES NAMED. The front has a dark blue enamelled border with the name Ann Colgrave to the right hand side surrounded with a line of seed pearls and a border of flat square cut garnets. The reverse is engraved and has the name Emma Maria Cooke in script to the edge. Sold for £1.600,00 Ca. EUR 1.946,99

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FINE RARE GEORGIAN DOUBLE LOVERS EYE MINIATURE ONE WITH TEAR BOTH LADIES NAMED. The front has a dark blue enamelled border with the name Ann Colgrave to the right hand side surrounded with a line of seed pearls and a border of flat square cut garnets. The reverse is engraved and has the name Emma Maria Cooke in script to the edge. Sold for £1.600,00 Ca. EUR 1.946,99

Eye Miniature Portrait, Gerald Sinclair Hayward (1845-1926), a Canadian miniature painter who was working in New York when this was painted in 1905

27 Eye Miniature Portrait Gerald Sinclair Hayward a Canadian miniature painter who was working in New York when this was painted Dated 1905

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