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An original map from the 1920sTotal size is 15 1/2 x 20 1/4 inches to edges of page. Horizontal fold across center. Otherwise overall nice condition. ... moreCheck our listings for more!
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Location: Harborton, United States
The map is dated 1906 on the bottom left corner. ANTIQUE ATLAS MAP OF SCOTLAND. It is in very good condition - note there is another map on the reverse ... moreside.
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Location: Audubon, United States
It is an old, original map that was rescued from an unusable atlas. You will receive the exact antique map in the photos. Condition is very good, age ... moreconsidered. This map would look great displayed in any room.
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Location: MANCHESTER, United Kingdom
This beautiful map is from The Imperial Atlas of Modern Geography by W.G. Blackie, published by Blackie and Son, London, 1860.
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Here is a nice 1819 dated book on astronomy in good original condition. This book was used to educate young naval officers about astronomy and reading ... morethe stars at night. It has a few fold out diagrams showing great detail.
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Location: Oakland, United States
This antique map from 1869 showcases the beautiful country of Scotland. Measuring at 8.5 x 7 inches, this piece is a true treasure for any collector or ... moreadmirer of historical cartography. The intricate details and accurate depiction of the Scottish landscape make it a wonderful addition to any collection.
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Location: Carmel Valley, United States
Weigh 20 grams. Good Condition as depicted. This will make a great addition to your collection or gift for a friend.
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This exquisite antique map of Scotland, measuring 13x11 inches, is a true gem for collectors of rare vintage items. Dating back to the year 1891, it offers ... morea glimpse into the past and showcases the stunning geography of this beautiful country. With intricate details and fine craftsmanship, this map is a testament to the skill of its makers. Whether you're a history enthusiast or a lover of vintage decor, this piece is sure to add a touch of elegance to any space. Don't miss out on the opportunity to own this one-of-a-kind treasure.
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Location: LONDON, United Kingdom
This map was published within the 1832 Reform Act for the purposes of showing the proposed electoral borough constituency. Caption below picture:'Lauder'., ... moreordered to be printed 29th June 1832 [Scottish Reform Act boundary report].
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Location: LONDON, United Kingdom
This map was published within the 1832 Reform Act for the purposes of showing the proposed electoral borough constituency. Caption below picture:'Lauder'., ... moreordered to be printed 29th June 1832 [Scottish Reform Act boundary report].
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Scotland 1641-1892 Antique colour map. 1907 Title of map: Scotland 1641-1892' The image below shows an enlarged cross section from the centre of the ... moremap to show the level of printed detail: DATE PRINTED: 1907 IMAGE SIZE: Approx 18.5 x 14.0cm. 7.25 x 5.5 inches(Medium) ARTIST/CARTOGRAPHER/ENGRAVER: Unsigned PROVENANCE: A School Atlas of English History" Edited by Samuel Rawson Gardiner; Published by Longmans. Green, Co. London. Please note that virtually all antique and vintage maps and prints have been extracted from books, atlases or newspapers. TYPE: Antique colour map VERSO: There is nothing printed on the reverse side. Which is plain CONDITION: Good; suitable for framing. Please check the scan for any blemishes prior to making your purchase. Virtually all antiquarian maps and prints are subject to some normal aging due to use and time which is not obtrusive unless otherwise stated. I offer a no questions asked return policy- see below. AUTHENTICITY: This is an authentic historic print. Published at the date stated above. I do not offer reproductions. It is not a modern copy. The term'original' when applied to a print means that it was printed at the first or original date of publication; it does not imply that the item is unique. Print' means any image created by applying an inked block to paper or card under pressure by any method including wood engraving, steel engraving, copperplate, wood cut and lithography. REMARKS: FRANCE: Gravures et Cartes anciennes. DEUTSCHLAND: Alte Lankarten und Stadt ansichten. ITALIA: Stampe& Mappe antiche. ESPAÑA: Mapas antiquos y impresiones antiguas. E and OE. Force Majeure. English law shall apply. RETURNS POLICY: I offer a no questions returns policy. All I ask is that you pay return shipping and mail back to me in original condition. Suitably packed& insured, within 14 days of receipt.
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The Hebrides or Western Isles; Inset maps of St Kilda; Western Continuation of Argyu. Colour antique map. 1907 Title of map: The Hebrides or Western Isles; ... moreInset maps of St Kilda; Western Continuation of Argyu. The image below shows an enlarged cross section from the centre of the map to show the level of printed detail: DATE PRINTED: 1907 IMAGE SIZE: Approx 36.0 x 24.0cm. 14.25 x 9.5 inches(Large) ARTIST/CARTOGRAPHER/ENGRAVER: Unsigned PROVENANCE: The Harmsworth Atlas and Gazetteer" Published at Carmelite House, London. Please note that virtually all antique and vintage maps and prints have been extracted from books, atlases or newspapers. TYPE: Colour antique map VERSO: There are images and/or text printed on the reverse side of the picture. In some cases this may be visible on the picture itself(please check the scan prior to your purchase) or around the margin of the picture CONDITION: Good; suitable for framing. However. Please note: Tight left margin. Please check the scan for any blemishes prior to making your purchase. Virtually all antiquarian maps and prints are subject to some normal aging due to use and time which is not obtrusive unless otherwise stated. I offer a no questions asked return policy- see below. AUTHENTICITY: This is an authentic historic print. Published at the date stated above. I do not offer reproductions. It is not a modern copy. The term'original' when applied to a print means that it was printed at the first or original date of publication; it does not imply that the item is unique. Print' means any image created by applying an inked block to paper or card under pressure by any method including wood engraving, steel engraving, copperplate, wood cut and lithography. REMARKS: FRANCE: Gravures et Cartes anciennes. DEUTSCHLAND: Alte Lankarten und Stadt ansichten. ITALIA: Stampe& Mappe antiche. ESPAÑA: Mapas antiquos y impresiones antiguas. E and OE. Force Majeure. English law shall apply. RETURNS POLICY: I offer a no questions returns policy. All I ask is tha
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Here is a nice 1774 dated book on Shakespeare's two plays Richard the 2nd and Henry VI in good original condition.
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Location: Saint Louis, United States
This is a nice antique hand colored map Scotland from the Best Authorities.
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Antique 1659 Map - British Isles England Scotland - 16 x 21 - Hand Laid Paper. Original antique map of England Scotland British Isles. Hand colored borders. ... morePrinted on hand laid paper. Hinge mounted at top corners to mat board.
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Location: Dover, United States
Issued 1744, London by Senex. Mid 18th century engraved map with attractive hand color.
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Location: LONDON, United Kingdom
Antique engraved sketch map, 1885. DATE PRINTED: 1885. TYPE: Antique engraved sketch map. The image below shows an enlarged cross section from the centre ... moreof the map to show the level of printed detail.
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The locations of the Battles of Trumpan (1580) and Glenshiel (1719) are marked. 'Isle of Skye'. Caption below picture:'Isle of Skye'. 20th century colour ... morepictorial map, 1960. TYPE: 20th century colour pictorial map.
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Scotland; Inset maps of Orkney and Shetland Islands Antique colour map; Scale 1:1.500,000; Scale 1:3000,000, 1910 Title of map: Scotland; Inset maps of ... moreOrkney and Shetland Islands' The image below shows an enlarged cross section from the centre of the map to show the level of printed detail. This map is folding hence the centrefold line may show on the image below: DATE PRINTED: 1910 IMAGE SIZE: Approx 37.5 x 27.0cm. 14.75 x 10.5 inches(Large) Please note that this is a folding map. ARTIST/CARTOGRAPHER/ENGRAVER: Justus Perthes PROVENANCE: The Encyclopaedia Britannica" Published by Cambridge at the University press. London: Eleventh Edition. Please note that virtually all antique and vintage maps and prints have been extracted from books, atlases or newspapers. TYPE: Antique colour map; Scale 1:1.500,000; Scale 1:3000,000 VERSO: There is nothing printed on the reverse side. Which is plain CONDITION: Good; suitable for framing. Please check the scan for any blemishes prior to making your purchase. Virtually all antiquarian maps and prints are subject to some normal aging due to use and time which is not obtrusive unless otherwise stated. I offer a no questions asked return policy- see below. AUTHENTICITY: This is an authentic historic print. Published at the date stated above. I do not offer reproductions. It is not a modern copy. The term'original' when applied to a print means that it was printed at the first or original date of publication; it does not imply that the item is unique. Print' means any image created by applying an inked block to paper or card under pressure by any method including wood engraving, steel engraving, copperplate, wood cut and lithography. REMARKS: FRANCE: Gravures et Cartes anciennes. DEUTSCHLAND: Alte Lankarten und Stadt ansichten. ITALIA: Stampe& Mappe antiche. ESPAÑA: Mapas antiquos y impresiones antiguas. E and OE. Force Majeure. English law shall apply. RETURNS POLICY: I offer a no questions returns policy. All I ask is that you pay return shipping an
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Location: LONDON, United Kingdom
Antique colour map, 1895. DATE PRINTED: 1895. Edinburgh and Glasgow. TYPE: Antique colour map. CONDITION: Good; suitable for framing. VERSO: There is ... morenothing printed on the reverse side, which is plain.
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Location: LONDON, United Kingdom
'The Counties of Orkney and Shetland'. Caption below picture:'The Counties of Orkney and Shetland'. Antique colour map, 1886. DATE PRINTED: 1886. CONDITION: ... moreGood; suitable for framing. The map you will receive is in good condition but there may be minor variations in the condition from that shown in the image.
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Location: YORK, United Kingdom
THE SCOTLAND WHISKY MAP. It also features the logos of 30 of the oldest, most famous, and greatest distilleries. The original was drawn by hand in 2014, ... moretaking 140+ hours over five months to research, plan, and draw.
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Location: LONDON, United Kingdom
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'Central Edinburgh'. Title of map:'Central Edinburgh'. PROVENANCE: Ward Lock Red Guides. DATE PRINTED: 1922. The image below shows an enlarged cross section ... morefrom the centre of the map to show the level of printed detail.
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Location: LONDON, United Kingdom
'Oban, Mull, Staffa, and Iona'. Title of map:'Oban, Mull, Staffa, and Iona'. Colour antique map, 1887. DATE PRINTED: 1887. PROVENANCE: "Black's Picturesque ... moreTourist of Scotland"; Published by Adam and Charles Black, Edinburgh.
