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Staff Pick “Portrait of a Right Eye,” c. 1800, England: The fad for “eye miniatures” started in the late eighteenth century as a way for secret lovers to send a memento in which the owner of the eye was recognizable only to the recipient.

Staff Pick “Portrait of a Right Eye,” c. 1800, England: The fad for “eye miniatures” started in the late eighteenth century as a way for secret lovers to send a memento in which the owner of the eye was recognizable only to the recipient.

20 facts about me huh? Well let's get to it! I was tagged by the lovely @shadowfaerycreations and the gorgeous @poenut35 . 1.) My full first name is Mary Spotted Eagle Woman 2.) I am Native Creole (french native Black) Hawaiian Scottish Irish Udmurt (Natives of Russia) 3.) I am in a long distance relationship that breaks the rules of conventional dating (cuz i'mma rebel with my love!!!) 4.) I find it hard to have a real interest in any dude just because of his looks so i search for…

20 facts about me huh? Well let's get to it! I was tagged by the lovely @shadowfaerycreations and the gorgeous @poenut35 . 1.) My full first name is Mary Spotted Eagle Woman 2.) I am Native Creole (french native Black) Hawaiian Scottish Irish Udmurt (Natives of Russia) 3.) I am in a long distance relationship that breaks the rules of conventional dating (cuz i'mma rebel with my love!!!) 4.) I find it hard to have a real interest in any dude just because of his looks so i search for…

Portrait of a Woman's Left Eye, c. 1800, England (Philadelphia Museum of Art: Gift of Mrs. Charles Francis Griffith in memory of Dr. L. Webster Fox, 1936-6-13)

Portrait of a Woman's Left Eye, c. 1800, England (Philadelphia Museum of Art: Gift of Mrs. Charles Francis Griffith in memory of Dr. L. Webster Fox, 1936-6-13)

philamuseum:  Staff Pick: The fad for “eye miniatures” started in the late eighteenth century as a way for secret lovers to send a memento in which the owner of the eye was recognizable only to the recipient.“Portrait of a Right Eye,” c. 1800, England

philamuseum: Staff Pick: The fad for “eye miniatures” started in the late eighteenth century as a way for secret lovers to send a memento in which the owner of the eye was recognizable only to the recipient.“Portrait of a Right Eye,” c. 1800, England

Eye-catching, unique rose gold vermeil (Over sterling Silver) green sea glass pendant with 18 rose gold filled chain  The seaglass is hand collected from the beaches of North East England. Each piece of seaglass that gets washed up on the shore is unique therefore it creates a one of a kind piece of jewellery to be treasured.  An ideal gift for a special occasion.   Where does the seaglass come from?  Seaham was noted for its glass producing factories in the mid 1800s, but closed in 1921…

Green Sea Glass Rose Gold Vermeil Necklace

Eye-catching, unique rose gold vermeil (Over sterling Silver) green sea glass pendant with 18 rose gold filled chain The seaglass is hand collected from the beaches of North East England. Each piece of seaglass that gets washed up on the shore is unique therefore it creates a one of a kind piece of jewellery to be treasured. An ideal gift for a special occasion. Where does the seaglass come from? Seaham was noted for its glass producing factories in the mid 1800s, but closed in 1921…

One of the strangest chairs I've ever seen:  an unusual George III Gothic mahogany hall chair, circa 1800.

One of the strangest chairs I've ever seen: an unusual George III Gothic mahogany hall chair, circa 1800.

Antique 1800s New England Dark Woven Splint Egg Gathering BASKET w God's Eye

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Antique 1800s New England Dark Woven Splint Egg Gathering BASKET w God's Eye

Inlaid Bird’s Eye Maple Hepplewhite Sideboard, England , c.1800 | StanleyWeiss.com

Inlaid Bird’s Eye Maple Hepplewhite Sideboard, England , c.1800 | StanleyWeiss.com

Lover's Eye brooch, England, 1800's Pearls Exhibition at London’s V&A Museum | Jewels du Jour

Lover's Eye brooch, England, 1800's Pearls Exhibition at London’s V&A Museum | Jewels du Jour

Antique 1800's New England Hand Turned BIRD"S EYE MAPLE Massive Dough Bowl For Sale  North Bayshore Antiques

Antique 1800's New England Hand Turned BIRD"S EYE MAPLE Massive Dough Bowl For Sale North Bayshore Antiques

1800 ring from England or Italy depicts an enameled, masked face, with rose-cut diamond eyes and a border of even more rose-cut diamonds set in silver on gold.

1800 ring from England or Italy depicts an enameled, masked face, with rose-cut diamond eyes and a border of even more rose-cut diamonds set in silver on gold.

GEORGE III THREE-RING CUT GLASS DECANTERS England or Ireland, c1800-1810:Of the “Prussian” shape, each neck with a wide cut ring to the opening, above a slice-cut neck and shoulders, the necks with three annulated neck rings, all above a band of diamond prism cutting and two bands of finely-cut fluting; retaining the original cut bulls eye stoppers; lightly polished pontils.

GEORGE III THREE-RING CUT GLASS DECANTERS England or Ireland, c1800-1810:Of the “Prussian” shape, each neck with a wide cut ring to the opening, above a slice-cut neck and shoulders, the necks with three annulated neck rings, all above a band of diamond prism cutting and two bands of finely-cut fluting; retaining the original cut bulls eye stoppers; lightly polished pontils.