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Cameo -- White Jasperware With Blue Dip And Applied White Bas-Relief, Staffordshire, England  c. 1780-1800

Cameo -- White Jasperware With Blue Dip And Applied White Bas-Relief, Staffordshire, England c.

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

Art of the Day: Belt Clasp with a Woman Making a Sacrifice The jasperware medallions showing sacrificing priestesses were designed by Lady Templetown and Miss Crew for Josiah Wedgwood’s factory,.

Cameo: Jupiter and Io:     Milan, Prague,    4th Quarter 16th Century or in 1600, 1600/08

glyptic Cameo: Jupiter and Io Milan, Prague, Quarter of the Century or around Artist: Alessandro Masnago, (average) active in Milan - After 1612

Young Woman with a Torch and Vase  Giovanni Pichler  (1734–1791)

A hardstone cameo, depicting a young woman with a torch and vase, by Giovanni Pichler set in a yellow gold ring.

German, carved bone

shimmerandrot: “ Rosary, ca. German Ivory, silver, partially gilded mounts Each bead of the rosary represents the bust of a well-fed burgher or maiden on one side, and a skeleton on the.

Antique Original 17th Century Hand Carved by HighEndSilverJewelry

Antique Original Century Hand Carved by HighEndSilverJewelry

Etching ridiculing a Frenchwoman, as an Englishman shoots at birds nesting in her wig, 1775.

"Mlle des Faveurs a la Promenade a Londres" - Anonymous etching from about Satire on coiffures: A Frenchwoman with a ridiculously tall hair arrangement turns in amazement as an Englishman shoots at a flock of birds nesting in it.

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

Gentleman's Queue Bag 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. W L cm Morristown National Historic Park, MORR 3932

18th Century Powdered Wigs | Some tidbits about 18th century wigs...

Powdering Shirt 1755 Wig powder was made from finely ground starch that was scented with orange flower, lavender, or orris root.