antiques price guide, antiques priceguide, jewelry, , An Egyptian Revival gem set scarab brooch, circa 1900. Emeralds, sapphires, pearls, rubies and rose-cut diamonds in yellow gold, partially silver-topped. Note: The winged scarab was a sacred Egyptian symbol of rebirth.
A Victorian opal, diamond and ruby salamander brooch, late 19th century. The sinuous body set throughout with opal cabochons, accented by old mine-cut diamonds, with ruby cabochon eyes and nose; accompanied by a fitted case by Carrington & Co., Regent St., London; mounted in silver-topped gold; length: 4 1/4in.
Antique silver pomander Low Countries. An antique silver pomander, of spherical form on domed foot, divided into six segments released by a turning top, the exterior depicting dense foliage and flowers, the interior engraved with hatched floral motifs, each segment numbered and with slide-off cover (one later replacement). The Low Countries, circa 1640
Art Nouveau Demantoid Garnet, Diamond, Plique-à-Jour Enamel, Silver-Topped Gold Brooch The brooch features round-shaped demantoid garnets weighing a total of approximately 2.30 carats, enhanced by European and single-cut diamonds weighing a total of approximately 0.90 carat, accented by green plique-à-jour enamel, set in silver-topped gold, completed by a pinstem and catch. #ArtNouveauGarnet