Share your favorites on Show & Tell

What period is this brooch/pendant?

In Fine Jewelry > Amethyst Jewelry > Show & Tell and Fine Jewelry > Victorian and Edwardian Jewelry > Show & Tell.
All items222312 of 228809who made this type of crock?Metal Eagle 1st world war
6
Love it
1
Like it

auraaura loves this.
aghcollectaghcollect loves this.
Moonstonelover21Moonstonelover21 loves this.
kerry10456kerry10456 loves this.
DrFluffyDrFluffy loves this.
Agram.mAgram.m loves this.
vintagemadvintagemad likes this.
See 5 more
Add to collection

    Please create an account, or Log in here

    If you don't have an account, create one here.


    Create a Show & TellReport as inappropriate


    Posted 11 years ago

    Agram.m
    (740 items)

    This beautyful brooch/pendant is hallmarked with a Dutch Oak leave hallmark. First I could not see which one but since I have a digital lens (pic 4) I can see it's the Dutch oak leave mark for 14 K gold, dated 1852 - 1906 . The brooch has a C clasp and a round Amethist with in the center a little golden star with a tiny pearl. There are a few tassels and the round setting is beautyfull decorated as you can see on the pixs.
    They told me the period of time was about 1900 do you agree? And can I call it Victorian or Edwardian? I have no idea can you help please?

    Unsolved Mystery

    Help us close this case. Add your knowledge below.

    logo
    Amethyst Jewelry
    See all
    Estate Diamond 11.02ct Amethyst 14K Gold Dangle Earrings 11.9 Grams NR
    Estate Diamond 11.02ct Amethyst 14K...
    $255
    ANTIQUE ART DECO NEIGER BROTHERS AMETHYST CZECH GLASS ENAMEL CAMEO NECKLACE
    ANTIQUE ART DECO NEIGER BROTHERS AM...
    $103
    Antique VICTORIAN Amethyst Choker Necklace Large Unfoiled Stone Brass Filigree
    Antique VICTORIAN Amethyst Choker N...
    $78
    ANTIQUE VICTORIAN GOLD FILLED CARVED AMETHYST GLASS INTAGLIO FOB PENDANT CHARM
    ANTIQUE VICTORIAN GOLD FILLED CARVE...
    $64
    logo
    Estate Diamond 11.02ct Amethyst 14K Gold Dangle Earrings 11.9 Grams NR
    Estate Diamond 11.02ct Amethyst 14K...
    $255
    See all

    Comments

    1. davyd286, 11 years ago
      It looks Victorian, and I'd say it's a bit earlier than 1900, perhaps 1870-1890. Can't tell which country, would need to see the hallmarks.
    2. davyd286, 11 years ago
      One should also remember the Victorian revival period in 1930s-1940s, when a lot of jewelry showed strong Victorian influence.
    3. Agram.m Agram.m, 11 years ago
      Hello Davyd286,
      I don' t know the country of origin. But I placed a new last photo of the only hallmark there is on the C clasp. It is so tiny hardly to see what it is. I think it could be an eagle's head, what do you think? Awaiting your aswer !
    4. davyd286, 11 years ago
      I can't see the mark, but if it looks like an eagle's head looking right, it could be French mark for 18K used after 1838. Mexico used a full eagle figure to mark their silver in the 20th century.
    5. Agram.m Agram.m, 11 years ago
      Thanks, it will be a mystery as long as I also cannot decote for sure the hallmark very well and that is, till now, a fact.
    6. chispajewels, 11 years ago
      Looks really Victorian to me, say 1870.
      Lovely, the amethyst!I go looking for the mark...
      Karen.
    7. DrFluffy DrFluffy, 8 years ago
      This is gorgeous...
    8. kerry10456 kerry10456, 8 years ago
      Agram.m, another fantastic posting, for what my opinion would weigh, looks Victorian styling. I agree with davy286 to be around the 1870-90's and wouldn't think the styling of the "C" hook to be in the retro Victorian period of the 30's. But I know this is a wonderful looking piece. Thanks for sharing. Let us know about the "Hallmark" when ID
    9. Agram.m Agram.m, 8 years ago
      davy286 and kerry10456 I would let you know that thanks to my new digital microscope (recommended!) I discovered that the hallmark of this brooch is the oak leaf (1852 to 1906). So both of you have let me know a good period. So probably around the end of the 19th century. Thank you for your effort!

    Want to post a comment?

    Create an account or login in order to post a comment.