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Location: LONDON, United Kingdom
DATE PRINTED: Published 1954 after a map first printed in 1924. CONDITION: Good; suitable for framing. The map you will receive is in good condition but ... morethere may be minor variations in the condition from that shown in the image.
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Location: LONDON, United Kingdom
This map was published within the 1832 Reform Act for the purposes of showing the proposed electoral borough constituency., ordered to be printed 29th ... moreJune 1832 [Scottish Reform Act boundary report].
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[Part of Northumberland]. Caption below picture:'[Part of Northumberland]'. Collins was an officer of the Royal Navy and prominent hydrographer, who was ... morecommissioned by King Charles II in 1676 and appointed by Samuel Pepys (then Secretary to the Admiralty), to chart the coasts of Great Britain.
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Etched Silver Electroplate Oval Tea Pot. hinged, o rnate finial. Forged in Glasgow, Scotland. Glasgow, Scotland. etched ribbons, flowers and leaves. T ... morehe handle is. to the 1800's (1840 to 1870).
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Location: Harrisville, United States
You are bidding on four ORIGINAL 19th century maps* Iles Britanniques ou Royaume Uni de la Grande Bretagne et d'Irlande/ Angleterre/ Ecosse/ Irlande- ... moreLapie. Capitaine Ingénieur Géographe- Chamouin/ Tardieu Atlas complet du précis de la géographie universelle de M. Malte-Brun. Paris. Buisson 1812 Other maps from this book are offered for sale Steelplate engraving printed on one side only Paper Strong and heavy Color Original hand coloring Inches 8 1/2 x 11 3/4. Cm 22 x 29.7. Plus margins Very good +. A bit of foxing or soiling. Dark impression. Priority airmail. USA. Americas $12.00(approx. 14/21 days) European Union $10.00(approx. 5/7 days) Optional registration $6.00. I will combine shipping for multiple purchases
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Issued c. 1760, Paris. Attractive mid-18th century engraved map with lovely hand color.
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Antique Putter - Made in Scotland . Original Argyle Head Cover .
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Location: LONDON, United Kingdom
'Firth of Tay'. Title of map:'Firth of Tay'. Antique colour map, 1895. DATE PRINTED: 1895. Edinburgh and Glasgow. TYPE: Antique colour map.
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Location: LONDON, United Kingdom
'Roxburgh Shire'. Title of map:'Roxburgh Shire'. Antique colour map, 1885. DATE PRINTED: 1885. TYPE: Antique colour map.
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Location: LONDON, United Kingdom
'Ports and Harbours on the West Coast of Scotland; Rothesay; West Coast; Largs; Ardrossan; Irvine; Troon; Campbelltown Bay and Harbour'. Title of map:'Ports ... moreand Harbours on the West Coast of Scotland; Rothesay; West Coast; Largs; Ardrossan; Irvine; Troon; Campbelltown Bay and Harbour'.
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Antique engraved sketch map. Scale 1: 474,000, c1885. DATE PRINTED: c1885. 'Fig. 153 The Firth of Clyde'. Title of the map:'Fig. 153 The Firth of Clyde'. ... moreTYPE: Antique engraved sketch map. Scale 1: 474,000.
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Haddington Shire Antique colour map. 1885 Title of map: Haddington Shire' The image below shows an enlarged cross section from the centre of the map ... moreto show the level of printed detail. This map is folding hence the centrefold line may show on the image below: DATE PRINTED: 1885 IMAGE SIZE: Approx 20.0 x 25.5cm. 8 x 10 inches(Medium) Please note that this is a folding map. ARTIST/CARTOGRAPHER/ENGRAVER: Engraved on steel by W.H. Lizars PROVENANCE: Ordnance Gazetteer of Scotland' Edited by Francis H. Groome. Published by Thomas C. Jack, Edinburgh. Please note that virtually all antique and vintage maps and prints have been extracted from books, atlases or newspapers. TYPE: Antique colour map VERSO: There is nothing printed on the reverse side. Which is plain CONDITION: Good; suitable for framing. Please check the scan for any blemishes prior to making your purchase. Virtually all antiquarian maps and prints are subject to some normal aging due to use and time which is not obtrusive unless otherwise stated. I offer a no questions asked return policy- see below. AUTHENTICITY: This is an authentic historic print. Published at the date stated above. I do not offer reproductions. It is not a modern copy. The term'original' when applied to a print means that it was printed at the first or original date of publication; it does not imply that the item is unique. Print' means any image created by applying an inked block to paper or card under pressure by any method including wood engraving, steel engraving, copperplate, wood cut and lithography. REMARKS: FRANCE: Gravures et Cartes anciennes. DEUTSCHLAND: Alte Lankarten und Stadt ansichten. ITALIA: Stampe& Mappe antiche. ESPAÑA: Mapas antiquos y impresiones antiguas. E and OE. Force Majeure. English law shall apply. RETURNS POLICY: I offer a no questions returns policy. All I ask is that you pay return shipping and mail back to me in original condition. Suitably packed& insured, within 14 days of receipt.
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Location: LONDON, United Kingdom
'Plan of Dundee'. Title of map:'Plan of Dundee'. Antique colour map, 1885. DATE PRINTED: 1885. The image below shows an enlarged cross section from the ... morecentre of the map to show the level of printed detail.
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Location: Dover, United States
Lovely antique map, engraved with original outline handcolor. Issued Paris, 1762 by Robert Vaugondy. Bel et Utile- Vaugondy Family of Mapmakers, 232, ... more7. (England / Wales / United Kingdom / Scotland).
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Location: Matthews, United States
Shows mountains and Land. Map page is 13" x 11".
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Location: LONDON, United Kingdom
Double page folio copperplate engraved map, 1695. DATE PRINTED: 1695. 'Scotland'. Title of the print:'Scotland'. CONDITION: Good; suitable for framing. ... moreLight toning along centrefold. VERSO: There is nothing printed on the reverse side, which is plain.
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Antique 18th century copperplate coastal profile chart, 1758. DATE PRINTED: 1758. The setting of the tides and currents. VERSO: There is related text ... moreand/or images of a similar nature printed on the reverse side.
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'New Grange near Slane'. Caption below picture:'New Grange near Slane'. Antique copperplate map, 1789. DATE PRINTED: 1789. Translated from the edition ... morepublished by the author in MDCVII. Enlarged by the latest discoveries, by Richard Gough.
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Scapa flow, Scapa flow defences 1940-41. (Searchlights, Balloons & light AA guns not shown)'. Caption below picture:'Map 6. This map was published in ... more1954 but it may depict an earlier representation of the area shown dated 1940 and the mapmaker may have drawn on an earlier original work.
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Location: LONDON, United Kingdom
PROVENANCE: "Harmsworth's New Atlas". 'Edinburgh; Glasgow'. Title of map:'Edinburgh; Glasgow'. DATE PRINTED: 1920.
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PROVENANCE: "The Imperial Gazetteer of Scotland"; Edited By The Rev. John Marius Wilson, Published by A. Fullarton & Co, London. 'Caithness Shire'. Title ... moreof map:'Caithness Shire'. Antique steel engraved map with original hand colouring, 1866.
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Location: LONDON, United Kingdom
'Scotland (Section III); Inset map of Dundee'. Title of map:'Scotland (Section III); Inset map of Dundee '. DATE PRINTED: 1920. AUTHENTICITY: This is ... morean authentic historic print, published at the date stated above.
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Location: LONDON, United Kingdom
'St Kilda'. Title of map:'St Kilda'. Antique engraved sketch map, 1885. DATE PRINTED: 1885. TYPE: Antique engraved sketch map. CONDITION: Good; suitable ... morefor framing. The image below shows an enlarged cross section from the centre of the map to show the level of printed detail.
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PROVENANCE: "Black's Picturesque Tourist of Scotland"; Published by Adam and Charles Black, Edinburgh. 27th Edition. 'Plan of Edinburgh'. Title of map:'Plan ... moreof Edinburgh'. Colour antique map, 1887. DATE PRINTED: 1887.
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Antique engraved sketch map, 1885. DATE PRINTED: 1885. TYPE: Antique engraved sketch map. Title of map:'The Western Islands'. 'The Western Islands'. CONDITION: ... moreGood; suitable for framing. VERSO: There are images and/or text printed on the reverse side of the picture.
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Mineral districts of Lanarkshire& Linlithgowshire Antique colour map. 1885 Title of map: Mineral districts of Lanarkshire& Linlithgowshire' ... moreThe image below shows an enlarged cross section from the centre of the map to show the level of printed detail. This map is folding hence the centrefold line may show on the image below: DATE PRINTED: 1885 IMAGE SIZE: Approx 24.5 x 38.5cm. 9.75 x 15.25 inches(Large) Please note that this is a folding map. ARTIST/CARTOGRAPHER/ENGRAVER: Engraved by John Bartholomew PROVENANCE: Ordnance Gazetteer of Scotland' Edited by Francis H. Groome. Published by Thomas C. Jack, Edinburgh. Please note that virtually all antique and vintage maps and prints have been extracted from books, atlases or newspapers. TYPE: Antique colour map VERSO: There is nothing printed on the reverse side. Which is plain CONDITION: Good; suitable for framing. However. Please note: The image shown may have been taken from a different example of this map than that which is offered for sale. The map you will receive is in good condition but there may be minor variations in the condition from that shown in the image which may include some light spotting. Please check the scan for any blemishes prior to making your purchase. Virtually all antiquarian maps and prints are subject to some normal aging due to use and time which is not obtrusive unless otherwise stated. I offer a no questions asked return policy- see below. AUTHENTICITY: This is an authentic historic print. Published at the date stated above. I do not offer reproductions. It is not a modern copy. The term'original' when applied to a print means that it was printed at the first or original date of publication; it does not imply that the item is unique. Print' means any image created by applying an inked block to paper or card under pressure by any method including wood engraving, steel engraving, copperplate, wood cut and lithography. REMARKS: FRANCE: Gravures et Cartes anciennes. DEUTSCHLAND: Alte Lankarten und Stadt ansichten.
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Antique colour atlas map, 1912. DATE PRINTED: 1912. 'Scotland (Section 3); Inset map of Glasgow'. Title of map:'Scotland (Section 3); Inset map of Glasgow'. ... moreThe image below shows an enlarged cross section from the centre of the map to show the level of printed detail.
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Antique 18th century copperplate coastal profile chart, 1749. DATE PRINTED: 1749. The setting of the tides and currents. VERSO: There is related text ... moreand/or images of a similar nature printed on the reverse side.
