Weight: 40 grams
The Goddess of Liberty
Since the French Revolution in 1789, the Goddess of Liberty, Marianne, has been the national symbol of France. Whether in statue, coin, stamp,...
Charles Demengeot, from his book Dictionnaire Chiffre-Monogramme, (1881). Heavily oxidzed, detachable pave diamond bail, scalloped edges.
Size: 89 x 52 mm
Weight: 41.7 grams
After dipping his pen into the silver inkwell,...
Martin Gerlach Industrial Monograms (1880) Vienna, Austria, applied detail edging, pave diamond detachable bail
Size: 86 x 45 mm
Weight: 35.2 grams
Agent Maxwell; At your service
Shrieking, I jumped as two men fell into the sleeper...
Monogram by British Heraldic Artist, J Gordon Smith from his book Monograms in Three and Four Letters. Large attached bail, smooth finish, rounded edges.
Size: 53 x 70 mm
Weight: 24.4 grams
Sitting under the sparse shade...
AA Turbayne, Monograms & Ciphers, London, England, (1906), round, hidden attached bail, cut out monogram on detailed background
Size: 49 x 45 mm
Weight: 33.6 grams
Sneaking A Peak Into Her Future
Quickly, she wraps up the necklace...
Martin Gerlach Industrial Monograms (1880) Vienna, Austria, attached bail, teardrop shapeMonogram: GVGSize: 42 x 69 mmWeight: 35 gramsA Hero's TaleBeing a hero was something Grace never thought she could be. Having grown up in a small farming community...
This beautiful monogram is a work of art found on an antique hand- embroidered linen towel, circa 1920, from Heidelberg, Germany. The linen seen in the background of the piece pays homage to our name, Silver Linens Jewelry, allowing the work of the past...