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Georgian remembrance ring. Circa 1760-1820 navette shaped mourning ring in 14k gold which reads: " Not Lost But Gone Before."    Weeping willow and urn painted on ivory.

Georgian Era Sepia Painted Weeping Willow Mourning Ring - "not lost but gone before" century

1870 Victorian Tear bottle. Those mourning the loss of loved ones would collect their tears in bottles. When the tears had evaporated, the mourning period would end.

1870 Victorian Tear bottle - Those mourning their loss would collect their tears in bottles. When the tears evaporated, the mourning period would end.

Georgian Pearl Mourning Ring "In memory of a beloved sister-in-law died 30 Oct

regency bed steps

English late Regency painted bed steps, circa With three leather-inset treads, the top step fitted to the side with a drawer (formerly enclosing a bidet) and the second drawer sliding forward (to a former chamber pot compartment).

Georgian Antique Necklace SHrine CANNETILLE  by vintagesparkles $875.00

Georgian Antique Necklace SHrine CANNETILLE by vintagesparkles $875.00

This mourning ring features a sepia painting of an urn on ivory, surrounded by weeping willows made of tiny pieces of hair

A mourning ring is a finger ring worn in memory of someone who has died. It often bears the name and date of death of the person, and possibly an image of them, or a motto. They were usually paid for.

Antique Georgian Rose Cut Diamond Crowned Heart Ring. A foil backed pear shape rose cut diamond weighing approximately 0.55 carat is accented with rose cut diamonds totaling approximately 0.05 carat mounted in silver topped yellow gold. The central motif of the ring measures approximately 1/2 inch by 1/2 inch. c 1790s

Antique Georgian Rose Cut Diamond Crowned Heart Ring

View this item and discover similar bridal rings for sale at - A foil backed pear shape rose cut diamond weighing approximately carat is accented with rose cut diamonds totaling approximately carat mounted

A painted eye portrait ring The glazed marquise-shaped panel painted to depict an eye, within a border of cushion-cut diamonds, the panel later mounted to a late 18th/early 19th century gold shank, with engraved decoration, together with an unassociated Georgian ring box.

Painted eye portrait ring, glazed marquise-shaped panel painted to depict an eye within a border of cushion-cut diamonds, the panel later mounted to a late to early century gold shank with engraved decoration, together with a Georgian ring box

Ivory necklace with medallion portrait of Johann Georg I of Saxony  Zeller, Jacob (ivory carvers) Dresden, shortly before 1618

Ivory necklace with medallion portrait of Johann Georg I of Saxony Zeller, Jacob (ivory carvers) Dresden, shortly before 1618

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