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Anne of Brittany

This piece is modeled after a pin that was given out at the 400th anniversary of Queen Anne of France's reign. Having married Charles the VII of France, and later, Louis XII of France, Anne was the only woman to be Queen consort of France two times...
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Avè Maria - Belgium (AM)

This stunning piece was molded from a detailed, 19th century Ave Maria religious medal that Lynda acquired from Belgium.  Lynda replicated the image and placed it on a circular sterling silver pendant. It has a sterling silver bale...
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Avé Maria - Lourdes (AM)

An enduring depiction of faith and a symbol of grace and everlasting love, this "AM" can be found on a ciborium, in the basilica in Lourdes, France.  The monogram is the symbol of the Virgin Mary.  The delicately scrolled letters are...
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MOM - Attached Chain

By far, the most popular monogram of our customers, this elegantly crafted "MOM" monogram comes in four different pendant sizes. It came from the book: "Monograms & Ciphers" (1906), London, England, by heraldic artist AA Turbayne...
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Winged Victory

To honor our military and to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the WWI victory, Lynda modeled this sterling silver pendant after the Belgium “Winged Victory” medal designed by Belgian sculptor, Paul DuBois.  The Belgium...
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Marjorie - Large Teardrop (MSR or SMR or MRS)

Another 3-letter monogram from Lynda's linen collection.  The "MSR" design is originally from a hand-embroidered antique handkerchief (circa 1920), she purchased in Heidelberg, Germany.  The ornate swirled "MSR" monogram was lifted and placed...
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Mathilde Sleigh Ride

Memories of a winter sleigh ride??  Another find from Lynda's trip to Belgium, this pendant is fashioned from an antique medal from Fosses-la-ville, Belgique.  It is a depiction of two girls on a sleigh ride in the winter carrying...
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Madalyn - Oblong (CM)

This beautifully crafted monogram with ornate sculpted letters is a fabulous work of art.  The CM monogram is from the book: "Monograms in Three and Four Letter" (1903), by British Heraldic Artist, J Gordon Smith. ...
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John - Gold Chain (RM&PS)

Go back to the days of when steamships delivered mail around the world.  This historically based "RM&PS" monogram was sourced from an antique button from the Royal Mail and Pacific Steam navigation company 1910-1965.  A beautiful...
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Little Angel - France

An enchanting innocent-looking child angel (Cherub), the design is from a tiny antique pendant or charm from the 1940’s made in France, and later bought by Silver Linen’s Artist Lynda in Belgium.   The Cherub is...
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Mathilde - Winter Sleigh Ride

Memories of a winter sleigh ride??  Another find from Lynda's trip to Belgium, this pendant is fashioned from an antique medal from Fosses-la-ville, Belgique.  It is a depiction of two girls on a sleigh ride in the winter carrying...
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Queen Marie Therese of Austria (MTA)

Wear this magnificent 17th century royal monogram and beautiful work of heraldic art.  This elegant "MTA" monogram belonged to Marie Therese of Austria, Queen of France and Navarre  (1660-1683).  She was the wife of Louis XIV of...
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FF

Monogram:FF 24k gold orb salvaged from parts of United States Air Force Military jets that were flown over Iraq and Afghanistan; Ivy top border; Attached bale; Raised central monogram; Scalloped bottom border; Shiny finish with oxidization 2.80 x 2.05...
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Marianne Cut-Out

This piece was inspired by a french Marianne medal that was given to participants of a shooting competition.   Circular design; Detailed border; Smooth edging; Loose attached bale 2.87 x 2.13 inches    40 grams   
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14th Century Manuscript Alphabet M-2.1

This monogram is from a 14th century Manuscript Alphabet book which resides in The British Museum in London, England.  Monogram: M Smooth background; Small sterling silver bale; Central monogram 1.80 x 1.30 inches       ...
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Caedryn - Lady with Harp

Wear this pendant at your next concert!  Found during one of Lynda's many adventures, the design is from an antique Belgium medal from the early 1900's.  The "Lady with the Harp" was lifted from the medal and carefully...
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King Frederick IV

King Frederick IV of Denmark from 1808-1839, & King of Norway from 1808-1814, the last king of Denmark-Norway. The monograms of the kings are on architecture, gates, coins, and other places within Copenhagen. Monogram: King Frederick IV Three 24k...
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Adelicia - Gold Chain

This historical monogram belonged to Adelicia Acklen.  She was once considered the wealthiest and most influential women of the south.  The ornate lettering was sourced from china that belonged to Adelicia, which still resides in her home at...
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Alice with Ivy

Heraldic artist J. Gordon Smith, from his book Monograms in Three & Four Letters (1903), London, England.  Monogram: ALICE Detachable twisted bale; Ivy at the top edge; Raised monogram; Oxidization; Mirrored finish 0.31 x 1.92 inches ...
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King Christian VII

