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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
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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
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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;
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