A jewelled and enamelled gold necklace by Carlo & Arthur Giuliano in the renaissance taste, the lozenge shaped pendant set with diamonds and rubies and hung with a pearl, suspended from an openwork necklace mounted with pearls and diamonds and enamelled black and white in the manner of the English sixteenth century. Contained in its original silk and velvet lined fitted leather case. London circa 1890 Pendant 6.6cm
Close up of an important Renaissance-revival gold and enamel gem-set neckalce by Carlo and Arthur Giuliano, the gold openwork links applied with vivid enamel in tones of yellow and green supporting festoons and fringes of various circular and pear-shaped coloured stones including pink, blue and yellow sapphire, rubies and purple spinel, measuring approximately 15" in length, signed C. & A.G, circa 1895-1914
AN ANTIQUE BANDED AGATE DIAMOND AND PEARL CAMEO PENDANT The oval black and white agate cameo depicting Cupid and Psyche to the rose-cut diamond radiating surround with pearl finials, pendant drop and diamond-set suspension loop, mounted in silver and gold, pearls untested, circa 1880, 7.2 cm long, in purple silk fitted case
A rare 16th century gold jewel Of oval form, in the foreground a maiden bathing by a fountain, the water rendered in blue and white enamel, surrounded by her attendants, the background in polished and textured bas-relief depicting a castle with a figure at a window and a guard on a terrace looking on, within a polychrome enamel and foiled ruby frame, frame probably later, length 4.9cm.
Visiting dress, Frederic, London, ca. 1895-99. Forest green silk moiré & silk faille. Bodice trimmed with yellow ribbed silk at cuffs & under lapel. Sleeves puffed at shoulder and fitted at arm & cuff. High neck fastened with velvet ribbon and attached lace dickie over yellow satin. Skirt with slight train and hem trimmed with yellow silk and faced with moiré. Kent State Univ. Museum