Monogram: RM&PS Pendant Size: 31.72 x 37.40 mm Weight: 29.7 g
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 historical monogram belonged to Adelicia Acklen who was once considered the wealthiest and most influential woman of the south. The ornate lettering was sourced from china that belonged to Adelicia, which still resides in her home at Belmonte...
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 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 historical monogram belonged to Adelicia Acklen, who was once considered the wealthiest and most influential woman of the south. The ornate lettering was sourced from china that belonged to Adelicia, which still resides in her home at Belmonte...
This monogram is from the heraldic artist AA Turbayne, as featured in his book Monograms & Ciphers, London, England, (1906). This pendant is round in shape, with a hidden attached bail on the reverse of the piece, and a cut out monogram on the...
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...
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...