Cameo -- White Jasperware With Blue Dip And Applied White Bas-Relief, Staffordshire, England c. 1780-1800
Belt Clasp with a Woman Making a Sacrifice - Lady Elizabeth Templetown (English 1747-1823) Designer And Josiah Wedgwood And Sons (English 1759 to Present) Metalworker - Jasperware, Steel And Tin c.1780-1800
Cameo: Jupiter and Io: Milan, Prague, 4th Quarter 16th Century or in 1600, 1600/08
Young Woman with a Torch and Vase Giovanni Pichler (1734–1791)
Antique Original 17th Century Hand Carved by HighEndSilverJewelry
Etching ridiculing a Frenchwoman, as an Englishman shoots at birds nesting in her wig, 1775.
Gentleman's Queue Bag 18th Century Gentlemen wore a queue bag to "contain the pony tail" of their own hair or a wig to keep their collars and clothes clean from the powder and pomade used in hair styling at that time. Silk, Linen
18th Century Powdered Wigs | Some tidbits about 18th century wigs...