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.
- description -
Imagery, size, and symbolism varies by charm. You will receive the charm shown in the photograph, as is. If I have a description card it will be included, if not 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 photo depicts a mass grouping 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 11/19/20
photos 2 and 3 - measure approximately 3/8" - 1/2" - $18 each -
tiny cross, tiny forget me not, tiny thistle, bird on anchor,
small eye, antelope?, owl
photos 4 and 5 - measure between 1/2" - 5/8" - $22 each
winged wheel, hand fleur de lis, faith hope charity ring (ring size 4, 3/8" width),
hearts world, rectangular thistle, round scottish thistle
photos 6 and 7 - measure approximately 5/8" - $26 each
forget me not, witch, lantern,
peacock, eye, nantucket
- photographed with an old US dime for scale
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Impressed with history!