This "C7" monogram was sourced from a Danish coin dated 1771 and is a classic two letter icon with a mirrored C7 to the left in order to create balance.  The ornate lettering was designed for King Christian VII of Denmark.  He is...
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I Am Loved

Monogram by British Heraldic Artist, J Gordon Smith from his book Monograms in Three and Four Letters. Monogram: IAL 24k gold orb salvaged from parts of United State Air Force Military jets that were flown over Iraq and Afghanistan; Cut out heart in...
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Cecile

This monogram is from the book, Chiffres & Monogrammes et Suite de Compositions Decoratives, published in Paris, France, in 1880, by heraldic artist Gustave Bussenot.  Monogram: CL Detailed background; Hidden bale on back; Cut and applied...
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Edith

The "EL" monogram on this pendant was inspired by an antique bed linen from the collection of Robin Molbert, a dealer of French textiles and owner of the online shop Fleur d'Andeol. Her beautiful collection was featured in the book The Art of the...
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Paloma

Martin Gerlach Industrial Monograms (1880) Vienna, Austria. Monogram: ZH Attached detailed bale; Square shape; Detailed border; Raised monogram; Heavy oxidization 2.52 x 1.57 inches     24.50 grams  
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Quest - Large

This "UT" monogram is from the book, A Complete Book of Monograms and Ciphers, by the heraldic Artist, A.A. Turbayne (1906) London, England. Monogram: UT Smooth, mirrored background; Heavy detailed attached bale; Square shape; Raised monogram with...
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Art Deco - Lady Playing a Harp

These elegant and intricately designed Art Dec earrings were inspired by and similar to the design on an elevator door at the Waldorf Astoria in NYC.   Lynda created the image and placed it on the sterling silver...
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Marianne Medal

These Art Nouveau ornate earrings are inspired from an antique French Marianne with winged helmet medal, circa 1933.  Marianne is the national symbol of the French Republic, and she is the personification of liberty and reason.  The medal...
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Made in USA Shield

Proud to be an American, these sterling silver earrings were crafted using a vintage industrial stamp to mark items made in the USA.  Image was placed on the two sterling silver shields.  They come with elongated sterling...
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Marianne Earrings

These Art Nouveau earrings are inspired by: Marianne with winged helmet medal and the Marianne victory angel of WWI medal. Marianne is the national symbol of the French Republic, and she is the personification of liberty and reason.  The two medals...
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Andrew, Canadian Signal Corp (CSC)

The historical emblem with its intertwined "CSC" monogram came from an antique Canadian Signal Corps button in Lynda's military button collection.  Lynda lifted the image from the button and made it into a set of sterling silver...
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Dollie - Diamond Shape (DMG)

  Travel back to the roaring 20's, where elegance was personified by having your family linens hand-embroidered with the family's monogram.  The "DMG" monogram was lifted from a German hand towel circa 1920, purchased in Heidelberg,...
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MOM - Textured Background

By far, the most popular monogram of our customers, this elegantly crafted "MOM" monogram comes in four different pendant sizes. It came from the book: "Monograms & Ciphers" (1906), London, England, by heraldic artist AA Turbayne...
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Phoebe (PS)

A "PS" interlaced monogram with letters crafted in the flowing cursive style, it came for the book: "Monograms & Ciphers, London, England, (1906), by the heraldic artist AA Turbayne.   Lynda replicated the image and placed...
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Madalyn - Flat

This monogram was created by British Heraldic Artist, J Gordon Smith from his book Monograms in Three and Four Letters.  Monogram: MC Loose bale; Smooth background; Raised monogram; Oxidized 1.54 x 0.75 inches    5.80 grams
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Lauren

This design is from Louis the fourteenth initials which was revised into another name. The frame around this design is a copy of one bought in France. Monogram: LLH Detailed frame; Embroidered letters on a smooth background; Loose bale; Heavy...
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Antonine (AK)

This beautifully crafted monogram with ornate sculpted letters is a fabulous work of art.  The "AK" monogram is from the book: "Chiffres & Monogrammes et suite de Composition Decoratives" (1880), Paris, France, by French heraldic...
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Made in USA

Proud to be an American, this small sterling silver pendant or charm was crafted using a vintage industrial stamp to mark items made in the USA.   A great gift for anyone born in the USA, whether a new born or 97 years old. Monogram:...
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Catherine - Solid Background (CM)

This beautifully crafted monogram with ornate sculpted letters is a fabulous work of art.  The CM monogram is from the book: "Dictionnaire Chiffre-Monogramme", (1881), by heraldic artist Charles Demengeot.  It was replicated...
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