How to Make the Perfect Pair of Antique Jewelry, Antique Earrings and Antique Accessories
Posted On July 28, 2021
Today, we’ll talk about some of the best antiques and treasures to get you started on your antiques journey.
As a whole, we have an eclectic collection of treasures, but our most prized collection of antiques is a collection of jewelry, bracelets and earrings made in the 19th century by Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette.
The jewellery in this collection is from the early 17th century, when Louis XVI was known as Louis XVI.
Louis was famous for his fancy jewellery, and his collection included beautiful pieces like the crown of thorns, diamonds, emeralds and sapphires.
There is a large amount of antique and antiques jewelry in this section of the collection, which includes a necklace made of an antique gold chain, and a diamond earring.
As a child growing up in the 1700s, Louis XVI would have been extremely excited to see his collection of jewellery on display, and he would often make gifts to guests at his private homes.
His personal collection of precious items would include an ancient scroll, an ancient compass and an ancient knife.
If you have a desire to own some of these antique pieces of jewellry, the best way to do so is to get a membership to the Society of Antiquaries.
In fact, the Society has members all over the world, and you can even buy a membership for yourself at the Museum of Fine Arts in London.
At the time, the most expensive item in the collection was a pair of gold earrings with a stone on them made by a woman named Elisabeth Moseley in 1796.
Since the early 1800s, the jewelery in this piece of jewelry was in the private collections of Louis XVI, and this is where you can get the best price for this antique piece of jewelling.
Another important antique jewellery piece in the Louis XVI collection was the necklace that he made for his niece Marie Antinette.
It is made of gold and silver, and it is quite rare to find it.
Although the necklace is only worth about $25,000 today, Louis was able to sell it to a collector in France for about $3,000, and the woman who purchased it later sold it to the Museum for over $50,000.
These are some of my favorite antiques in the world that we have in our collection, and we also have some of our most sought after items in the Antiques section of our site.
To get started on this journey of collecting, you can read all about the jewelry we have at our Antiques and Jewelry page.
We also have our guide to antique furniture, antiques, jewelry and furniture accessories in our Antique & Jewellery section.
Finally, as always, if you have any questions about any of these items or other antiques or treasures, don’t hesitate to email us at [email protected]