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'Southern part of Roxburghshire // View of Jedburgh Abbey'. Title of map:'Southern part of Roxburghshire // View of Jedburgh Abbey'. Engraved by N.R. ... moreHewitt., printed for John Thomson & Co. Edinburgh; Baldwin & Cradock, London; and John Cumming, Dublin.
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This is a seldomly seen and historically important RARE Early Asian Chinese Impressionist Peking Cityscape Linocut Print on paper, by early 20th century ... moreBritish-born early Chinese artist, Katharine Jowett (1890 - 1965.).
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STH CORNWALL:Falmouth Truro Fowey Bodmin Liskeard Looe St Austell.CARY- Map section 2 from Cary's New Map of England& Wales(1794) Covering south ... moreCornwall including Falmouth Truro Fowey Bodmin Liskeard Looe St Austell Antique engraved map with original hand colouring. 1794 Title of map: no title] The image below shows an enlarged cross section from the centre of the map to show the level of printed detail: This antique map(section 2) includes all or part of the following places: Cornwall; Penryn. Falmouth, Truro, Grampound, Tregony, St. Columb Major, Bodmin, Lestwithiel, Fowey, Liskeard, Callington, St. Germans, Est. Looe. Adjacent map sections are offered for sale separately: The map section to the North of this map is section number section 11. The map section to the West of this map is section number section 1. The map section to the East of this map is section number section 3. DATE PRINTED: 1794 IMAGE SIZE: Approx 21.0 x 26.5cm. 8.25 x 10.25 inches(Medium) ARTIST/CARTOGRAPHER/ENGRAVER: J Cary PROVENANCE: Cary's New Map of England and Wales. With part of Scotland" Published by J. Cary, London. Please note that virtually all antique and vintage maps and prints have been extracted from books, atlases or newspapers. TYPE: Antique engraved map with original hand colouring VERSO: There is nothing printed on the reverse side. Which is plain CONDITION: Good; suitable for framing. However. Please note: The image shown may have been taken from a different example of this map than that which is offered for sale. The map you will receive is in good condition but there may be minor variations in the condition from that shown in the image. Offsetting- text and/or images from the facing page have left an impression on the print; The degree of offsetting on the print you receive may vary from that shown in the scan. Please check the scan for any blemishes prior to making your purchase. Virtually all antiquarian maps and prints are subject to some normal aging due to use and time which is not obtrusive unless
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'Kirkcudbright'. Caption below picture:'Kirkcudbright'. This map was published within the 1832 Reform Act for the purposes of showing the proposed electoral ... moreborough constituency., ordered to be printed 29th June 1832 [Scottish Reform Act boundary report].
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[Sheet 64 - Firth of Forth. Linlithgowshire, Edinburghshire, Fifeshire, Kinross-shire, Clackmannanshire; Parts of Perthshire, Lanarkshire, Haddingtonshire, ... morePeebles-shire, Berwickshire]. Caption below picture:'[Sheet 64 - Firth of Forth. ].
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This beautiful map is from The Imperial Atlas of Modern Geography by W.G. Blackie, published by Blackie and Son, London, 1860.
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He based his atlases on the plates used by Edward Weller for his Weekly Dispatch Atlas. This map by George Washington Bacon is from The New Large Scale ... moreAtlas of The British Isles, edited and published by G.W. Bacon, London, 1886.
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2 Celtic Sunshine 19thC Antique Scotland Orange Citrine Gemstones
Two Antique 19th Century Bright Citrus Orange Genuine Natural Faceted Citrine Round Cut Semi-Precious Gemstones. ORIGIN: Coastal Devonian Lava Beds. Angus, Scotland. 19th Century. SIZE: Diameter: 3 1/2mm. Depth(Thickness) 2 1/2mm. All measurements approximate. WEIGHT: 0.52 Carats(the pair) NOTES: Upon request we can set your gemstones as a ring. Pendant, or as earrings(click for more information) DETAIL: Both citrine and cairngorm(smoky quartz” were known as“cairn stones” and were considered sacred stones for millennia. A belief dating back to the Druids. Ancient cultures attributed many mystical properties to quartz crystals. They were particularly used in sorcery, magic, and witchcraft in part due to the"secret magical powers" evidenced by the weak electrical charge quartz crystals carry. For centuries both gemstones were commonly ... moreset into the pommel of the Scottish dirk, or“black dagger” a long dagger with a straight blade that is a prerequisite of Highland costume. Here are two very nice, very clean, very colorful citrus orange citrine semi-precious gemstones from the Devonian lava beds found along the coast of Angus Country, Scotland. The gemstones were hand crafted and faceted by a 19th century Russian artisan, part of an heritage renown for the production of the elaborate gemstones and jewelry of the Czars of Medieval, Renaissance, and Victorian Russia. The faceted cut is a coarse precursor to what eventually became known in the industry as a“brilliant cut” round, the contemporary finish generally given to round diamonds. Very popular in 18th and 19th century Victorian Scotland, citrine has remained a very popular gemstone through the 20th century. These are very fine, bright citrus orange colored semi-precious gemstones. Citrine was often found within the deposits with"smoky" streaks, as was"smoky" quartz, the result of eons of exposure to natural radiation emanating from granite stone the citrine is exposed to while buried in the earth. On occasion, rather than creating smok
2 Antique 19thC Scotland Amethyst Roman Warrior Amulet Gemstones
Two Antique Genuine Natural Faceted Square Richly Colored Amethyst Semi-Precious Gemstones. CLASSIFICATION: Faceted Amethyst Squares. ORIGIN: Coastal Devonian Lava Beds. Angus, Scotland. 19th Century. SIZE: 4mm square. 3mm thick(measurements approximate) WEIGHT: Approximately 0.80 carats(the pair) NOTES: Upon request we can set your gemstones as a ring. Pendant, or as earrings(click for more information) DETAIL: Most ancient Mediterranean cultures. Including the ancient Romans, Greeks, Persians and Celts believed that amethyst would protect against becoming intoxicated, and would protect soldiers from harm in battle. Amethyst is described in the Bible(Exodus 28:19; 39:12) as one of the 12 stones adorning the breastplate(hoshen) of the high priests of Yahweh. Legends of the ancient classical Mediterranean attribute the Amethyst's lovely ... morecolor to the Greek God Bacchus(the god of wine) Here are two very pretty, very clean, 19th century faceted amethyst squares from the Devonian lava beds found along the coast of Angus Country, Scotland. Very popular in 18th and 19th century Victorian Scotland, amethyst has remained a very popular gemstone through the 20th century. The gemstones were hand crafted by a 19th century Russian artisan into these sparkling faceted gemstones full of flashes of fiery brilliance. Czarist Russia, fabled land of such master jewelers as Faberge, was of course known throughout the Renaissance and Victorian worlds for its elaborate and costly jewelry. These are two very fine, richly colored semi-precious gemstones. Gorgeous, vibrant, and vividly hued, these striking semi-precious gemstones are of very high quality and possess breathtaking luster. Both have been hand faceted into beautiful faceted cut squares. Both gemstones are alive with sparkling flashes and the impression of great depth. They are virtually flawless. Even under a 5x glass. Certainly to the eye they are nothing less than perfect, they are truly beautifully colored gemstones. Under magnification the gemstones show th
Celtic Sunshine 19thC Antique Scotland 1 1/2ct Citrine Sterling Pendant
Gorgeous One and One-Half Carat Antique Genuine Natural Faceted Citrine Round. Mounted into high quality solid sterling silver pendant(not cheap silver plated) ORIGIN: Coastal Devonian Lava Beds. Angus, Scotland. 19th Century. Chain and pendant setting contemporary. SIZE: Diameter: 8mm. Depth: 4mm. All measurements approximate. WEIGHT: 1.65 Carats. NOTES: Default chain is silver electroplate 16. 18, 20 or 24 inch(provided free) Sterling silver chains are also available in lengths from 16 to 24 inches. 14kt solid gold pendant setting together with 14kt gold fill and solid 14kt gold chains in lengths from 18 to 24 inches are available upon request. DETAIL: The Romans. Greeks and Celts believed citrine to be the crystallized essence of sunshine, and believed it would aid in digestion and cleanse toxins from the body, and it was even carried ... moreas protection against snake venom. A very large, very clean, 19th century lemon-yellow faceted round citrine from the Devonian lava beds found along the coast of Angus Country, Scotland. Very popular in 18th and 19th century Victorian Scotland, citrine has remained a very popular gemstone through the 20th century. This is a very fine pastel citrus yellow colored semi-precious gemstone. As you can see from the photo enlargements here, it is to the eye completely transparent and free from inclusions, and possesses exceptional sparkle and luster. It is very clean, water clear, and very bright. The trained eye will easily discern from the photo that the gemstone has been hand-faceted. The coarseness of the 19th century faceting is considered appealing to most gemstone collectors, and is not considered a detriment. Unlike today’s computer controlled machine processes, the cut and finish of a gemstone such as this is the legacy of an artisan who lived two centuries ago. Such antique hand-faceted gemstones possess much greater character and appeal than today's mass-produced machine-faceted gemstones. This gemstone has great luster and sparkle. And to the eye is completely transp
Antique 19thC 3½ct Scotland Amethyst Ancient Celtic War Gemstone
Huge Three and One-Half Carat Antique Genuine Natural Faceted Amethyst Semi-Precious Gemstone. ORIGIN: Coastal Devonian Lava Beds. Angus, Scotland. 19th Century. SIZE: Length: 11mm. Width: 11mm. Depth: 6mm. All measurements approximate. WEIGHT: 3.55 carats. NOTES: Upon request we can set your gemstones as a ring. Pendant, or as earrings(click for more information) DETAIL: Most ancient Mediterranean cultures. Including the ancient Romans, Greeks, Persians and Celts believed that amethyst would protect against becoming intoxicated, and would protect soldiers from harm in battle. Ancient legends attribute the Amethyst's lovely color to the Greek God Bacchus(the god of wine) Here's a very large, very clean, 19th century faceted amethyst from the Devonian lava beds found along the coast of Angus Country, Scotland. This gemstone has been ... morehand faceted in a fashion forerunner to and very similar to the popular contemporary"trilliant" or"trillion" cut. It is a quite beautiful cut, a faceted three-sided pyramid with a softly rounded base. Very popular in 18th and 19th century Victorian Scotland, amethyst has remained a very popular gemstone through the 20th century. This is a very fine lavender colored semi-precious gemstone. As you can see from the photo enlargements here, it is to the eye completely transparent and free from inclusions, and possesses exceptional sparkle and luster. It is very clean, water clear, and very bright. The trained eye will easily discern from the photo that the gemstone has been hand-faceted. The coarseness of the 19th century faceting is considered appealing to most gemstone collectors, and is not considered a detriment. Unlike today's computer controlled machine processes, the cut and finish of a gemstone such as this is the legacy of an artisan who lived two centuries ago. Such antique hand-faceted gemstones possess much greater character and appeal than today's mass-produced machine-faceted gemstones. This gemstone has great luster and sparkle. And to the
