This monogram was first created by the heraldic artist J. Gordon Smith, in his book Monograms in Three & Four Letters (1903), London, England. Monogram: JTB Size: 70x53mm Weight: 49 grams
This unique piece is a brooch featuring strawberry vines on a floral background. Size: 37.5 x 52.81mm Weight: 34.4 grams
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 use it on this pendant to celebrate the history of the eagle in heraldry. Inherited from...
This Art Nouveau piece comes from the German book, Monogramme und Dekorationen by Wilhelm Diebener, published in Leipzig in 1908. This striking piece features a central monogram, a beautiful edge design, and a central crown a top the piece...
This beautiful piece features a striking central monogram accented with black oxidation, a mighty crown, lovely detailed edging, with an attached bail to accommodate mid-sized chains and small gemstone necklaces. Monogram: LL Size: 47.33 x...
This captivating sterling silver piece and chain features a central monogram with crown accent, a detailed edging, and pave diamond clasp. Monogram: RM&PS Pendant Size: 31.72 x 37.40 mm Weight: 29.7 g
This exquisite piece features a central monogram, a smooth shiny background with a hint of color, a delightful crown, and a textured attached bail. Monogram: AF Size: 38.99 x 74.39 mm Weight: 39.9 grams
This monogram came from a Victorian hand mirror from 1895 that belonged to Lynda's grandmother. The piece features an attached bail, with a smooth mirror finish, and flower detailing. Monogram: JEW Size: 57 x 44 mm Weight: 44.6 g
This Monogram is from a German towel circa 1920. The towel was an heirloom belonging to a family that immigrated from East Germany to West Germany, after the Wall fell. This pendant was crafted into a triangular shape, displaying the original stitching...
This Monogram is from a German towel circa 1920. The towel was purchased in Heidelberg, Germany, originating from a family that moved to the eastern side after the tearing down of the Berlin wall. This piece is round showing the original stitched...
This monogram was first created by the heraldic artist J. Gordon Smith, in his book Monograms in Three & Four Letters (1903), London, England. This piece is square, with a detailed border, and a detachable twisted bail. Monogram: JBT Size: 47...
This monogram was designed by Henri Renoir in his book Monograms and Ciphers, (1870). This beautiful pendant features a large twisted bail and scalloped edges. Monogram: SS Size: 75 x 53 mm Weight: 48.2 g
This monogram is from a German towel circa 1920, towel was purchased in Heidelberg, Germany. This pendant features a smooth background, a detachable bail, and biased tape edging. Monogram: GG Size: 53 x 49 mm Weight: 26.1 g
This monogram was originally created by AA Turbayne, in his bookMonograms & Ciphers, London, England, (1906). This pendant is square, with a border on top, and a detachable pavé diamond bail. Monogram: JS Size: 58 x 46 mm Weight: 25.2 g
This monogram was created by Martin Gerlach, in his book Industrial Monograms (1880) of Vienna, Austria. This piece has an applied detail edging and a pave diamond detachable bail. Monogram: CVC Size: 86 x 45 mm Weight: 35.2 g
This monogram is by British Heraldic Artist, J Gordon Smith from his book Monograms in Three and Four Letters. This piece features a large attached bail, a smooth finish, and rounded edges. Monogram: MJC Size: 53 x 70 mm Weight: 24.4 g
This monogram is from Gustave Boussenot, a French heraldic artist, from his book Chiffres & Monogrammes et suite de Composition Decoratives, Paris France, (1880). This piece is round, with a loose bail, and a detailed border. Monogram: BJ Size: 42...
Martin Gerlach Industrial Monograms (1880) Vienna, Austria, attached bail, teardrop shape Monogram: GVG Size: 42 x 69 mm Weight: 35 grams A Hero's Tale Being a hero was something Grace never thought she could be. Having grown up in a small farming...
This monogram is from a German towel circa 1920, towel was purchased in Heidelberg, Germany. This piece has a non-detachable loose bail, and is in the vague shape of a handbag. Monogram: JCJC Size: 63 x 50 mm Weight: 28.5 g
This monogram was designed by British heraldic artist, J Gordon Smith in his book Monograms in Three and Four Letters. (1903). This piece has smooth edges, a stunning central monogram, and an attached detailed bail. Monogram: MJC Size: 68 x 41...
This monogram is from AA Turbayne's book, Monograms & Ciphers, London England, (1906). This piece has a round twisted border, an attached bail, and a textured background. Monogram: ELE Size: 58 x 46 mm Weight: 41 g
This monogram is set in Victorian style, and is sourced from the book, Industrial Monograms, by Martin Gerlach of Vienna, Austria (1881). This piece features an intricate detail behind the monogram, a rolled bail gives this piece a scroll-like appearance...
This monogram is from a German towel circa 1920, purchased in Heidelberg, Germany. This piece features rolled edges, a woven attached bail, and the original stitched background. Monogram: JCJC Size: 66 x 57 mm Weight: 36.8 g
This pendant features a Medieval style "AR" monogram by the heraldic artist Charles Demengeot in the book, Dictionnaire Chiffre-Monogramme (1881), published in Paris, France. This pendant has a floral border on the top and an attached bail. Monogram:...