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Title: Gold dress ornament: - century Description: Gold dress ornament enamelled white and set with cabochon garnets on one side and pearls on the other side with diamonds and emeralds between.

A diamond-and-sapphire-encrusted aigrette, part of the Cheapside hoard, at the Museum of London. The Cheapside Hoard is a cache of Elizabethan jewels, stashed away in a cellar and discovered in 1912 during building works in the City of London. The exhibition, “The Cheapside hoard: London's Lost Jewels,” examines the world’s largest found collection of Elizabethan and early Stuart jewelry

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Out of sight since the buried 14 feet below a cellar on Cheapside, the Cheapside Hoard, unearthed by a demolition gang in is to go on show from October in an exhibition at the Museum of

Could this be the "piece of gold of the bignes (wings) of an angell full of characters (garnets)"* given to Elizabeth in 1603 by Vice Chamberlain Sir John   Stanhope?   *LOOMIS, C. (1996), Elizabeth Southwell's Manuscript Account of the Death of Queen Elizabeth [with text]. English Literary Renaissance, 26: 482–509. doi: 10.1111/j.1475-6757.1996.tb01508.x

Gold dress ornament with star cut garnets: - century. Gold dress ornament enamelled and set with star-cut garnets. Part of the Cheapside hoard.

Gold, emerald and enamel aigrette, 16th-17th century. The Cheapside Hoard contains a number of mystery items such as this object, with tapering shanks covered in enamel and encrusted with gems. It has a flared opening at one end and a suspension loop, England.

Gold, emerald and enamel aigrette, century. The Cheapside Hoard contains a number of mystery items such as this object, with tapering shanks covered in enamel and encrusted with gems. It has a flared opening at one end and a suspension loop, England.

Pendant, late 16th century. Gold, diamond, pearl, ruby, enamel. Germany. Via Museum for Applied Arts, Budapest.

A jeweled pendant, Germany, ca. This general design is very ancient, pins and pendants in this shape are found in many Vikining era and Northern European graves.

Selection of necklaces from Cheapside Hoard. From top to bottom: Gold chain with alternate barrel shaped cut amethysts and cut crystals, divided by enamelled flowers; Gold chain of flowers alternating with bows joined by double rings, enamelled green and white; Gold, enamel and pearl chain which pattern consisting of three links of different size and design and these are arranged in an alternating sequence; Enamelled chain, black and white with alternate large and small gold flowers, the…

Selection of finds from The Cheapside Hoard discovered in 1912 by workmen demolishing a centuries old property in Cheapside, London. Elizabethan and Jacobean finds.

Sapphire, spinel and emerald earring or pendant, late 16th to early 17th century. An enamelled gold earring or pendant set with three pink sapphires and seven small round emeralds. A pale-pink briollete spinel hangs below. The reverse is enamelled white and black. Part of the Cheapside Hoard.

An enamelled gold earring or pendant set with three pink sapphires and seven small round emeralds (one missing). A pale-pink briollete spinel hangs below. The reverse is enamelled white and black. Part of the Cheapside Hoard, late century.

Left: A 16th century - early 17th century gold pendant, in the form of a bow set with fancy-cut and trap-cut foil-backed rubies and table-cut diamonds. This jewel was part of the Cheapside Hoard, discovered in June 1912. The pendant, called a 'flower' in Elizabethan times, was often attached by a ribbon to the left breast. Pendants were also used to adorn the hair and the neckline.    Date:  1500 AD - 1760 AD

Dress ornaments in bow-form were popular from the century, when the ribbon and braid trimmings of dress began to be simulated in metal and stones.

Hat or Dress Ornament    Date:      ca. 1475  Culture:      English  Medium:      Gold and garnet

Hat or Dress Ornament Date: ca. 1475 Culture: British Medium: Gold and garnet Dimensions: Overall: x in.

Some “mystery jewels” were also found in the Cheapside Hoard. This gold piece with white enamel and Colombian emeralds is thought to be a fan holder. Large feathers for a fan could be attached on the flared side, and the holder could be attached to a chain on the other end. Courtesy of the Museum of London;

Some “mystery jewels” were also found in the Cheapside Hoard. This gold piece with white enamel and Colombian emeralds is thought to be a fan holder. Large feathers for a fan could be attached on the flared side, and the holder could be attached to a chain on the other end. Courtesy of the Museum of London;

cheapside hoard | From the Cheapside Hoard. Because opal is prone to damage by heat, the ...

From the Cheapside Hoard. Because opal is prone to damage by heat, the condition of this gold and enamelled opal hat pin demonstrates that the treasure was well protected. The opal clearly withstood the Great Fire of London in which obliterated the.

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