Inspired by History

Transporting you back in time, artist and designer Lynda Jameson Henglein uses the monograms of history to create one-of-a-kind pieces of beautiful jewelry. Some of these fashion-relevant and unique pieces are inspired by European royalty or prominent and wealthy families of the past. The monograms Lynda uses were painstakingly drawn by heraldic artists of the 15th to 20th centuries.

Each piece is handcrafted and intricately detailed in her signature style, a beautiful marriage of the past to the present. With each monogram so richly steeped in beauty and history, Lynda often finds it impossible to refrain from sharing the monogram over and over again. Pure magic happens when each work of art uniquely presents itself on every occurrence. Silver Linens Jewelry was started when Lynda developed a way to lift the hand-embroidered monograms from her antique linens that she had collected while living in Europe. Her elegant statement pieces will surely become heirlooms that families will treasure for generations.

New Arrivals

Antique Bunny Button

This antique French bunny button from the late 19th century was brought to me as a gift by a dear friend from Paris, France.  I can possibly imagine that someone might have been chasing this...
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19th Century Floral Design Bar (Gold)

In the early 1900’s, Hugo Alonzo Lange (b. 1867), a sought-after jeweler and engraver who worked in Little Rock, Arkansas, Chihuahua, Mexico, and Oklahoma  created a stunning brooch...
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Trinity Cross

You will wear God the Father, standing behind his son Jesus Christ on the cross. In between the face of God and the head of Jesus Christ sits a dove the symbol of the Holy Spirit. 1.19 X 0.75...
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