The Anne is a 14 karat yellow gold, 4-leaf clover pendant from the Retro era. Each of the heart shaped petals features a brushed finish. At the center of the pendant is a cluster of seed pearls.
The back of this pendant is hand engraved with the French phrase, "qu'hier que demain." The literal translation is "yesterday tomorrow" but the phrase is more commonly translated to "I love you more today and less than tomorrow." Below that is engraved "Anne from Terry 10-11-58."
The Margaret is a 14 karat white gold filigree necklace from the Edwardian era. The necklace was originally a pin but was updated and made into a necklace.
The Pauline started as a bar pin but was recently converted into a bar pendant. The original bar pin was made during the Edwardian era from platinum and diamonds. The...
The G.J. is a Hamilton railroad watch from 1933. The size 16 white gold filled case features original engraving on the back. The initials, G.J., were added later. Underneath the...