Celtic Sunshine 19thC Antique Scotland 1 3/4ct+ Citrine Sterling Pendant
Gorgeous One and Three-QuarterCarat(Plus) Antique Genuine Natural Faceted Citrine Round. Mounted into high quality solid sterling silver pendant(not cheap silver plated) ORIGIN: Coastal Devonian Lava Beds. Angus, Scotland. 19th Century. Chain and pendant setting contemporary. SIZE: Diameter: 7.5mm-7mm. Depth: 5mm. All measurements approximate. WEIGHT: 1.81 Carats. NOTES: Default chain is silver electroplate 16. 18, 20 or 24 inch(provided free) Sterling silver chains are also available in lengths from 16 to 24 inches. 14kt solid gold pendant setting together with 14kt gold fill and solid 14kt gold chains in lengths from 18 to 24 inches are available upon request. DETAIL: The Romans. Greeks and Celts believed citrine to be the crystallized essence of sunshine, and believed it would aid in digestion and cleanse toxins from the body, and it was ... moreeven carried as protection against snake venom. A very large, very clean, 19th century lemon-yellow faceted round citrine from the Devonian lava beds found along the coast of Angus Country, Scotland. Very popular in 18th and 19th century Victorian Scotland, citrine has remained a very popular gemstone through the 20th century. This is a very fine pastel citrus yellow colored semi-precious gemstone. As you can see from the photo enlargements here, it is to the eye completely transparent and free from inclusions, and possesses exceptional sparkle and luster. It is very clean, water clear, and very bright. The trained eye will easily discern from the photo that the gemstone has been hand-faceted. The coarseness of the 19th century faceting is considered appealing to most gemstone collectors, and is not considered a detriment. Unlike today’s computer controlled machine processes, the cut and finish of a gemstone such as this is the legacy of an artisan who lived two centuries ago. Such antique hand-faceted gemstones possess much greater character and appeal than today's mass-produced machine-faceted gemstones. This gemstone has great luster and sparkle. And to the eye is
19thC Antique Scotland 19 1/3ct Citrine Celtic Sunshine Silver Pendant
Nineteen and One-Third Carat Antique Nineteenth Century Handcrafted Briolette Cut Citrine. Mounted onto handcrafted. High quality solid sterling silver bail(not cheap silver plated) ORIGIN: Coastal Devonian Lava Beds. Angus, Scotland. 19th Century. Chain and bail setting contemporary. SIZE: Length: 20mm. Width: 14mm. All measurements approximate. WEIGHT: 19.31 Carats. NOTE: Default chain is silver electroplate 16. 18, 20 or 24 inch(provided free) Sterling silver chains are also available in lengths from 16 to 24 inches. 14kt solid gold or 14kt gold fill bail together with 14kt gold fill and solid 14kt gold chains in lengths from 18 to 24 inches are available upon request. NOTE: If you would like only the gemstone. And not the setting, we can dismount the gemstone and offer you the gemstone without the setting. Just let us know, and yes, we’ll ... morediscount the price by the cost of the setting. DETAIL: The Romans. Greeks and Celts believed citrine to be the crystallized essence of sunshine, and believed it would aid in digestion and cleanse toxins from the body, and it was even carried as protection against snake venom. Here’s a large, very clean, golden yellow citrine which originated in the Devonian lava beds found along the coast of Angus Country, Scotland. This is an exquisite gemstone completely transparent, exceptionally clean, water clear, with beautiful sparkle and luster. This particular gemstone was hand cut and faceted into this somewhat coarse briolette, an old fashioned cut reflecting its heritage, by a 19th century Russian artisan, part of an heritage renown for the production of the elaborate gemstones and jewelry of the Czars of Medieval, Renaissance, and Victorian Russia. This is a very beautiful and brightly hued citrine semi-precious gemstone which though as you can clearly see in these photo enlargements might not be absolutely flawless. It is eye clean. Under magnification the gemstone shows the unmistakable characteristics of having been hand crafted. However the coarseness of the ninetee
Antique 43ct Scotland Citrine Ancient Celtic Sunshine
Two Twenty-One Carat Antique Handcrafted Briolette Cut Madeira Orange Citrine Semi-Precious Gemstones. Mounted into contemporary high quality 14kt French hooks. ORIGIN: Coastal Devonian Lava Beds. Angus, Scotland. SIZE: Length: 19mm. Width: 14mm. All measurements approximate. WEIGHT: 43 carats(combined gemstone weight) NOTES: Other setting styles(euro clicks. Lever backs, kidney wires, ball/stud dangles) are available upon request, both in 14kt solid gold and in 14kt gold fill(or sterling silver) DETAIL: The Romans. Greeks and Celts believed citrine to be the crystallized essence of sunshine, and believed it would aid in digestion and cleanse toxins from the body, and it was even carried as protection against snake venom. Here are two large, very clean, madeira/cognac orange colored citrines which originated in the Devonian lava beds found ... morealong the coast of Angus Country, Scotland. These two exquisite gemstones which are completely transparent, exceptionally clean, water clear, with beautiful sparkle and luster. These particular gemstones were hand cut and faceted into these somewhat coarse briolettes, an old fashioned cut reflecting their heritage, by a Russian artisan, part of an heritage renown for the production of the elaborate gemstones and jewelry of the Czars of Medieval, Renaissance, and Victorian Russia. These are very beautiful and richly hued Madeira orange citrine semi-precious gemstones which though as you can clearly see in these photo enlargements might not be absolutely flawless. Are eye clean. Under magnification the gemstones show the unmistakable characteristics of having been hand crafted. However the coarseness of the handcrafted finish is considered appealing to most gemstone collectors, and is not considered a detriment, or detract from the value of a gemstone. These characteristics are not only expected of hand-finished gemstones, most serious collectors consider such gemstones more desirable, possessed of greater character and uniqueness when compared to today's cookie-cutter m
19thC Antique 4ct Scotland Cairngorm Sacred Druid Gem Pendant
Exquisite. Antique, Nineteenth Century Briolette Cut Hand Faceted Genuine Natural Scottish Smoky Quartz Briolette Cut Semi-Precious Gemstone. Mounted into high quality 14kt pendant(not cheap gold electroplate) CLASSIFICATION: Briolette Cut Scottish Smoky Quartz. ORIGIN: Mount Cairngorm. Scotland. Handcut in or near Yekaterinburg, Russia. 19th Century. SIZE: Length: 11.5mm. Diameter: 8mm. WEIGHT: 4.55 carats. NOTES: 14kt solid gold pendant; and 14kt gold fill and solid 14kt gold chains in lengths from 18 to 24 inches are available upon request. Default chain is gold electroplate 24 inch chain(included free) DETAIL: Cairngorm. Or“Smoky Quartz” is the national gemstone of Scotland and has been considered a sacred stone for millennia, a belief dating back to the Druids. Ancient cultures attributed many mystical properties to quartz crystals. ... moreThey were particularly used in sorcery, magic, and witchcraft in part due to the"secret magical powers" evidenced by the weak electrical charge quartz crystals carry. For centuries Smoky Quartz has also been commonly set into the pommel of the Scottish dirk, or“black dagger” a long dagger with a straight blade that is a prerequisite of Highland costume. Here's a richly colored, antique, hand faceted, very uncommon semi-precious gemstone from Victorian-era Scotland, specifically Mount Cairngorm. Very popular in 18th and 19th century Victorian Scotland, these gemstones are known either as“Smoky” or“Cairngorm” Quartz. Generally“crystal” clear, the smoky tone is caused by the natural radiation emanating from granite stone the quartz is exposed to while buried in the earth. This particular specimen is a very handsome gemstone, completely transparent, with beautiful sparkle and luster. It is exceptionally clean, water clear, and possess gorgeous smoky brown color. The gemstone was hand cut and faceted into a somewhat coarse briolette, an old fashioned cut reflecting its heritage, by a 19th century Russian artisan, part of an heritage renown for the production of the elab
18thC Antique 1¼ct Scotland Amethyst Ancient Medieval Shaman Prophecy Visions
Large One and One-Quarter Carat 18th Century Handcrafted Antique Genuine Natural Amethyst Oval. Handcrafted oval cut cabochon is of 18th century origin sourced from the Devonian lava beds on the coast of Scotland near Angus. Handcrafted by a Russian artisan for domestic jewelry. Length: 8mm. Width: 6mm. Thickness: 3mm. Weight: 1.28 carats. NOTES: Upon request we can set your gemstones as a ring. Pendant, or as earrings(click for more information) Shamans of the ancient and medieval world used amethyst to assist prophecy and visions. Amethyst was also used in spells designed to magnify beauty. In Renaissance magic. An amethyst engraved with the image of a bear was worn as a protective amulet, and had the power to put demons to flight. Most ancient Mediterranean cultures, including the ancient Romans, Greeks, Persians and Celts believed that ... moreamethyst protect soldiers from harm in battle. Extremely popular in 18th and 19th century Scotland, amethyst retained its popularity through the 20th century. Handcrafted and shaped in the 18th century, this large and colorful amethyst comes from the Devonian lava beds near the coast of Angus County, Scotland. Much finer than the images here suggest, it is a lovely cabochon oval cut, gorgeous, vibrant and richly hued, the pride of a 18th century Russian artisan. A nice quality gemstone in its times, it is more or less transparent but by no means flawless. Though generous in size, it is not a high quality amethyst by today's standards, though it is historically significant. Purple has always been associated with royalty and amethyst is no exception. It was popular with all of Europe's royalty during Renaissance and Victorian times. When seen under magnification. The coarseness of the finish of this 18th century amethyst tells us that it is obviously hand crafted. Rather than detracting from its value or allure, this is considered appealing to most collectors, who consider examples like this to be more desirable than today’s computer-controlled machine-produced gemstones.
