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Pomander, Unknown maker, 1600 - 1650, Europe. Silver, enamelled and with an engraved design filled with mastic. Victoria and Albert Museum, London

'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.

A History of Jewellery - Victoria and Albert Museum Heart-shaped Brooch Brooch Unknown maker France (probably) About 1400 Gold

Bling ring: jewellery of the rich and famous – in pictures

Tiara of horn and moonstone made by FJ Partridge for Liberty & Co, England, c.1900.

Ring

Ring. V & A Museum. England, Britain (made). 800-900 (made). Gold, granulation, filigree. In contrast to the rich garnet-set jewellery of the earlier Anglo-Saxon period, finger rings of the ninth century are rarely adorned with precious stones. The skills of the goldsmith are seen in this example, where the different techniques of filigree and granulation are combined to produce an elaborately decorated ring.