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Tatyana (TB)

$825.00
Show your unique style by wearing a Russian Cyrillic monogram from the period of the last Czar.   The TB monogram was featured in the book "Monogramy" (1902), by A. Litke, Moscow.  The sterling silver pendant is adorned with the...
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Susan

$750.00
Finding a cipher with 5 letters is rare, and this beautifully scripted "Susan" monogram is a truly a unique piece of jewelry.  The monogram was designed by British heraldic artist, J Gordon Smith from his book: "Monograms in Three and Four Letters"...
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Honoria (HRL)

$650.00
Pure magic happens when this magnificent piece of jewelry is given to that very special person.  The sterling silver pendant is adorned with a 24k gold orb and features the Celtic HRL monogram.  The monogram comes from antique Celtic stationary...
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Winged Victory-1

$625.00
“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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Winged Victory

$625.00
“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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Miles

$625.00
This monogram was created by Gustave Boussenot, French heraldic artist, from the book Chiffres & Monogrammes et suite de Composition Decoratives, Paris France, (1880).  Monogram: MF Accents/Accessories: Cut out design; Blue accents; Detailed...
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Tarben (TSG)

$625.00
An exquisite work of art, "TSG" monogram is an iconic classic (3 letters plus a mirrored S). This monogram is from the book: "An Encyclopedia of Monograms" (1884), J. O'Kane, New York, New York.  The square sterling silver pendant was...
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