19thC Antique 12ct Scotland Amethyst Shamanic Prophecy Pendant
Very Large Twelve Carat Nineteenth Century Antique Hand Crafted Genuine Natural Scottish Amethyst Semi-Precious Gemstone Pendant and Chain. Hand Cut and Engraved Leaf-Shaped Amethyst Pendant with Silver Electroplated Chain. ORIGIN: Coastal Devonian Lava Beds. Angus, Scotland. 19th Century. SIZE: Length: 15mm. Width: 14mm. Thickness: 8mm. All measurements approximate. WEIGHT: 11.82 carats. CHAIN: Contemporary silver electroplate 60 centimeters(24 inches) A wide variety of other chains are available upon request in sizes from 16 to 30 inches. And in metals ranging from gold and silver electroplate to sterling silver and solid 14kt gold. The default chain(absent contrary instructions) is silver electroplate, 24 inches. We also have available handcrafted Greek black leather cords. DETAIL: Shamans of the ancient and medieval world used amethyst ... moreto assist prophecy and visions. Amethyst was also used in spells designed to magnify beauty. In Renaissance magic. An amethyst engraved with the image of a bear was worn as a protective amulet, and had the power to put demons to flight. Most ancient Mediterranean cultures, including the ancient Romans, Greeks, Persians and Celts believed that amethyst protect soldiers from harm in battle. Here’s a very large, handcrafted 19th century amethyst pendant. The gemstone itself originated in the Devonian lava beds found along the coast of Angus Country, Scotland. The gemstone was hand crafted into this gorgeous little carved pendant by an 19th century Russian artisan, part of an heritage renown for the production of the elaborate gemstones and jewelry of the Czars of Medieval, Renaissance, and Victorian Russia. Very popular in 18th and 19th century Victorian Scotland, and especially with royalty throughout Europe, amethyst has remained a very popular gemstone through the 20th century. This is a very nicely colored pale lavender semi-precious gemstone. As you can see from the photo enlargements here. Though it is not a high quality gemstone, nonetheless it is very colorful, and
19thC Scotland Antique Amethyst Greek God Bacchus Gem Pendant
Beautiful Antique Genuine Natural Pastel Amethyst Faceted Heart. Mounted into high quality solid sterling silver pendant(not cheap silver plated) CLASSIFICATION: Faceted Amethyst Heart Semi-Precious Gemstone. Chain and pendant setting contemporary. ORIGIN: Coastal Devonian Lava Beds. Angus, Scotland. 19th Century. 14 kt Gold Fill Settings are Contemporary. SIZE: Length: 6.3mm. Width: 6.3mm. Depth: 3mm. All measurements approximate. WEIGHT: 0.86 carats. NOTES: Default chain is silver electroplate 16. 18, 20 or 24 inch(provided free) Sterling silver chains are also available in lengths from 16 to 24 inches. 14kt solid gold pendant setting together with 14kt gold fill and solid 14kt gold chains in lengths from 18 to 24 inches are available upon request. DETAIL: Hand crafted by a 19th century Russian artisan. Part of an heritage renown for the ... moreproduction of the elaborate gemstones and jewelry of the Czars of Medieval, Renaissance, and Victorian Russia. Originally used in indigenous jewelry, this is a very pretty precious gemstone, very nice, very clean, 19th century faceted amethyst heart from the Devonian lava beds found along the coast of Angus Country, Scotland. Very popular in 18th and 19th century Victorian Scotland, amethyst has remained a very popular gemstone through the 20th century. This is a very fine pale lavender colored semi-precious gemstone. As you can see from the photo enlargements here, the gemstone is to the eye completely transparent and free from inclusions, and possess exceptional sparkle and luster. It is very clean, water clear, and very bright. The gemstone was hand crafted by a 19th century Russian artisan, part of an heritage renown for the production of the elaborate gemstones and jewelry of the Czars of Medieval, Renaissance, and Victorian Russia, and were originally used in indigenous jewelry. Naturally under magnification the gemstone shows the unmistakable characteristics of having been hand crafted. The coarseness of the 19th century finish is considered appealing to most gem
18thC Antique 3¼ct+ Amethyst Scotland Celt Greek Amulet
Eighteenth Century Antique Three and One-Third Carat Dark Royal Purple Amethsyt Genuine Natural Semi-Precious Gemstone. Contemporary High Quality Sterling Silver Ring(Size 7 1/2– Resizing Available) CLASSIFICATION: Royal Amethyst Cabochon. ORIGIN: Coastal Devonian Lava Beds. Angus, Scotland. 18th Century. Contemporary setting. SIZE: Length: 11mm. Breadth: 9mm. Depth: 4 1/2mm. All measurements approximate. WEIGHT: 3.36 carats. NOTES: Resizing is available. 14kt solid gold setting is also available. DETAIL: Most ancient Mediterranean cultures. Including the ancient Romans, Greeks, and Celts believed that amethyst would protect against becoming intoxicated, and would protect soldiers from harm in battle. Legend attributes the Amethyst's lovely color to the Greek God Bacchus(the god of wine) In many European countries the rich purple color ... moreof dark amethyst was associated with royalty– and was very popular with all of the royal families in Renaissance and Victorian Europe. Here’s a large, very richly colored colorful 18th century handcrafted dark royal purple amethyst oval from the Devonian lava beds found along the coast of Angus Country, Scotland. Very popular in 18th and 19th century Victorian Scotland, amethyst has remained a very popular gemstone through the 20th century. Gorgeous, vibrant, and richly hued, this striking gemstone possesses breathtaking luster and very regal texture. Hand crafted by an 18th century Russian artisan into this unusual and richly colored oval cabochon. Part of an heritage renown for the production of the elaborate gemstones and jewelry of the Czars of Medieval, Renaissance, and Victorian Russia. It is a fascinating gemstone, much nicer in appearance than the images here would suggest. Thought not flawless, it is a nice quality amethyst by 18th century standards. The gemstone is absolutely transparent, and is by and large eye clean. Even to very intent scrutiny, it is virtually impossible to discern any blemished within the gemstone with the naked eye. Certainly of course wit
18thC Antique 7ct Amethyst Scotland Celt Warrior Amulet
Antique Eighteenth Century Russian Handcrafted Six and Three-Quarter Carat(Plus) Genuine Natural Scottish Amethyst Oval. Mounted into high quality solid sterling silver pendant(not cheap silver plated) CLASSIFICATION: Amethyst Oval Cabochon. ORIGIN: Coastal Devonian Lava Beds. Angus, Scotland. 18th Century. Chain and pendant setting contemporary. SIZE: Length: 13mm. Width: 10mm. Depth: 7mm. All measurements approximate. WEIGHT: 6.88 carats. NOTES: Default chain is silver electroplate 16. 18, 20 or 24 inch(provided free) Sterling silver chains are also available in lengths from 16 to 24 inches. 14kt solid gold pendant setting together with 14kt gold fill and solid 14kt gold chains in lengths from 18 to 24 inches are available upon request. DETAIL: Most ancient Mediterranean cultures. Including the ancient Romans, Greeks, and Celts believed ... morethat amethyst would protect against becoming intoxicated, and would protect soldiers from harm in battle. Legend attributes the Amethyst's lovely color to the Greek God Bacchus(the god of wine) Here’s a very colorful handcrafted amethyst cabochon cut oval semi-precious gemstone from the Devonian lava beds found along the coast of Angus Country, Scotland. Very popular in 18th and 19th century Victorian Scotland, amethyst has remained a very popular gemstone through the 20th century. Gorgeous, vibrant, and delicately hued, this striking gemstone possesses breathtaking luster and delicate hue. The gemstone was hand crafted and faceted by an 18th century Russian artisan, part of an heritage renown for the production of the elaborate gemstones and jewelry of the Czars of Medieval, Renaissance, and Victorian Russia. Though as you can see in the accompanying photo enlargements t is not absolutely flawless. It is eye clean except to the most intent scrutiny(if you hold it right up to your eye, and you have acute vision, you can just barely make out a few specks of colorless, crystalline material within the gemstone. Though by today’s standards it might not be considered an
Greek Celtic Sunshine 19C Antique Scotland 1 2/3ct Citrine Gemstone
Golden Cognac-Brandy Colored One And Two-Third Carat Antique Genuine Natural Faceted Citrine Oval. ORIGIN: Coastal Devonian Lava Beds. Angus, Scotland. 19th Century. SIZE: Length: 9mm. Width: 7mm. Depth: 4 1/4mm. All measurements approximate. WEIGHT: 1.71 carats. NOTES: Upon request we can set your gemstones as a ring. Pendant, or as earrings(click for more information) DETAIL: The Romans. Greeks and Celts believed citrine to be the crystallized essence of sunshine, and believed it would aid in digestion and cleanse toxins from the body, and it was even carried as protection against snake venom. Here's a very large, very clean, 19th century cognac-brandy colored faceted citrine from the Devonian lava beds found along the coast of Angus Country, Scotland. Very popular in 18th and 19th century Victorian Scotland, citrine has remained a ... morevery popular gemstone through the 20th century. This particular specimen was handcrafted in 19th century Russia into this sparkling faceted oval. This is a very fine, richly colored cognac-brandy colored semi-precious gemstone, the color and flavor much like a dark golden honey. It almost looks like very brilliant and fiery faceted cognac amber. As you can see from the photo enlargements here, it is not absolutely flawless. To the naked eye it is completely transparent and seemingly unblemished. However in the 500% photo enlargements you can see two tiny blemishes. They're virtually impossible to discern with the naked eye, and to the examination of the casual admirer, the gemstone seems absolutely unblemished. Of course, most of mother nature's produce is not absolutely without blemish. Flawless gemstones generally turn out to be synthetic, man-made. Under magnification the gemstone shows the unmistakable characteristics of having been hand crafted. The coarseness of the 19th century finish is considered appealing to most gemstone collectors. And is not considered a detriment, or detract from the value of a gemstone. These characteristics are not only expected of hand-fi
18thC Antique 1ct Amethyst Scotland Celt Warrior Amulet Gemstone
