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16th century table cut diamond ring in gold and enamel

repost from An early northern renaissance ring with a dark table cut diamond and a pair of masks on the shoulder. I appreciate how ornate and meticulous the work can be in renaissance jewelry - but above all obscure and strange.

Alexander the Great, Turquoise, Enamel & Gold Ring. The ring was made in Century Italy, probably Venice, using a Hellenistic turquoise cameo from the Century BC. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Icicle-shaped diamond ring, called the Matthias ring ~ late 16th century ~ Southern Germany made of gold, diamonds, and enamel. /// Bague avec diamant en forme de glaçon, appelé l'anneau de Matthias ~ fin du XVIe siècle ~ sud de l'Allemagne- en or, diamants et émail.

Icicle-shaped diamond ring, called Matthias ring, late century, Southern Germany (probably)

16th-century diamond and enamel ring, now at Ranger’s House, London (© with kind permission of The Wernher Foundation)

Late diamond and enamel ring, set with no fewer than 26 diamonds and painstakingly enamelled, now at Ranger’s House, London.

Badge: Miniature Portrait of King Charles XI of Sweden (1655-1697) ca 1672-1675, Materials  emeralds, gold, enamel, ivory.

Badge: Miniature Portrait of King Charles XI of Sweden ca Materials emeralds, gold, enamel, ivory. Really beautiful, I havent seen this one before~

Karađorđević royal family crown

* Serbian Crown Jewels, Karađorđević Crown, Royal orb and sceptre, and Royal Mantle buckle