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SALE Amazing Vintage Egyptian Revival Pharaoh by FlorentiaJewels

SALE Amazing Vintage Egyptian Revival Pharaoh by FlorentiaJewels

Art Nouveau scarab beetle emerald gold broach. http://www.annabelchaffer.com/categories/Designer-Jewelery/

Art Nouveau scarab beetle emerald gold broach. http://www.annabelchaffer.com/categories/Designer-Jewelery/

Gaaaaaaaa! Yes! -K-   *Art Nouveau Sterling and Amber Egyptian Revival Scarab Pendant, Circa 1900.

Art Nouveau Sterling and Amber Egyptian Revival Scarab Pendant

Gaaaaaaaa! Yes! -K- *Art Nouveau Sterling and Amber Egyptian Revival Scarab Pendant, Circa 1900.

Pharaoh's Gal... A 1920s 30s EGYPTIAN REVIVAL Art Deco All Hand Made Sweater

Pharaoh's Gal... A 1920s 30s EGYPTIAN REVIVAL Art Deco All Hand Made Sweater with Figural and Lotus Motifs

Egyptian Revival Amethyst and Enamel Pendant. Ancient & Modern "Harp" -our kinda stlye (already have "Ruff Cut" of the design.)

Egyptian Revival Amethyst and Enamel Pendant. Ancient & Modern "Harp" -our kinda stlye (already have "Ruff Cut" of the design.)

Highly Important Egyptian Revival Pharaoh Portrait Brooch by Carlo Giuliano | From a unique collection of vintage brooches at https://www.1stdibs.com/jewelry/brooches/brooches/

Egyptian Revival Pharaoh Diamond Pearl Ruby Enamel Gold Brooch by Carlo Giuliano

Highly Important Egyptian Revival Pharaoh Portrait Brooch by Carlo Giuliano | From a unique collection of vintage brooches at https://www.1stdibs.com/jewelry/brooches/brooches/

Ever the rage during the 1800s, this Italian micro mosaic of a scarab beetle sends echoes from the time of pharaohs and pyramids. Fascinated by all things Egyptian and exotic, the Victorians often held soirees to unveil, well actually unwrap, the most recently acquired mummy. It was certainly no stretch of the imagination for jewelers of the times to incorporate motifs from ancient periods, such as this example of an Egyptian archaeological revival brooch. ca 1860-70

Black Starr & Frost Natural Pearl Ring

Ever the rage during the 1800s, this Italian micro mosaic of a scarab beetle sends echoes from the time of pharaohs and pyramids. Fascinated by all things Egyptian and exotic, the Victorians often held soirees to unveil, well actually unwrap, the most recently acquired mummy. It was certainly no stretch of the imagination for jewelers of the times to incorporate motifs from ancient periods, such as this example of an Egyptian archaeological revival brooch. ca 1860-70

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