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A Georgian fichu ( lace pin ) . Made of 9ct gold, of bar design centered by a central cluster, the cluster set with a red paste surrounded by foiled flat cut garnets and seed pearls with further seed pearls and garnets set into the bar. Silver pin. Circa 1820

A Georgian fichu ( lace pin ) . Made of 9ct gold, of bar design centered by a central cluster, the cluster set with a red paste surrounded by foiled flat cut garnets and seed pearls with further seed pearls and garnets set into the bar. Silver pin. Circa 1820

Gold vinaigrettes, 1810-20 Just imagine one of these nestled in the heroine's bosom.

Gold vinaigrettes, 1810-20 Just imagine one of these nestled in the heroine's bosom.

A Georgian garnet cross pendant

A Georgian garnet cross pendant

Georgian giardinetto ring; yellow gold and silver, set with emerald, ruby ​​and a small sapphire.

Georgian giardinetto ring; yellow gold and silver, set with emerald, ruby ​​and a small sapphire.

An early 19th century gold cannetille, amethyst and seed pearl brooch, circa 1825 The oval cluster of variously cut amethysts within a border of half-pearls and gold beadwork and bird motifs, terminating in a detachable similarly set drop, length 6.0cm.

An early 19th century gold cannetille, amethyst and seed pearl brooch, circa 1825 The oval cluster of variously cut amethysts within a border of half-pearls and gold beadwork and bird motifs, terminating in a detachable similarly set drop, length 6.0cm.

Brooch “node", eighteenth century France, Silver, chrysoberyls © The Decorative Arts / Lawrence Sully Jaulmes

Brooch “node", eighteenth century France, Silver, chrysoberyls © The Decorative Arts / Lawrence Sully Jaulmes

Georgian Diamond Ring Rings were usually styled with a large central stone in the center surround by smaller stones. It was common that the larger central stone was not as valuable as the surrounding stones or was not a stone at all but a paste. This style was commonly created with diamonds

Georgian Diamond Ring Rings were usually styled with a large central stone in the center surround by smaller stones. It was common that the larger central stone was not as valuable as the surrounding stones or was not a stone at all but a paste. This style was commonly created with diamonds

Georgian Silver & Paste Diamond Snowflake Lace Pin Brooch c. 1810      (I pinned this because I think it would be easy to find a similar modern brooch to achieve a "period look" for a costume. Maybe on the front of a turban with some fabulous ostrich feathers? What do you think?)

Georgian Silver & Paste Diamond Snowflake Lace Pin Brooch c. 1810 (I pinned this because I think it would be easy to find a similar modern brooch to achieve a "period look" for a costume. Maybe on the front of a turban with some fabulous ostrich feathers? What do you think?)

Antique Georgian Amethyst Paste Lace Pin Brooch Circa 1820

Antique Georgian Amethyst Paste Lace Pin Brooch Circa 1820

A LATE GEORGIAN GOLD AND FOILED GEM BROOCH, CIRCA 1830. Of openwork cluster design set with cushion-shaped foiled garnets, citrines and emerald points, suspending a matching stylised fowerhead cluster drop, 9.0cm. #Georgian #antique #brooch

A LATE GEORGIAN GOLD AND FOILED GEM BROOCH, CIRCA 1830. Of openwork cluster design set with cushion-shaped foiled garnets, citrines and emerald points, suspending a matching stylised fowerhead cluster drop, 9.0cm. #Georgian #antique #brooch

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