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'The Heneage Jewel'  [locket]  Also called 'The Armada Jewel'  --  1595  --  Painting by Nicholas Hilliard.  "Elizabeth I is said to have given this jewel to Sir Thomas Heneage, a Privy Counsellor  the Vice-Chamberlain of the Royal Household.  Via The Victoria  Albert Museum.

'The Heneage Jewel' [locket] Also called 'The Armada Jewel' -- 1595 -- Painting by Nicholas Hilliard. "Elizabeth I is said to have given this jewel to Sir Thomas Heneage, a Privy Counsellor the Vice-Chamberlain of the Royal Household. Via The Victoria Albert Museum.

From the collection of HM Queen Elizabeth. Royal Cap Badge of Henry VIII. As documented in a miniature portrait painted by Hans Holbein. "St. George Slaying the Dragon" - Gold, Pearl, Cloisonne' Enameling.

Peta Kruger Laureate Award & Medal 2013 Commissioned by Australia Council for the Arts Silver, stainless steel, paint

Vintage Spanish Art Deco Enamel Saint Anthony Medal Pendant Hand Painted Saint Catholic Jewelry Religious Jewelry St. Anthony

Vintage Spanish Art Deco Enamel Saint Anthony Medal Pendant Hand Painted Saint Catholic Jewelry Religious Jewelry St. Anthony by PinyolBoiVintage on Etsy

Star of the Order of St Patrick, c. 1838, Rundell, Bridge & Co., commissioned by Queen Victoria.

Antique Spanish Hand Painted Enamel Blessed Mother Medal Pendant Virgin Mary Catholic Jewelry Sorrowful Mary Sorrows of Mary Catholic Gift

Antique Spanish Hand Painted Enamel Blessed Mother Medal Pendant Virgin Mary Catholic Jewelry Sorrowful Mary Sorrows of Mary Catholic Gift by PinyolBoiVintage on Etsy

Antique French Hand Painted Enamel Blessed Mother Mary Medal Pendant Virgin Mary Blessed Mother Porcelain Medal Catholic Jewelry Religious

Antique French Hand Painted Enamel Blessed Mother Mary Medal Pendant Virgin Mary Blessed Mother Porcelain Medal Catholic Jewelry Religious by PinyolBoiVintage on Etsy

Brooke Marks-Swanson. "My work is fueled by a deep appreciation for the history of craft and the process of making with my hands. I am drawn to the beauty of things imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete. Resulting in pieces that provide information of the past while speaking of the present. On the surface a dialog of contrast develops that lead to questions. This drives the focus of my research."

Jessica Calderwood, Loss (double-sided rotating pin), Enamel, copper, china paint, sterling, stainless steel