Whether they are from an iconic collection from a prestigious Maison de Joaillerie or from an emblematic period of jewelry, you will find second-hand pendants appraised by our professional sellers who will enlighten you on the history of these jewels. Second hand Van Cleef & Arpels pendants, second hand Dinh Van pendants, second hand Boucheron pendants, second hand Chaumet pendants, second hand Pomellato pendants, second hand Chopard pendants, second hand Poiray pendants, Art Nouveau pendants, Art Deco or Retro, a quality selection to wear around the neck.
Souvenir pendant in 18 karat (750 thousandths) yellow gold. Souvenir pendant opening with recto-verso decoration of a circular frieze of ivy in relief. Inside, you can slip a photograph or a lock of hair. Art Nouveau pendant, around 1900/1920.
In the symbols of love language, ivy was an expression of attachment, constancy and fidelity. Much jewelry in the early 19th century was adorned with these secret messages.
Art Deco mother-of-pearl pendant in 18 karat (750 thousandths) yellow gold decorated with a neoclassical scene by the engraver Lamourdedieu. This pendant features an engraved mother-of-pearl plate depicting a loving couple hugging in the center of a room, outside a woman turning back in the rain. The plate is held by five claws in a gold surround. It bears the signature "R.LAMOURDEDIEU" at the bottom right. Pendant from the Art Deco period, France, around 1930.
Eagle's head hallmark, goldsmith's hallmark Eugène Martin (active from 1920), signature R.Lamourdedieu.
Raoul Lamourdedieu (1877-1953) was a French sculptor and medalist. He joined the School of Fine Arts in Bordeaux in 1894 and continued his studies at the Fine Arts in Paris with Alexandre Falguière and Alexandre Charpentier, both sculptors and painters. During his life as an artist, he participated in the sculpted decoration of the Grand Palais in Paris, he created the fountain in the garden of the Petit Palais, and other sculptures that will travel around the world.
In 1933, Charles Fegdal in Art and Artists said of him: " Larmoudedieu is a sculptor crazy about stone, as such a painter was crazy about drawing. »
Art Nouveau pendant in 9 karat gold (375 thousandths). Oblong in shape, the pendant is made of openwork lines embellished with leaves and set with pearls. In the center, three peridots decorate the pendant and a last pendant peridot adorns the lower part of the pendant. The bail takes the form of a leaf, set with pearls.
English pendant from the Art Nouveau period.
Height: 5,2 in. (XNUMX cm) Width: 2,1 cm
Note: the pendant is made of natural pearls and glass pearls. Condition: scratches and scuffs.
Total weight of peridots: 0,82 carats; the central peridot weighs 0,40 carats Weight: 2,58 gr.
Mary stands straight, her arms outstretched from which rays radiate towards the ground. These are the graces that Mary distributes. The snake is crushed by Mary's heel; a reminder of the Genesis prophecy that "through woman you have sinned and it is through woman that you will receive salvation"
Photo pendant in 18 karat (750 thousandths) yellow gold in circular shape. A photo or a lock of hair can be slipped between the two glasses. The upper part, under the bail, unscrews to open the pendant. The outline is decorated with green gold braces, a symbol of attachment and affection. French jewel from the end of the 19th century.
Born in 1873 in Alençon, Thérèse Martin had the unusual ambition of becoming a great saint. At fifteen, she entered one of the most austere convents, the Carmel of Lisieux after soliciting the pope in person at the Vatican.
Jewel type: Medal
Metal: 18k yellow gold (750/1000)
Weight: g 2.9
Dimension: 20mm x 14mm (bail not included)
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Very pretty 18k (750°/°°°) white and yellow gold medallion and fine pearl representing a rose in a geometric frame.
This medal has the particularity of having been made between the Art Nouveau style (flowery pattern and curved lines) and the Art Deco style (very geometric). So we have in this gem the best of both worlds!
French work from the 1910s.
Presence of an eagle's head hallmark and a maker's mark (C + 4-leaf clover) on the bail.
Further information :
Condition: Excellent general condition, tiny scratches from use, see photos
Antique cameo pendant in yellow gold, 750 thousandths, 18 carats and rose-cut diamonds on silver.
Pendant formed by a cameo on a shell, bezel set and surrounded by rose-cut diamonds set in silver. The cameo represents the profile of a woman, her hair combed. The bail is composed of three rose-cut diamonds set in silver.
Vintage pendant from the 1930s
Pendant height: 6.5cm; Pendant width: 3.8cm
Materials: Silver, 18 carat gold
Style: Art Deco
Length with bail: 6.50 cm, Length: 5.00cm, Width at the widest: 3.8 cm, Thickness: 7 mm. Weight: approximately 17.10 g. Old jewel - Work first half of the XNUMXth century.
Our opinion: The combination of gold and aged silver accentuates the old charm of this cameo. Our old jewels have an experience and a history which contributes to their charm, but can sometimes leave traces, here, as you can see, a diamond has been changed at the bottom right of the pattern, two strokes are visible on the back side of the pendant.
18k (750 thousandths) yellow gold pendant set with a faceted oval citrine in 4-claw setting, in a yellow gold entourage.
Vintage pendant from the 1950s
Necklace length: 2.80 cm; Pendant Height: 0.80cm; Pendant width: 1.80 cm
Materials: 18k gold
Citrine is the birthstone for November.
In lithotherapy, citrine is known to have a positive and invigorating influence. Acting against negative thoughts, it provides inner serenity. In addition to its calming qualities, citrine attracts prosperity and abundance.
Weight: 4.18 gr. Hallmarks: possible owl (work of uncertain origin in 750/1000 gold) Dimensions of the citrine: 1.5cm long by 1cm wide Length with bail 2.8 cm Width 1.8cm Thickness 0.8cm