Sale - wax seal necklace charms from the Georgian era (1714 - 1830) and the Victorian era (1837 - 1901) - making room for new inventory, some charms are being retired, some are just a little smaller than the norm, some the details may not be as crisp as I'd like, and now they are available to you at deeply discounted pricing, more than 50% off the regular cost.
- description -
Imagery, size, and symbolism varies by charm. You will receive the charm shown in the photograph, as is. There are no description cards but I'm sure you'll enjoy researching the seal.
The wax seal charm metal varies by charm - either fine silver or sterling silver (.999 pure silver or .925 silver).
The charms will arrive in a little plastic bag, no fancy packaging. All sales final.
Red signifies sold.
The first and second photos depict all of the sale charms.
All wax seal charms, in all photos, will be identified from left to right, top to bottom. Updated photos and listing 3/3/21
photo 3 - measure between 3/8" - 1/2"
$15 each -
wind vane, eye, tiny grapes,
woman widow, skeleton,
sailboat, magic lantern,
photo 4 - measure between 1/2" - 5/8"
cupid pickaxe, cupid heart, hand fleur de lis,
cupid sailboat 1, 2, cupid torch, fleur de lis, cupid wings
anchor, winged wheel, sun, cupid on world, rose england forever
Find more sale charms here.
- photographed with a US dime for scale
Impressed with history!