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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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Princess Louise (LL)

An excellent example of a royal's Victorian monogram, this beautiful piece features the monogram of the Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyle, sixth child and fourth daughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.  An artist and sculptor in her own...
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Queen Victoria- SOLD

Queen Victoria was the reigning Monarch of England and Great Britain from 1837 to 1901. She reigned over the most prosperous period in the history of England. If anyone was lucky enough to watch the mini-series on the life of Queen Victoria, you have...
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Antique Bunny with wreath

This antique French bunny 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 little bunny before it ended up on the button...
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Antique Bunny

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 little bunny before it ended up on the button...
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Glorious Jesus

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.  This trinity cross is framed on an oval background of spiral designs...
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Berry Branch Brooch

Another Lynda "find", this unique piece is fashioned from an elegant antique napkin ring.  Lynda replicated the design and placed in on a sterling silver brooch.  The beautifully sculpted berry branch is placed on an intricate,...
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I Am Loved

Everyone in life deserves to be loved by a special someone.  This beautiful pendant will speak volumes to you. The raised monogram is cushioned in the oxidized chiseled background.  The IAL monogram featured is from the book Monograms in Three...
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Royal Crest

Rooted in history this pendant features the crest of the royal family of England.  With laurel leafs wrapped into a bow into this piece is a show stopper.  A lovely pendant that will make a welcome addition to any jewelry collection. Loose...
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Catherine the Great

This piece was modeled after a 1778 coin that bears the Cyrillic monogram of Catherine the Great, Empress of Russia and the longest-ruling female leader.  A decorative border was placed on the sterling silver pendant to add emphasis...
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The Heraldic Eagle

This piece was modeled after an antique medallion Lynda stumbled upon while in one of her many adventures. The story of this particular symbol is a mystery, but we used it on this pendant to celebrate the history of the eagle in heraldry. Inherited from...
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Scroll Bracelet

This magnificent bracelet comes from an antique napkin ring.  The beautiful scroll work is highlighted by the oxidization. A wonderful piece to add to your collection. Monogram: KAR 1.20 grams
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Christ Jesus - Decorative

This highly decorative pendant features the lifted image of Christ Jesus from a Belgium religious medal.  A perfect gift and collection item. Decorative Background and Border, Applied image, Loose attached bale 1.6 x 1.8 inches     ...
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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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Cathleen (CCV)

From the reign of the King of Prussia, the meticulously scripted CCV monogram is set in the Victorian style.  As with most 3 letter intertwined monograms the letters can be reversed (CVC).  The monogram is sourced from the book by the heraldic...
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Christ Jesus

Featuring the image of the Sacred Heart of Jesus sourced from a antique bronze medal from Fosses-la-ville, Belgium this pendant is exquisite.  The image is surrounded by a double ring border.  A wonderful display of faith and addition to your...
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Marianne - Laurel Leaf

This exquisite piece of jewelry was inspired by a French Marianne medal.  Marianne is the national symbol of the French Republic, and is the personification of liberty and reason.  The medal was replicated into this sterling silver,...
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Catherine the Great - Smooth

This piece was modeled from an 1778 coin bearing the Cyrillic monogram of Catherine the Great, Empress of Russia and the longest running female leader. Featuring a smooth background and hand chiseled border, this piece is exquisite and an amazing...
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Terrier with small edge

Known for their wiry hair, the Terrier, which is shown in this pendant is loved by many.  This medal was won at the Netherlands Rotterdam Cynologist Club Exhibition on May 26, 1927.  If you look closely you can see the makers mark with two...
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Marianne - Minister of the Interior

This Marianne pendant was created from a 1800's French medal from the Minister of the Interior.  The medal was engraved/designed by O. Roty.  This pendant features a raised center area with an abstract background around it, and is topped off...
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Mom Bracelet with Gold and Silver Chain

By far, the most popular monogram with our customers is this elegantly crafted "MOM" monogram. Available in different design and different sizes. It came from the book: "Monograms & Ciphers" (1906), London, England, by heraldic artist AA...
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Baroque Pearls

The word ‘baroque’ comes from the Portuguese term barroco which meant imperfect, coarse or uneven pearl. According to a 1694 French dictionary, baroque was defined as a word used to describe pearls that are imperfectly...
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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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The Winged Victory- SOLD

