An superb early Victorian Royal Arch Chapter jewel. This early Victorian jewel is dated AD 1851, and next to it is engraved the masonic date of AL 5851.
The other side bears the name of its maker, W. Evans, 26 Gt. Queen St. London. A few very minor imperfections as one might expect in a jewel which is over 160 years old, mentioned just for the sake of accuracy.
A beautiful and highly recommended jewel which comes with its original Victorian hanger. The jewel is silver-gilt although not marked. Its total length is just ubder 15 cm, and the jewel itself measures 7cm x 4cm.
This is a Georgian style jewel, much larger than the smaller Victorian style Chapter jewels which became popular in the 1860's. Catalogue No. TH 602. Learn More
A superb very large mid-Victorian Royal Arch Chapter jewel in silver-gilt with a London Hallmark for 1860 including the portrait of Queen Victoria. This 150 year old jewel is engraved with the dates AD 1861 and AL 5861, and it also has the date and place of its presentation, 18th March Sheffield, which is very unusual to find on a jewel of this age.
The total length is 12 cm, and the jewel itself measures 6.5 cm x 4 cm.
A truly lovely jewel with its original hanger.Catalogue No. TH602. Learn More
A fine Victorian Watchcase Royal Arch Chapter Member's jewel circa 1880. A truly superb jewel in gilt with a very ornate hanger.
The jewel itself is very bright, and the glass is in excellent condition.
Its total length is 10.5 cm, and the jewel itself measures 4.5 cm x 3 cm.
Cat. No. 606a.