Antique Eighteenth Century One Carat Antique Genuine Natural Amethyst Pear. CLASSIFICATION: Amethyst Cabochon Pear. ORIGIN: Coastal Devonian Lava Beds. Angus, Scotland. 18th Century. SIZE: Length: 8mm. Width: 6mm. Depth: 3mm. All measurements approximate. WEIGHT: 0.96 carats. NOTES: Upon request we can set your gemstones as a ring. Pendant, or as earrings(click for more information) DETAIL: Most ancient Mediterranean cultures. Including the ancient Romans, Greeks, and Celts believed that amethyst would protect against becoming intoxicated, and would protect soldiers from harm in battle. Here's a very large, very colorfulm very unique 18th century handcrafted amethyst oval from the Devonian lava beds found along the coast of Angus Country, Scotland. Very popular in 18th and 19th century Victorian Scotland, amethyst has remained a very ... morepopular gemstone through the 20th century. Gorgeous, vibrant, and delicately hued, this striking gemstone possesses breathtaking luster and delicate hue. This gorgeous gemstone was hand shaped and polished into this very beautiful pear shaped cabochon by an 18th century Russian artisan. It is a fascinating gemstone, much nicer in appearance than the images here would suggest. The gemstone is transparent, and to the eye, without blemish except for very slight color zoning. Though by today's standards it would not be considered a high-quality amethyst, by 18th century standards it would have been a desirable and costly gemstone- and of course in today's perspective, historically significant. In many European countries the purple color of amethyst was associated with royalty– and was very popular with all of the royal families in Renaissance and Victorian Europe. Under magnification the gemstone shows the unmistakable characteristics of having been hand crafted. The coarseness of the 18th century finish is considered appealing to most gemstone collectors. And is not considered a detriment, or detract from the value of a gemstone. But these characteristics are not only expect
19thC Antique 7ct Amethyst Scotland Celt Warrior Amulet Pendant
Very Large Seven and One-Half Carat Antique Hand Crafted Genuine Natural Scottish Amethyst Semi-Precious Gemstone Pendant and Chain. Hand Cut and Engraved Leaf-Shaped Amethyst Pendant with Pin and Gold Electroplated Chain. ORIGIN: Coastal Devonian Lava Beds. Angus, Scotland. 19th Century. SIZE: Length: 15mm. Width: 10mm. Thickness: 8mm. All measurements approximate. WEIGHT: 7.38 carats. CHAIN: Contemporary gold electroplate 45 centimeters(18 inches) A wide variety of other chains are available upon request in sizes from 16 to 30 inches. And in metals ranging from gold and silver electroplate to sterling silver and solid 14kt gold. The default chain(absent contrary instructions) is gold electroplate, 18 inches. We also have available handcrafted Greek black leather cords. DETAIL: Most ancient Mediterranean cultures. Including the ancient Romans, ... moreGreeks, and Celts believed that amethyst would protect against becoming intoxicated, and would protect soldiers from harm in battle. Here's a very large, handcrafted 19th century amethyst pendant. The gemstone itself originated in the Devonian lava beds found along the coast of Angus Country, Scotland. The gemstone was hand crafted into this gorgeous little carved, engraved pendant by a 19th century Russian artisan. Very popular in 18th and 19th century Victorian Scotland, and especially with royalty throughout Europe, amethyst has remained a very popular gemstone through the 20th century. This is a very nicely colored pale lavender semi-precious gemstone. As you can see from the photo enlargements here. Though it is not a high quality gemstone, nonetheless it is very colorful, and quite attractive. The trained eye will easily discern from the photo that the gemstone has been hand-crafted. The coarseness of the 19th century finish is considered appealing to most gemstone collectors, and is not regarded as a detriment. Unlike today’s computer controlled machine processes, the cut and finish of a gemstone such as this is the legacy of an artisan who lived two centurie
Antique 19thC 2ct+ Smoky Quartz Oval Cairngorm Scotland Gemstone
Nineteenth Century Antique DARK Genuine Natural Smoky Quartz Crystal Faceted Oval from Mount Cairngorm. Scotland. CLASSIFICATION: Smoky Quartz Faceted Oval. ORIGIN: Mount Cairngorm. Scotland. 19th Century. SIZE: Length: 9mm. Width: 7mm. Depth: 4mm. All measurements approximate. WEIGHT: 2.35 carats. NOTES: Upon request we can set your gemstones as a ring. Pendant, or as earrings(click for more information) DETAIL: Ancient cultures attributed many mystical properties to quartz crystals. They were particularly used in sorcery. Magic, and witchcraft in part due to the"secret magical powers" evidenced by the weak electrical charge quartz crystals carry. Here's a very uncommon semi-precious gemstone from Victorian-era Scotland, specifically Mount Cairngorm. Very popular in 18th and 19th century Victorian Scotland, this gemstone is ... moreknown either as“Smoky” or“Cairngorm” Quartz. Generally“crystal” clear, the smoky tone is caused by the natural radiation emanating from granite stone the quartz is exposed to while buried in the earth. This is a very handsome, very large oval cut smoky quartz crystal gemstone. This particular specimen is completely transparent, with beautiful sparkle and luster. It is exceptionally clean, water clear, and very bright. It is gorgeous smoky brown color, very deeply hued, in fact, the darkest smoky quartz we've ever seen. The trained eye will easily discern from the photo that the gemstone has been hand-faceted. The coarseness of the 19th century faceting is considered appealing to most gemstone collectors, and is not considered a detriment. Unlike today’s computer controlled machine processes, the cut and finish of a gemstone such as this is the legacy of an artisan who lived two centuries ago. Such antique hand-faceted gemstones possess much greater character and appeal than today's mass-produced machine-faceted gemstones. This gemstone possesses superb luster and sparkle. And to the eye is completely transparent, but one cannot say with absolute certainty that it is unco
19thC Antique 1ct Amethyst Scotland Celt Warrior Amulet Gemstone
Very Large One Carat Antique Genuine Natural Amethyst Faceted Oval from Scotland. ORIGIN: Coastal Devonian Lava Beds. Angus, Scotland. 19th Century. SIZE: Length: 8mm. Width: 6mm. Depth: 4mm. All measurements approximate. WEIGHT: 1.02 carats. NOTES: Upon request we can set your gemstones as a ring. Pendant, or as earrings(click for more information) DETAIL: Most ancient Mediterranean cultures. Including the ancient Romans, Greeks, and Celts believed that amethyst would protect against becoming intoxicated, and would protect soldiers from harm in battle. A large, very clean, 19th century faceted amethyst oval from the Devonian lava beds found along the coast of Angus Country, Scotland. Very popular in 18th and 19th century Victorian Scotland, amethyst has remained a very popular gemstone through the 20th century. This is a very fine pale lavender ... morecolored semi-precious gemstone. As you can see from the photo enlargements here, it is to the eye completely transparent and free from inclusions, and possesses exceptional sparkle and luster. It is very clean, water clear, and very bright. The trained eye will easily discern from the photo that the gemstone has been hand-faceted. The coarseness of the 19th century faceting is considered appealing to most gemstone collectors, and is not considered a detriment. Unlike today’s computer controlled machine processes, the cut and finish of a gemstone such as this is the legacy of an artisan who lived two centuries ago. Such antique hand-faceted gemstones possess much greater character and appeal than today's mass-produced machine-faceted gemstones. This gemstone possesses superb luster and sparkle. And to the eye is completely transparent, but it is not absolutely flawless. True, the blemishes it possesses are not visible to the naked eye, and the gemstone can be characterized at a minimum, to use trade jargon, as"eye clean" To the eye it is indeed flawless; however magnified 500% as it is here, you might be able to pick out one or two slight imperfections(includ
18thC Antique 8ct Amethyst Scotland Celt Greek Amulet
Eighteenth Century Antique Handcrafted Seven and Three-Quarter Carat Dark Royal Purple Antique Genuine Natural Amethyst Oval. CLASSIFICATION: Royal Amethyst Cabochon Oval. ORIGIN: Coastal Devonian Lava Beds. Angus, Scotland. 19th Century. SIZE: Length: 15mm. Width: 11mm. Depth: 6 1/2mm. All measurements approximate. WEIGHT: 7.77 carats. NOTES: Upon request we can set your gemstone as a ring. Earring, or pendant. DETAIL: Most ancient Mediterranean cultures. Including the ancient Romans, Greeks, and Celts believed that amethyst would protect against becoming intoxicated, and would protect soldiers from harm in battle. Legend attributes the Amethyst's lovely color to the Greek God Bacchus(the god of wine) In many European countries the rich purple color of dark amethyst was associated with royalty– and was very popular with all of the royal ... morefamilies in Renaissance and Victorian Europe. Here’s a large, very colorful 18th century handcrafted dark royal purple amethyst oval from the Devonian lava beds found along the coast of Angus Country, Scotland. Very popular in 18th and 19th century Victorian Scotland, amethyst has remained a very popular gemstone through the 20th century. Gorgeous. Vibrant, and richly hued, this striking gemstone possesses breathtaking luster and rich texture. This unusual gemstone was hand shaped and polished into this beautiful oval cut cabochon by an 18th century Russian artisan, part of an heritage renown for the production of the elaborate gemstones and jewelry of the Czars of Medieval, Renaissance, and Victorian Russia. It is a fascinating gemstone, much nicer in appearance than the images here would suggest. It is a nice quality amethyst by 18th century standards. The gemstone is transparent, though as one can easily discern, by no means flawless. By today’s standards it is not a high quality amethyst– though of course it is generous in size, remarkable in color, and historically significant. But judged by 18th century standards, this was a nice, large, sumptuous, and not inexpensi
Antique 19thC 6ct Smoky Quartz Cairngorm Scotland Sacred Gem of Druid Celt Magic
Two Exquisite. Antique, Nineteenth Century Briolette Cut Hand Faceted Genuine Natural Scottish Smoky Quartz Briolette Cut Semi-Precious Gemstones. Mounted onto contemporary high quality solid sterling silver French hooks. CLASSIFICATION: Briolette Cut Scottish Smoky Quartz. ORIGIN: Mount Cairngorm. Scotland. Handcut in or near Yekaterinburg, Russia. 19th Century. SIZE: Length: 10mm. Diameter: 7mm. WEIGHT: 6.16 carats(the pair) NOTES: Other setting styles(euro clicks. Lever backs, kidney wires, ball/stud dangles) are available upon request, both in 14kt solid gold and in 14kt gold fill, as well as in sterling silver. DETAIL: Smoky quartz from Mount Cairngorm. Scotland, known as"cairngorm" and since ancient times has been a favorite ornamental gemstone. It is the national gemstone of Scotland and has been considered a sacred stone ... morefor millennia, a belief dating back to the Druids. Many ancient cultures attributed many mystical properties to quartz crystals. They were particularly used in sorcery, magic, and witchcraft in part due to the"secret magical powers" evidenced by the weak electrical charge quartz crystals carry. For centuries Smoky Quartz has also been commonly set into the pommel of the Scottish dirk, or“black dagger” a long dagger with a straight blade that is a prerequisite of Highland costume. Here are two richly colored, antique, hand faceted, very uncommon semi-precious gemstones from Victorian-era Scotland, specifically Mount Cairngorm. Very popular in 18th and 19th century Victorian Scotland, these gemstones are known either as“Smoky” or“Cairngorm” Quartz. Generally“crystal” clear, the smoky tone is caused by the natural radiation emanating from granite stone the quartz is exposed to while buried in the earth. These are two very handsome gemstones, completely transparent, with beautiful sparkle and luster. They are exceptionally clean, water clear, and possess gorgeous smoky brown color. These particular gemstones were hand cut and faceted into somewhat coarse briolettes, an old
