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1 ) Gold Horse Equestrian Bracelet
Horse/Equestrian reverse intaglio crystal in gold bracelet. Marked "14ct" American, circa 1920.


Jewellery | Horse |
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Click to see full size: Gold set cameo brooch of a French horse racing scene

2 ) Gold set cameo brooch of a French horse racing scene.
Remarkable and rare helmet shell cameo intricately carved with five horses racing, spectators and a royal box. Possibly Chantilly, mounted in an elaborate gold frame. French, circa 1880.


Jewellery | Horse | Yr: 1880 |
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3 ) Horse Pendant
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Jewellery | Horse |
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4 ) Gold Horse Bracelet SOLD
A very finely made gold horse expandable linked horse bracelet. The extremely fine sand cast horse's head wears a single rope bridle decorated with a pair of old cut diamonds, an old cut emerald, and oriental pearls. The sand cast expandable links cast with scrolling decoration. American, circa 1900


Jewellery | Horse | Yr: 1900 |
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5 ) Horse Bar Brooch
14ct gold bar brooch in the shape of a whip, with reverse Intaglio crystal black horse. Circa 1910. Reverse intaglio crystals are commonly and erroneously often called Essex Crystals.


Jewellery | Horse |
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6 ) Stick Pin of a Horse
Horse head pin by 'Fix' A stick pin of a bridled horses head by Bijoux Fix. The reverse marked 'FIX' and the pin stamped. FIX (Bijoux FIX) was founded in 1823 and is credited to have invented the laminated gold technique often known today as rolled gold. Lamination bonds a thick layer of gold onto a base metal whereas plating adds a thin layer of gold normally by a chemical or electrolytic process. FIX became a generic name used when speaking of the finest quality gold overlayed products. They produced well designed art-nouveau items that had a substantial gold layer on a base metal. French, circa 1920


Jewellery | Horse | Yr: 1920 |
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7 ) A paste brooch of a horse head
A paste brooch of a horse head. French, circa 1900


Jewellery | Horse | Yr: 1900 |
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8 ) Reverse intaglio gold equestrian horse pin
Gold Equestrian Horse pin circa 1910-20


Jewellery | Horse | Yr: 1910 |
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Click to see full size: A patinated bronze and gold horse head stick pin

9 ) A patinated bronze and gold horse head stick pin
A patinated bronze horse head, wearing a gold bridle, stick pin. French, circa 1860. Such work was done by Jean-Valentin Morel (1794-1860) et Henri Duponchel (Morel et Duponchel) based at Rue Neuve Saint Augustin. Their work was retailed in the rich Parisian market.


Jewellery | Horse | Yr: 1860 |
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10 ) Gold Hunting crop
Gold Hunting crop set with natural pearls. English,circa 1905.


Jewellery | Other | Yr: 1905 |
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11 ) Horse Stick Pin


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12 ) Reverse intaglio Horse Cufflinks


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13 ) "Horse Racing" SOLD
Old cut Diamond, Silver set, Gold backed, Gold detailing to the reins enamelled Jockeys's silks in owners's colours, Horses with Ruby set eyes. English, Circa 1890


Jewellery | Sporting | Yr: 1890 |
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14 ) Jockey 'colours' lapel pin
Jockey "colours" lapel pin sapphire diam, and rubies. American, circa 1940.


Jewellery | Sporting | Yr: 1940 |
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15 ) Miniature carved and painted on mother of pearl of jockey up on "Mercutio"
Miniature carved and painted on mother of pearl of jockey up on "Mercutio"


Jewellery | Sporting |
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