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Avè Maria - Belgium

This stunning piece was molded from a detailed, 19th century religious medal that Lynda purchased from Belgium.   Monogram: AM Textured background; Decorative double border; Textured Bale;  Features monogram of the Virgin Mary 1.10 x 1...
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Avé Maria - Lourdes

It can be found on a cyborium, in the basilica in Lourdes, France.   Monogram: MA Pavé diamond bale; Intricately applies roses; Monogram of the Virgin Mary; Smooth border; Metal ink detailing 1.99 x 2.98 inches  
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MOM - Attached Chain

This monogram was originally designed by AA Turbayne in his book, Monograms & Ciphers, London, England. (1906)  Monogram: MOM/MMO 17 inch sterling silver cable link chain; Gold bonded jump rings; Smooth circular shape with rounded edging;...
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Madalyn - Oblong

This piece features a monogram from British heraldic artist J. Gordon Smith. Monogram: CM Accents/Accessories: Oblong shape; Attached loose bail; Smooth finish; Raised, central monogram with oxidization 1.46 x .71 inches  
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John - Gold Chain

The monogram on this piece was originally found on an antique button from the uniform of the Royal Mail & Pacific Steam Navigation Company in use from 1910-1965 Monogram: RM&PS Attached to gold bonded 18 inch chain, Lobster claw clasp covered...
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Mom - Bracelet

 The monogram is by the heraldic artist, Charles Demengeot from his book, Dictionnaire Chiffre-Monogramme (1881) Paris, France. Monogram: MOM 0.55 inch diameter  
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Mathilde - Small Detailed Edging

This pendant is fashioned from a medal from Fosses-la-ville, Belgique. Attached loose bail; Rounded edging; Circular, detailed, oxidized background; Cut out and applied, shiny image of two children 1.57 x 1.14 inches
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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   
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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 monogram was sourced from a danish coin dated 1771. The ornate lettering was designed for King Christian VII of Denmark.  Monogram: C7X2 Detachable pavé bale; Detailed bordering; Two 24k gold orbs salvaged from parts of United States...
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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  
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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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Jack

Art deco design similar to the design on the elevator doors at the Waldorf Astoria in New York. Monogram: Art Deco Pierced posts; Tear drop shape; Heavy oxidization; Features harp player 1.85 x 0.75 inches each
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Marianne

These earrings feature a french antique medal, art deco Marianne circa 1933. Silver ball posts; Tear drop shape; Detailed background; Smooth border; Mirrored finish 1.81 x 0.79 inches each
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Marianne Earrings

These Art Nouveau earrings are inspired by: Marianne with winged helmet medal (which was given to members of the police department), and the Marianne victory angel of WWI medal.  Ear wires attached with jump rings; Rounded, smooth edging; Shiny...
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Andrew

These earrings are created from an antique Canadian Signal Corps button. Monogram: CSC Silver ball posts; Convex shape; Raised central monogram with oxidization; Smooth, rounded edging; Shiny finish 1.06 x 1.46 inches each
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Dollie - Diamond Shape

This monogram is from an antique German handkerchief.  Monogram: DMG Diamond shape; Scalloped edges; Small elongated ear wires; Raised monogram; Oxidized 2.32 x 1.46 inches each
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MOM - Textured Background

This monogram was created by AA Turbayne, in his book Monograms & Ciphers, London, England, (1906).  Monogram: MOM Loose bale; Textured background; Edging around top half; Central monogram; Oxidization 1.30 x 1.93 inches  
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Phoebe

This monogram was created by AA Turbayne, in his book Monograms & Ciphers, London, England, (1906).  Monogram: PS Lily border; Loose bale; Central monogram; Organic shape; Shiny finish with oxidization 1.54 x 2.36 inches
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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
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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

This design was created by Gustave Boussenot, a French heraldic artist, from the book Chiffres & Monogrammes et suite de Composition Decoratives, in Paris France, (1880).  Monogram: AK Loose bale; Detailed top border; Hammered edges; Textured...
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Catherine - Solid Background

This monogram is from the artist Charles Demengeot, Dictionary Number-Monogram (1881). Monogram: CM Loose bale; Solid, darkened background; Raised letters; Smooth edging 1.38 x 0.98 inches
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