Is there a more perfect segueway from a snake bracelet to a sword pin? I think not! This was such a rare piece we had to have it. In it's own tooled leather box this Victorian sword pin is complete with it's own (functional) sheath. Crafted in solid 15 carat gold it features beautifully intricate enamel work along the handle & guard. In incredible original condition, this is a real, miniature sword - complete with a very sharp tip.
*These gorgeous sisters are great people & great customers. They did the Q & A prior to a couple major life events - one havin...
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A soundtrack for February (* with lots of Prince to keep you warm ). Enjoy! -RBJ
Valentines Day is just about upon us! Along with lots and lots of snow. If you were hoping to making it to the shops to take advantage of ou...
Jewelry from the Victorian Era (1837-1900) contained symbols that expressed a sentiment or meaning that the wearer wanted to convey. Common ...
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A really nice unsolicited note to our Cambridge manage from customers we worked with on their wedding jewelry. Honestly, beyond the creativ...
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