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"Faberge's Twins" Brooch - William Harper 14K and 24K gold, gold cloisonné enamel on fine silver, sterling silver, tourmalines, and pearl

Brooch, ca. 1900 Manufacturer: Georges Fouquet (French, 1862–1957); Designer: Alphonse Mucha (Czech, 1860–1939) Gold, enamel, mother-of-pearl, opal, emerald, colored stones, gold paint

Lombard disk brooch with cameo and cabochons -- Roman cameo (1st/3rd century CE) mounted on a Lombard gold sheet (6th/7th century CE) with wire workmanship and glass (red and green cabochons) -- Metropolitan Museum

Head of Medusa, mid-19th century Benedetto Pistrucci (Italian, 1783–1855) England Red jasper cameo, mounted in gold with white enamel by Carlo Giuliano

Pendant Brooch with Cameo of Enthroned Virgin and Child, cameo 11th–12th century; Rus' mount 12th–14th century Byzantine (Constantinople)

Lalique - around 1900 - Pendant with chain. Museum of Applied Arts - Budapest. Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Watch Pin, 1900, Riker Brothers

1670-1675 French Watch at the Metropolitan Museum of Watch, New York - I love the gold filigree work on this piece. After looking at numerous watch cases from the 17th century, each one incredibly ornate and intricate, I'm starting to believe that watches themselves were luxury goods that people would show off as a reflection of their socio-economic status. Would someone who knows more on this be able to enlighten us?