Precious coral is among the oldest forms of gemstone, with some museum pieces dating back to 25, years ago. Coral jewelry has been found at prehistoric European burial sites and in ancient Egyptian pyramids, and it has always been a favorite with royalty. It was quite popular during the Victorian era, and it continues to be popular today.
A vintage carved coral necklace and pins. Featured is a necklace with a dyed coral pendant in the shape of a rose affixed to a fancy link chain with two additional carved pieces of coral. The two pins have etched details with a gold tone.
All jewelry is in excellent vintage condition unless specified otherwise. All items are subject to prior sale. We work constantly to offer extensive jewelry research, pictures and information on our reference site " Jewel Chat " and gallery " Morning Glory Collects ".
The diamonds dazzle, the sapphires sparkle, the emeralds enchant. But for many women and jewelry connoisseurs, it is the soft call of coral that lures them. While 19th-century pieces and Italian revival necklaces have long been popular, Mr.
Necklaces Browse our vintage and antique necklaces from Victorian era through the roaring twenties to the s. We have carved jade and coral necklaces, Mexican silver necklaces, vintage Czech and Bohemian glass necklaces as well as necklaces of carved wood, cinnabar and ivory. We have necklaces of rare beads such as Venetian foils and millefiores, Gablonz and Bohemian glass beads, vintage amber, old ivory, and crystals from the early 20th century.
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Description: 14K yellow gold necklace featuring 2 very fine hand carved oval coral center pendants with carved coral beads, open oval link chain with spring ring clasp, 16 in. L, 10 grams. There is a dark natural spot in coral in upper left corner.
These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only. You can reduce the number of items displayed by entering a keyword that must be included in the description of the item. A large red toned branch coral necklace, graduating branch lengths, the longest 78cm.