“Winged Victory” was the title of a series of medals referred to as Inter Allied Victory Medals. Several variations were designed and awarded, in gratitude, to soldiers across the globe at the end of World War I. Designed by Belgian sculptor,...
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Winged Victory

“Winged Victory” was the title of a series of medals referred to as Inter Allied Victory Medals. Several variations were designed and awarded, in gratitude, to the allied soldiers across the globe at the end of World War I in 1919. Designed...
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I Am Loved- SOLD

$650.00
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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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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King Christian VII - Hammered Edges (C7)

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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AF - Crown

The "AF" is a royal monogram in the Empire scripted style, and was found in the book: Dictionnaire Chiffre-Monogramme (1881) Paris, France by the heraldic artist, Charles Demengeot. The "AF" monogram includes the crown of a royal king...
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King Frederick IV - Top Detail

Featuring the monogram of King Frederick IV of Denmark this stunning piece is full of historical importance.  King Frederick IV was King of Denmark from 1808-1839 and King of Norway from 1808-1814.  He was officially the last king of...
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"Bear"

A thoughtful gift for any dog lover, this pendant was created from an antique medal from the Kennel Club of the Haag, dated 1927.  This heirloom token depicts a dog I affectionately call Bernard the saint.  30.8 gram  1 7/8" x 1...
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"Max"

$650.00
This beautiful Boxer award was made by French sculptor and medallist, George Contaux (1891-1984).  Bred for hunting and working , the Boxer, is a distinct breed that originated in Germany in the late 19th century.  As a member of the bull...
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Lab

The Svenska Kennel Klubben, a Swedish Kennel Club, was formed December 13,1889.  This club was dedicated to pure breed dogs and their owners.  The clubs focus was to help dog owners healthy dogs and advancing breed specific strategies. ...
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Archduchess Maria Theresa of Austria (MT)

Wear this magnificent piece of royal history and beautiful work of heraldic art.  This elegant MT monogram of Archduchess Maria Teresa of Austria (1869-1933) came from the book by Charles Demengeot, Dictionnaire Chiffre-Monogramme, (1881). The...
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Dogs from France

This beautiful dog medal was for a dog show in Paris that dates back to 1937.  Made by French artist Richard Fath (1900-1950).  Fath had a special love for animals, especially dogs, which is represented so well in his work.  The gorgeous...
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Princess Louise - Detailed Border

An excellent example of a royal's Victorian monogram, this beautiful piece features the monogram of the Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyle, sixth child and fourth daughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.  An artist and sculptor in her own...
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Monsieur Demengeot - Torn Edging - (AR)

Be the first to wear a piece of medieval history.  This elegant sterling silver pendant features a Medieval "AR" monogram with Lion crest from the book by heraldic artist Charles Demengeot, Dictionnaire Chiffre-Monogramme (1881), published...
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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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Round Baroque Pearls

Our round baroque pearls range in size from 16 millimeters, down to 13 millimeters, on this strand.  They are hand picked by Lynda for their iridescent glow, graduated sizes and fresh white color. Each pearl is wire wrapped by hand and pieced...
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Anne Boleyn (AB)

Make a statement of pure elegance by wearing this beautifully sculpted sterling silver pendant with the British "AB" monogram - affectionately nicknamed "Anne Boleyn" by the artist.  The gracefully scripted monogram is from an early...
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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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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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Marianne - Emerald Clasp

This exquisite piece of jewelry was inspired by a French Marianne medal.  Marianne is the national symbol of the French Republic, and is the personification of liberty and reason.  The medal was replicated into this sterling silver,...
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Marianne with Bee

This exquisite piece of jewelry was inspired by a French Marianne medal from 1921.  The art nouveau design of her, on this medal is very unique considering older versions of Marianne as seen everywhere in France from architecture to fine arts...
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David - Detailed Border

Designed by the French master heraldic artist, Charles Demengeot, for his book: "Dictionnaire du Chiffre - Monnogramme" (1881), Paris, France, this exquisite "David" monogram is a work-of-art.   One of our most popular monograms,...
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