Antique 19thC 1ct Smoky Quartz Ovals Cairngorm Scotland Gemstones
Two Antique Handcrafted Genuine Natural Smoky Quartz Crystal Faceted Ovals from Mount Cairngorm. Scotland. CLASSIFICATION: Smoky Quartz Faceted Oval. ORIGIN: Mount Cairngorm. Scotland. 19th Century. Handcut in or near Yekaterinburg, Russia, 19th Century. SIZE: Length: 8mm. Width: 6mm. Depth: 4mm. All measurements approximate. WEIGHT: 2.25 carats(the pair) NOTES: Upon request we can set your gemstones as a ring. Pendant, or as earrings(click for more information) DETAIL: Ancient cultures attributed many mystical properties to quartz crystals. They were particularly used in sorcery. Magic, and witchcraft in part due to the"secret magical powers" evidenced by the weak electrical charge quartz crystals carry. Here are two very uncommon semi-precious gemstones from Victorian-era Scotland, specifically Mount Cairngorm. Very popular in ... more18th and 19th century Victorian Scotland, these gemstones are known either as“Smoky” or“Cairngorm” Quartz. Generally“crystal” clear, the smoky tone is caused by the natural radiation emanating from granite stone the quartz is exposed to while buried in the earth. These are very handsome, very large oval cut smoky quartz crystal gemstones. These particular specimens are completely transparent, with beautiful sparkle and luster. They are exceptionally clean, water clear, and very bright. They are a gorgeous smoky brown color. The gemstones were hand crafted and faceted by a 19th century Russian artisan, part of an heritage renown for the production of the elaborate gemstones and jewelry of the Czars of Medieval, Renaissance, and Victorian Russia. Under magnification the gemstones show the unmistakable characteristics of having been hand crafted. The coarseness of the 19th century finish is considered appealing to most gemstone collectors. And is not considered a detriment, or detract from the value of a gemstone. These characteristics are not only expected of hand-finished gemstones, most serious collectors consider such gemstones more desirable, possessed of greater character a
19thC Antique 5 1/3ct Scotland Cairngorm Sacred Druid Gem Sterling Pendant
Colossal Antique Genuine Natural Smoky Quartz Crystal Faceted Oval from Mount Cairngorm. Scotland. Mounted into high quality solid sterling silver pendant(not cheap silver plated) CLASSIFICATION: Smoky Quartz Faceted Oval. ORIGIN: Mount Cairngorm. Scotland. 19th Century. Chain and pendant setting contemporary. SIZE: Length: 14mm. Width: 9mm. Depth: 7mm. All measurements approximate. WEIGHT: 5.33 carats. NOTE: Default chain is silver electroplate 16. 18, 20 or 24 inch(provided free) Sterling silver chains are also available in lengths from 16 to 24 inches. 14kt solid gold pendant setting together with 14kt gold fill and solid 14kt gold chains in lengths from 18 to 24 inches are available upon request. NOTE: If you would like only the gemstone. And not the setting, we can dismount the gemstone and offer you the gemstone without the setting. ... moreJust let us know, and yes, we’ll discount the price by the cost of the setting. DETAIL: Cairngorm. Or“Smoky Quartz” is the national gemstone of Scotland and has been considered a sacred stone for millennia, a belief dating back to the Druids. Ancient cultures attributed many mystical properties to quartz crystals. They were particularly used in sorcery, magic, and witchcraft in part due to the"secret magical powers" evidenced by the weak electrical charge quartz crystals carry. For centuries Smoky Quartz has also been commonly set into the pommel of the Scottish dirk, or“black dagger” a long dagger with a straight blade that is a prerequisite of Highland costume. The setting is of contemporary origin. It is a high quality setting manufactured by one of the USA’s leading semi-custom mount producers. It is constructed of solid sterling silver, and can be reset into 14kt gold if requested. The default chain is silver electroplated 24 inch. However we do have solid sterling silver(as well as 14kt gold and gold fill) chains available in lengths between 16 and 24 inches available upon request. Here's a very uncommon semi-precious gemstone from Victorian-era Scotland. Spe
19thC Antique Scotland 41ct Citrine Celtic Sunshine Earrings
Two Twenty Carat Antique Nineteenth Century Handcrafted Briolette Cut Citrines. Mounted into contemporary high quality 14kt French hooks. ORIGIN: Coastal Devonian Lava Beds. Angus, Scotland. 19th Century. SIZE: Length: 22mm. Width: 14mm. All measurements approximate. WEIGHT: 41.21 carats(combined gemstone weight) NOTES: Other setting styles(euro clicks. Lever backs, kidney wires, ball/stud dangles) are available upon request, both in 14kt solid gold and in 14kt gold fill. DETAIL: The Romans. Greeks and Celts believed citrine to be the crystallized essence of sunshine, and believed it would aid in digestion and cleanse toxins from the body, and it was even carried as protection against snake venom. Here are two large, very clean, golden yellow citrines which originated in the Devonian lava beds found along the coast of Angus Country, Scotland. ... moreThese are exquisite gemstones which are completely transparent, exceptionally clean, water clear, with beautiful sparkle and luster. These particular gemstones were hand cut and faceted into these somewhat coarse briolettes, an old fashioned cut reflecting their heritage, by a 19th century Russian artisan, part of an heritage renown for the production of the elaborate gemstones and jewelry of the Czars of Medieval, Renaissance, and Victorian Russia. These are very beautiful and brightly hued citrine semi-precious gemstones which though as you can clearly see in these photo enlargements might not be absolutely flawless. They are eye clean. Under magnification the gemstones show the unmistakable characteristics of having been hand crafted. However the coarseness of the nineteenth century finish is considered appealing to most gemstone collectors, and is not considered a detriment, or detract from the value of a gemstone. These characteristics are not only expected of hand-finished gemstones, most serious collectors consider such gemstones more desirable, possessed of greater character and uniqueness when compared to today's cookie-cutter mass-produced machine-tumbled ge
Antique 19¼ct Amethyst Scotland Celtic Warrior Amulet
Nineteen and One-Quarter Carat Antique Russian Handcrafted Oval Cut Faceted Scottish Purple Amethyst. Contemporary High Quality Sterling Silver Ring(Size 7– Resizing Available) GEMSTONE ORIGIN: Coastal Devonian Lava Beds. Angus, Scotland. Gemstone Handcut in Russia. SIZE: Length: 20mm. Width: 17 1/2mm. Depth: 10mm. All measurements approximate. WEIGHT: 19.23 carats. NOTES: Resizing is available. 14kt solid gold setting is also available. DETAIL: Most ancient Mediterranean cultures. Including the ancient Romans, Greeks, and Celts believed that amethyst would protect against becoming intoxicated, and would protect soldiers from harm in battle. Here’s a flawless quality purple amethyst which originated from Angus, Scotland. Exported to Russia, the gemstone was hand crafted and faceted by a Russian artisan, part of a centuries-long heritage renown ... morefor the production of the elaborate gemstones and jewelry of the Czars of Medieval, Renaissance, and Victorian Russia. Very popular in 18th and 19th century Victorian Scotland, amethyst has remained a very popular gemstone through the 20th century. The gemstone was most likely cut in the late nineteenth or early twentieth century into this very fine. Beautifully colored semi-precious gemstone. As you can see from the photo enlargements here, it is to the eye completely transparent and free from inclusions, and possesses exceptional sparkle and luster. It is very clean, water clear, and very bright with brilliant sparkles. The gemstone was cut into this gorgeous faceted oval. Under magnification the gemstone shows the unmistakable characteristics of having been hand crafted. The coarseness of the antique, handcrafted finish is considered appealing to most gemstone collectors, and is not considered a detriment, or to detract from the value of a gemstone. Of course these characteristics are not only expected of antique. Hand-finished gemstones, most serious collectors consider such gemstones more desirable, possessed of greater character and uniqueness when compared to
Antique 19thC 6ct Smoky Quartz Oval Cairngorm Scotland Sterling Pendant
Antique Handcrafted Genuine Natural Smoky Quartz Crystal Faceted Oval from Mount Cairngorm. Scotland. Mounted into high quality solid sterling silver pendant(not cheap silver plated) CLASSIFICATION: Smoky Quartz Faceted Oval. ORIGIN: Mount Cairngorm. Scotland. 19th Century. Handcut in or near Yekaterinburg, Russia, 19th Century. Chain and pendant setting contemporary. SIZE: Length: 13mm. Width: 11mm. Depth: 8mm. All measurements approximate. WEIGHT: 6.25 carats. NOTES: Default chain is silver electroplate 16. 18, 20 or 24 inch(provided free) Sterling silver chains are also available in lengths from 16 to 24 inches. 14kt solid gold pendant setting together with 14kt gold fill and solid 14kt gold chains in lengths from 18 to 24 inches are available upon request. DETAIL: Ancient cultures attributed many mystical properties to quartz crystals. ... moreThey were particularly used in sorcery. Magic, and witchcraft in part due to the"secret magical powers" evidenced by the weak electrical charge quartz crystals carry. Here's a very uncommon semi-precious gemstone from Victorian-era Scotland, specifically Mount Cairngorm. Very popular in 18th and 19th century Victorian Scotland, this gemstone is known either as“Smoky” or“Cairngorm” Quartz. Generally“crystal” clear, the smoky tone is caused by the natural radiation emanating from granite stone the quartz is exposed to while buried in the earth. This is a very handsome, very large oval cut smoky quartz crystal gemstone. This particular specimen is completely transparent, with beautiful sparkle and luster. It is exceptionally clean, water clear, and very bright. It is gorgeous smoky brown color. The gemstone was hand crafted and faceted by a 19th century Russian artisan, part of an heritage renown for the production of the elaborate gemstones and jewelry of the Czars of Medieval, Renaissance, and Victorian Russia. Under magnification the gemstone shows the unmistakable characteristics of having been hand crafted. The coarseness of the 19th century finish is considered
