My first excitement in the world of antique jewelry came when I pointedly began researching in the summer of 2014, two years before opening the Curio, was the accessibility of Georgian jewelry. A lot has changed in the past decade regarding the price and the possibility of owning an object that is over 200 years old; so when I, rarely have the opportunity to bring something comparatively affordable into the curio, like this faux stone glass fob, I will jump at the chance to do so. A wonderful, all original fob circa 1790-1810, with a sterling top, the body posesses a most excellent pink color and the sharp edges would make enviable impressions into all the sealing wax you can fathom.
Age/origin; English, 1790-1810
Size: 25mm in height, 4.7g in weight
Condition: Some wear, but overall excellent for her age!
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