A beautiful golden yellow cultured South Sea pearl dangles at the center of this fabulous 14k white gold necklace.
The curving links of the 16" necklace are set with 157 round brilliant diamonds. The pearl is approximately 12.7mm x 13.0 mm. The diamonds weigh approximately 2.0 cts. Total weight is approximately 31.3 grams. Appraisal included.Shop Now
The boxwood (Buxus Sempervirens) is an attractive evergreen that has graced formal gardens for centuries and continues to be used at Mount Vernon for decorative edgings.
This lovely jewelry, inspired by boxwood cuttings from George Washington's beloved estate, is created exclusively by Silver Seasons. Artist Michael Michaud uses the lost-wax casting method in making this jewelry. He perfects this technique by creating models from natural elements and manipulating these "copies of nature" into his designs. Each piece is made of hand patinaed bronze with white freshwater pearls.
The drop earrings measure approximately 1 ½". The earring wires are sterling silver.Shop Now
The Washington family coat-of-arms is surmounted by a "flying griffin," a mythological creature that was featured on the family crest for generations.
George Washington placed the crest -- a winged lion's body with a bird's head -- on many of his most important possessions, including his bookplate, silver plate, and presidential coach. In 1757 Washington acquired a mahogany version of his coat-of-arms, which he placed in the front parlor, "the best room in my house."
This pin is a beautiful adaptation and is available in 24kt gold plated over bronze, sterling silver, and 14kt gold.Shop Now
A symbol of freedom and liberty, the original key to the infamous French prison, the Bastille, was presented to George Washington by the Marquis de Lafayette, a leader of the French Revolution. He served under George Washington during the American Revolutionary War, and they became lifelong friends.
This unique jewelry reproduction of the Bastille key is available in 14kt. gold and sterling silver.Shop Now
In jewelry, George Washington preferred what was simple and utilitarian. These are adaptations from English cufflinks, circa 1790, which were worn by George Washington. The original cufflinks, gold and enameled, are on display in Washington Style Gallery of The Donald W. Reynolds Museum and Education Center at Mount Vernon.
These gold-tone handsome adaptations are 22kt gold plate over copper and have the same navy and white enamel design of the originals. The enamel faces of the oval cufflinks measure approximately ½" x ¾” and are finished in French (or vitreous) enamel that is hand applied over the copper and fired in a kiln to set the colors. Each piece may be fired up to 10 times in the kiln resulting in an elegant but durable finish. In a navy gift box with provenance card included.Shop Now
The decoration of this money clip is a hand-painted U. S. silver dollar. The reverse of the silver dollar has been painted deep blue with the details painted gold, red, navy blue, green and white. After the artist painted and fired the coin, a protective finish was baked onto it.
This unique oval money clip is 2" x 3/4" and the silver dollar is 1 ½" in diameter. Made in the USA.Shop Now
These elegant American flag cufflinks and tie-tack are handcrafted entirely of semiprecious gemstones. The stripes of the flag are mother of pearl and red jasper with fifty white stars engraved in blue lapis encased in sterling silver.
The beautifully boxed cufflinks and tie-tack measure ¾” x ½” each.
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