“Winged Victory” was the title of a series of medals referred to as Inter Allied Victory Medals. Several variations were designed for and awarded, in gratitude, to soldiers across the globe at the end of World War I. Designed by Belgian...
This monogram was created by heraldic artist J. Gordon Smith, in his book Monograms in Three & Four Letters (1903), London, England. This piece features a reversible design with the Alice monogram on the reverse as well, a biased tape border, and a...
This monogram is from heraldic artist Charles Demengeot, in his book Dictionnaire Chiffre-Monogramme, (1881). This piece features heavy oxidization, a detachable pave diamond bail, and scalloped edges.
Size: 89 x 52 mm
Weight: 41.7 g
This monogram was created by British heraldic artist, J Gordon Smith from his book Monograms in Three and Four Letters. This piece features the monogram cutout on a stitched background. The bail is attached hidden on the backside of the piece...
This is the monogram of King Leopold of Belgium, who ruled from 1831-1865, he was a German Prince becoming the first King of the Belgians following the country's independence. This piece has an attached bail, a stunning mirror finish, a detailed floral...
This monogram was created by Charles Demengeot, in his book Dictionnaire Chiffre-Monogramme, (1881). This piece has a hidden attached bail on the reverse side, hammered edging, and a smooth background.
Size: 62.68 x 57.82 mm
Weight: 45 g
This piece features a monogram from the book Monograms and Lettering (1912), by JM Bergling. This pendant has an attached bail, a blue metal ink border, and yellow metal ink accent.
Size: 67 x 46 mm
Weight: 58.2 g
This HRL monogram comes from antique Celtic stationary. Its strong lettering is filled in with black metal ink. The pendant features a beautifully detailed, attached bail as well as a 2 mm 24k gold orb at the top of this piece. Our gold is reclaimed...