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Georgian Jewellery

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Antique Georgian Silver Paste Brooch c.1820

One of our absolute favourite brooches in the collection, this gorgeous Georgian Silver Paste brooch features a squared-off oval outline of the most dazzling Diamond-like gems you'd ever wish to see! Made in the early 1800's, this piece exemplifies why we are so fascinated with antique Georgian jewellery today. It's chic, it's elegant, charming, but most of all is a...

Georgian Garnet Brooch, with Blonde Hair c.1820

A beautiful and most Georgian Garnet brooch full of personality! This exquisite antique Georgian brooch was made by hand during the early 1800's, and we can only imagine the love and care that went into crafting it. At the centre, a lock of rare blonde hair-work has been plaited and preserved under a glazed panel, whilst all around it a halo...

Georgian Silver Amethyst & Diamond Brooch

This Georgian Diamond brooch is good enough to eat, with its glittering rose cut Diamonds (and one table cut Diamond!) and superb natural Amethyst centre-stone! Set in Silver with a Gold back as was customary at the time, this stunning antique brooch is the perfect size for daily wear. It's small enough to be worn discreetly by day on a...

Antique 9ct Gold Georgian Pearl Brooch Pendant, with Chain c.1820

There's something really special about this Georgian Pearl brooch... it's hard to put your finger on whether it's the natural luminous Pearls, the curved glass, beautiful shape or the combination of those with the Rose Gold, but all in all, it's a real delight!The brooch is set in mellow 9ct Rose Gold, and we've simply added a Rose Gold chain...

Antique Georgian Citrine and Paste Brooch c.1830

This Georgian Citrine and Paste brooch is brimming with mystery and intrigue... It's beauty such that it's hard to believe it's nearly 200 years old! The brooch has been crafted with the ultimate care. Each stone was discovered, cut and polished by hand, then hand-set with a keen eye for detail.  The Paste gems are really beautiful! They still have...

Georgian Cut Steel Brooch c.1800

It's difficult to put the beauty and history encapsulated in this stunning cut steel brooch into words.  A genuine antique from the Georgian era, it was crafted some 200 years ago and yet..somehow it looks slick and modern! We can easily see it being worn on an oxidised silver chain or a black velvet ribbon about the neck, or pinned neatly at the...

Georgian Cut Steel brooch c.1830

This stylish Georgian cut steel brooch is a beautiful example of Georgian jewellery. Rare and highly collectible, cut steel has a fascinating history, but what we love best it how beautiful and versatile it is! The facets on this cut steel brooch gleam a wonderful gun-metal grey, and they glitter and dance like mad as you move! It can be...

Antique Georgian 15ct Gold Split Ring - (1.5cm) c.1820

A staple of Georgian and Victorian jewellery, "split rings" have a handy split through the centre which comes apart much like a key ring, allowing charms, fobs and pendants to be slipped on.  This pretty antique split ring has been crafted in solid 15ct Gold and is fairly large, measuring 1.5cm diameter. It's hand engraved with a floral style design all the...

Antique French Paste Silver Brooch c.1840

This rare beautiful early Victorian Paste Silver brooch was made around 1840 in France, and features the rare French "tete de sanglier" or Boar's head hallmark.  Although the design is typically Georgian this hallmark wasn't brought into play until 1837, so it's possible it was a Georgian button that was hallmarked after it's conversion from a button to brooch.  It's set...

Antique Georgian Black Dot Paste Silver Brooch Pin -c.1800

This exceptional antique Silver Paste brooch is a genuine Georgian piece with an attractive cross-like design, circa 1800.  “Paste” is a special type of leaded glass that was invented in 1724 during the Georgian era by a gentleman called Georges Frédéric Strass. It was an instant hit with high society, who in some cases even loved them better than Diamonds and...

9ct Gold Georgian Brooch c.1800

The beauty of this antique mourning brooch is such that it's hard to believe it was made during the 1800's during the Georgian period. It's clear to see it was crafted with care all those years ago, with lovely 9ct Rose Gold and 31 expertly set natural Pearls. The Pearls are luminous with a pretty ivory coloured lustre, are well matched...

Handcrafted Georgian Jewellery You’re Sure to Love

The Georgian period spanned from 1714 to 1837, making it the oldest of the major antique jewellery eras. Its pieces often feature exquisite metalwork full of depth and detail that can only be achieved with a high level of skilled artistry. They favoured rose-cut and flat-cut stones with large facets that were often foiled to enhance their natural beauty.

Explore our collection to see astonishing examples of such skill in our selection of pendants, earrings, brooches and Riviere necklaces.

Stunning Vintage Georgian Jewellery Motifs

Commonly featuring handcrafted 18ct Gold and Silver settings, vintage Georgian Jewellery was often very ornate with fantastic intaglio engraving, crimped collets and closed ‘button’ back settings. You’ll find that most of the pieces from this era used diamonds as well as colourful gemstones such as Garnets, Amethysts and Topaz that lend it a notably regal and vivid look.

Pieces of antique Georgian jewellery are hand-made works of art that are expertly crafted to be treasured for generations. These rare pieces make for cherished collector’s finds and are a sound investment for true antique jewellery lovers.