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Tudor-era fragrance bottle, or c. Carved panels of opaline chalcedony with rubies, spinels, diamonds and gold. Part of the Cheapside Hoard discovered in from Museum of London exhibition "The Cheapside Hoard: London’s Lost Jewels"(Museum of London.

Cheapside Hoard bejewelled scent bottle inspires a 17th century perfume

In collaboration with master perfumer Roja Dove, the Museum of London rediscovers the fragrance of Jacobean London as part of its Cheapside Hoard exhibition.

"Selection of Cheapside Hoard rings. 2 flower shaped rings, one set with cabochon emeralds; another enameled and set with garnets. Two gold rings set with sapphire. One gold ring set with a table cut diamond and enameled. Renaissance Jewelry, Medieval Jewelry, Ancient Jewelry, Old Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Jewelery, Vintage Jewelry, Fine Jewelry, Vintage Rings

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gold with traces of black enamel has seven mirror-backed facetted glass pastes. these 'vauxhall pastes' were flat-backed glass paste gems whose facetted surface was reflected in the mirrored back giving an illusion of depth. Jewelry Box, Jewelry Rings, Jewelry Accessories, Jewelry Design, Gold Jewelry, Cartier Jewelry, Tiffany Jewelry, Fine Jewelry, Ancient Jewelry

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A gold, enamel and gem-set flask with screw top and chain. This richly decorated bottle was designed to contain perfume made from flower distillations and spices which were widely used. Part of the Cheapside Hoard--late century - early century Perfumes Vintage, Antique Perfume Bottles, Celebrity Perfume, Perfume Making, London Museums, Beautiful Perfume, Best Perfume, White Enamel, Or Antique

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Discover the history of London at the Museum of London, near St Paul's and Barbican. The greatest stories from the greatest city in nine galleries.

The Cheapside Hoard - Century English Jewelry - Holly West Renaissance Jewelry, Ancient Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry, Holly West, Commonplace Book, Royal Jewels, Gemstone Colors, Jewelery

The Cheapside Hoard - 17th Century English Jewelry - Holly West

In 1912, workmen discovered a box of jewelry hidden under the floorboards of a house in Cheapside. The jewelry has been dated to between 1600-1650, and it was the work of a jeweler who supplied jewelry to wealthy merchants and their wives. This discovery, which included about 230 pieces of jewelry, is known as the … Continue reading The Cheapside Hoard – 17th Century English Jewelry

Late Elizabethan-early Stuart Era: Gold shepherd's crook hairpin set with tiny turquoise cabochons (late - early from the Cheapside Hoard discovered in London 1912 Ancient Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry, Coral Turquoise, Turquoise Jewelry, Pelo Vintage, Stick Pins, Ancient Artifacts, Hair Ornaments

Gold hairpin enamelled and set with turquoise: 16th -17th century

Gold hairpin enamelled and set with turquoise: 16th -17th century by . Museum quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, and canvases. Museum of London

From the Museum of London's Cheapside Hoard, a cameo locket showing the head of Christ and the Virgin Mary in bloodstone Ancient Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry, Renaissance Jewelry, Medieval Jewelry, Cameo Jewelry, Jewellery, London Museums, Jewelry Collection

Cheapside Hoard Jewelry to Sparkle at the Museum of London | Artinfo

The Museum of London is set to open a new exhibition featuring the entire collection of the Cheapside Hoard jewelry

A selection of items from the Cheapside Hoard: London'’s Lost Jewels exhibition at Museum of London. Picture: Museum of London

Museum of London Hosts ‘The Cheapside Hoard: London’s Lost Jewels’ Exhibit

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Gold dress ornament enamelled and set with star-cut garnets. Part of the Cheapside hoard. Date 1501 AD - 1625 AD Renaissance Jewelry, Medieval Jewelry, Jewelry Art, Antique Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry, Great Fire Of London, London Museums, Garnet Jewelry, Ancient Artifacts

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Garnet Pendant at the Cheapside Hoard Exhibition, Museum of London. Portrait behind is Elizabeth Vernon, Countess of Southampton, who wears a similar pair. Pendant Jewelry, Jewelry Necklaces, Jewellery Box, Jewellery Display, Beaded Jewelry, Jewellery Exhibition, Renaissance Jewelry, Garnet Pendant, London Museums

Historic London – The Cheapside Hoard, London's Lost Jewels #cheapsidehoard:

Historic London - The Cheapside Hoard - London's Lost Jewels at the Museum of London. An exhibition of Elizabethan Jewellery.

Some “mystery jewels” were also found in the Cheapside Hoard. This gold piece with white enamel and Colombian emeralds is thought to be a fan holder. Large feathers for a fan could be attached on the flared side, and the holder could be attached to a chain on the other end. Courtesy of the Museum of London; Renaissance Jewelry, Medieval Jewelry, Ancient Jewelry, Old Jewelry, Antique Jewellery, Vintage Jewelry, Fine Jewelry, Poison Ring, Large Feathers

Some “mystery jewels” were also found in the Cheapside Hoard. This gold piece with white enamel and Colombian emeralds is thought to be a fan holder. Large feathers for a fan could be attached on the flared side, and the holder could be attached to a chain on the other end. Courtesy of the Museum of London;

The Cheapside Hoard: London's Lost Jewels. The gems were buried by the Great Fire in 1666 Great Fire Of London, The Great Fire, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Ancient Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Cheap Sides, Poison Ring, Tudor Era

The dodgy jeweller at the heart of the Cheapside Hoard Mystery

The mystery of how a dazzling hoard of jewels lay abandoned under the floorboards of a house in the City of London for 250 years may have been solved after an investigation into a dodgy jeweller.The