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Georgian Pink Topaz Maltese Cross Pendant

Georgian Pink Topaz Maltese Cross Pendant. Foiled pink topaz Maltese cross pendant, set in gold. Lady Emma Hamilton set the trend for Maltese crosses in the early nineteenth-century. She received one from Russian Emperor Paul I in 1800 and frequently wore it to balls and other events, and soon, Maltese crosses, worn as pendants and brooches, were in vogue. c1790

A 19th century quartz pendant Of quatrefoil design, set with four faceted quartz stones in closed-back setting, with half pearl and rose-cut diamond highlights, on later suspensory loop. [Assume early 19th century, looks more Georgian than Victorian in style and make.]

Georgian Garnet Pink and Precious Topaz Maltese Cross Pendant

Georgian Garnet Pink and Precious Topaz Maltese Cross Pendant. Garnet, pink and precious topaz, Maltese cross pendant, set in gold. c1790

A bespoke cross in white gold, pearls and diamonds, pictured next to the gouache. It has been set with star rubies and sapphires which were the client's own.

AN ANTIQUE SAPPHIRE, GARNET AND GOLD MALTESE CROSS BROOCH Centering upon an oval cabochon sapphire, within a white and blue enamel frame, accented by gold wirework, each similarly-set arm alternating with cabochon garnets, the reverse enhanced by decorative engraving, mounted in gold, (with retractable pendant loop for suspension), circa 1870

14k Gold Necklace, Emerald (3/4 ct. t.w.) and Diamond Accent Cross Pendant

14k Gold Necklace, Emerald (3/4 ct. t.w.) and Diamond Accent Cross Pendant Web ID: 693424

~A 19th century amethyst and diamond brooch. Designed as a cross, composed of oval-cut amethysts with a rose-cut diamond centre, mounted in silver and gold, later brooch fitting, length 4.8cm~

[Image 2] A JEWELLED AND ENAMELLED GOLD CROSS PENDANT AND CHAIN, GEORGIAN, LATE 17TH CENTURY, centred with a table-cut emerald within rubies and a sapphire, all collet-set within a turquoise-coloured enamel divided line border.