During the Georgian era, when new sources of silver were found in silver-rich South America, the production of silver jewelry flourished. Silver was the most popular type of metal for making jewelry in Europe at the time and has remained one of our most prized jewelry-making materials to this day.
Wrought with symbolism, this unreal example features a customized drop of symbolism including a heart, a cross, an anchor, and a steel-cut anchor. The top element features a large crown and laurel leaves.
Materials and Features: Silver
Age/Origin: French, 18th C, c. 1760
Measurements: 45.3 grams, 10"
Condition: Excellent condition. Minor associated age wear.
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