Celtic Sunshine 19thC Antique 2 1/3ct Scotland Citrine Gemstone
Gorgeous Two and one Third Carat Antique Genuine Natural Faceted Citrine Oval. ORIGIN: Coastal Devonian Lava Beds. Angus, Scotland. 19th Century. SIZE: Length: 10mm. Width: 8mm. Depth: 5mm. All measurements approximate. WEIGHT: 2.41 Carats. NOTES: Upon request we can set your gemstones as a ring. Pendant, or as earrings(click for more information) DETAIL: The Romans. Greeks and Celts believed citrine to be the crystallized essence of sunshine, and believed it would aid in digestion and cleanse toxins from the body, and it was even carried as protection against snake venom. Here's a very large, very clean, 19th century lemon-yellow faceted oval citrine from the Devonian lava beds found along the coast of Angus Country, Scotland. Very popular in 18th and 19th century Victorian Scotland, citrine has remained a very popular gemstone through ... morethe 20th century. This is a very fine pastel citrus yellow colored semi-precious gemstone. As you can see from the photo enlargements here, it is to the eye completely transparent and free from inclusions, and possesses exceptional sparkle and luster. It is very clean, water clear, and very bright. The trained eye will easily discern from the photo that the gemstone has been hand-faceted. The coarseness of the 19th century faceting is considered appealing to most gemstone collectors, and is not considered a detriment. Unlike today’s computer controlled machine processes, the cut and finish of a gemstone such as this is the legacy of an artisan who lived two centuries ago. Such antique hand-faceted gemstones possess much greater character and appeal than today's mass-produced machine-faceted gemstones. This gemstone has great luster and sparkle. And to the eye is completely transparent, but it is not absolutely flawless. True, the blemishes it possesses are not visible to the naked eye, and the gemstone can be characterized at a minimum, to use trade jargon, as"eye clean" To the eye it is indeed flawless; however magnified 500% as it is here, you might be able to
19thC Antique 56ct Scotland Amethyst Ancient Celtic Roman Greek Warrior Talisman
Antique 19th Century Handcrafted Natural Fifty Six Carat“Old-Fashion” Cut Amethyst from Scotland(Handcrafted in Russia) ORIGIN: Coastal Devonian Lava Beds. Angus, Scotland. 19th Century. SIZE: Length: 28mm. Width: 25mm. Depth: 13mm. All measurements approximate. WEIGHT: 55.95 carats. NOTES: Upon request we can set your gemstones as a ring. Pendant, or as earrings(click for more information) DETAIL: Most ancient Mediterranean cultures. Including the ancient Romans, Greeks, Persians and Celts believed that amethyst would protect against becoming intoxicated, and would protect soldiers from harm in battle. In both ancient Greece and Rome rings of amethyst set in bronze were worn as charms against evil. Legends of the ancient classical Mediterranean attribute the Amethyst's lovely color to the Greek God Bacchus(the god of wine) Here's ... morea very large, very clean, 19th century faceted amethyst oval from the Devonian lava beds found along the coast of Angus Country, Scotland. Exported to Russia, the gemstone was hand crafted and faceted by a 19th century Russian artisan, part of an heritage renown for the production of the elaborate gemstones and jewelry of the Czars of Medieval, Renaissance, and Victorian Russia. Very popular in 18th and 19th century Victorian Scotland, amethyst has remained a very popular gemstone through the 20th century. This is a very fine richly hued, regally textured deep purple colored semi-precious gemstone. It was hand cut into a sparkling, brilliant, faceted“old-fashioned” cut gemstone with lots of flash and depth. The cut is also known within the trade as a“cushion” As you can see from the photo enlargements here. It is to the eye completely transparent and free from inclusions, and possesses exceptional sparkle and luster. It is very clean, water clear, and very bright with brilliant sparkles. Under magnification the gemstone shows the unmistakable characteristics of having been hand crafted. The coarseness of the 19th century finish is considered appealing to most gemstone col
2 Antique ½ct Scotland Amethyst Ancient Medieval Shamans Wizards Visions Spells
Two Beautiful One-Half Carat Antique Genuine Natural Dark Royal Amethyst Faceted Trillions. Mounted into contemporary high quality 14kt studs. CLASSIFICATION: Two Faceted Dark Royal Amethyst Oval Semi-Precious Gemstones. ORIGIN: Coastal Devonian Lava Beds. Angus, Scotland. 19th Century. 14 kt Gold Fill Settings are Contemporary. SIZE: Length: 5mm. Width: 5mm. Depth: 2mm. All measurements approximate. WEIGHT: 0.97 carats(the pair) NOTE: 14kt solid gold settings and other setting styles are available upon request. NOTE: If you would like only the gemstone. And not the setting, we can dismount the gemstone and offer you the gemstone without the setting. Just let us know, and yes, we’ll discount the price by the cost of the setting. DETAIL: Shamans of the ancient and medieval world used amethyst to assist prophecy and visions. Amethyst was also ... moreused in spells designed to magnify beauty. In Renaissance magic. An amethyst engraved with the image of a bear was worn as a protective amulet, and had the power to put demons to flight. Most ancient Mediterranean cultures, including the ancient Romans, Greeks, Persians and Celts believed that amethyst protect soldiers from harm in battle. Here are two very nice, very clean, 19th century faceted amethyst gemstones from the Devonian lava beds found along the coast of Angus Country, Scotland. Very popular in 18th and 19th century Victorian Scotland, amethyst has remained a very popular gemstone through the 20th century. The faceted cut is a coarse precursor to what eventually became known in the industry as a“trillion cut” a three sided shape resembling a pyramid with rounded corners. The trillion cut is very popular contemporarily with amethyst, but also sapphire, aquamarine, topaz, ruby, and peridot. These are two very majestically colored purple semi-precious gemstones. As you can see from the photo enlargements here, both gemstones are to the eye completely transparent and free from inclusions, and possess exceptional sparkle and luster. They are very clean, water c
HUGE Antique 66ct Amethyst Scotland Celt Warrior Amulet
Sixty-Six Carats! Antique Russian Handcrafted Genuine Natural Amethyst Faceted Emerald Cut Semi-Precious Gemstone from Scotland. Contemporary High Quality Sterling Silver Pendant. GEMSTONE ORIGIN: Coastal Devonian Lava Beds. Angus, Scotland. Gemstone Handcut in Russia. SIZE: Length: 31 1/2mm. Width: 23mm. Depth: 11 1/2mm. All measurements approximate. WEIGHT: 66.18 carats. Chain: Contemporary silver electroplate 60 centimeters(24 inches) A wide variety of other chains are available upon request in sizes from 16 to 30 inches. And in metals ranging from gold and silver electroplate to sterling silver and solid 14kt gold. The default chain(absent contrary instructions) is silver electroplate, 24 inches. We also have available handcrafted Greek black leather cords. NOTE: If you would like only the gemstone. And not the setting, we can dismount ... morethe gemstone and offer you the gemstone without the setting. Just let us know, and yes, we’ll discount the price by the cost of the setting. DETAIL: Most ancient Mediterranean cultures. Including the ancient Romans, Greeks, Persians and Celts believed that amethyst would protect against becoming intoxicated, and would protect soldiers from harm in battle. In both ancient Greece and Rome rings of amethyst set in bronze were worn as charms against evil. Legends of the ancient classical Mediterranean attribute the Amethyst's lovely color to the Greek God Bacchus(the god of wine) Here’s a flawless quality purple amethyst which originated from Angus, Scotland. Exported to Russia, the gemstone was hand crafted and faceted by a Russian artisan, part of a centuries-long heritage renown for the production of the elaborate gemstones and jewelry of the Czars of Medieval, Renaissance, and Victorian Russia. Very popular in 18th and 19th century Victorian Scotland, amethyst has remained a very popular gemstone through the 20th century. This is a very fine. Beautifully colored semi-precious gemstone. As you can see from the photo enlargements here, it is to the eye completely trans
19thC Antique Handcarved 7ct Amethyst Scotland Celt Roman Persian Warrior Amulet
Very Large Seven Carat Antique Hand Crafted Genuine Natural Scottish Amethyst Semi-Precious Gemstone Pendant and Chain. Hand Cut and Engraved Leaf-Shaped Amethyst Pendant with Sterling Silver Pin and Chain. ORIGIN: Coastal Devonian Lava Beds. Angus, Scotland. 19th Century. SIZE: Length: 13mm. Width: 10mm. Thickness: 7mm. All measurements approximate. WEIGHT: 6.82 carats. CHAIN: Contemporary silver electroplate 48 centimeters(18 inches) A wide variety of other chains are available upon request in sizes from 16 to 30 inches. And in metals ranging from gold and silver electroplate to sterling silver and solid 14kt gold. The default chain(absent contrary instructions) is silver electroplate, 18 inches. We also have available handcrafted Greek black leather cords. DETAIL: Most ancient Mediterranean cultures. Including the ancient Romans, Greeks, ... morePersians and Celts believed that amethyst would protect against becoming intoxicated, and would protect soldiers from harm in battle. In both ancient Greece and Rome rings of amethyst set in bronze were worn as charms against evil. Legends of the ancient classical Mediterranean attribute the Amethyst's lovely color to the Greek God Bacchus(the god of wine) Here's a very large, handcrafted 19th century amethyst pendant. The gemstone itself originated in the Devonian lava beds found along the coast of Angus Country, Scotland. The gemstone was hand crafted into this gorgeous little carved, engraved pendant by a 19th century Russian artisan, part of an heritage renown for the production of the elaborate gemstones and jewelry of the Czars of Medieval, Renaissance, and Victorian Russia. Very popular in 18th and 19th century Victorian Scotland, and especially with royalty throughout Europe, amethyst has remained a very popular gemstone through the 20th century. This is a very nicely colored pale lavender semi-precious gemstone. As you can see from the photo enlargements here. Though it is not a high quality gemstone, nonetheless it is very colorful, and quite attractive. Und
Antique Handcrafted 48ct Scotland Amethyst British Crown Jewels Edward Confessor
TRANSLATE Arabic Chinese French German Greek Indonesian Italian Hindi Japanese Korean Swedish Portuguese Russian Spanish Antique 19th Century Handcrafted Natural Forty Seven and Three-Quarter Carat Amethyst from Scotland(Handcrafted in Russia) ORIGIN: Coastal Devonian Lava Beds. Angus, Scotland. 19th Century. SIZE: Length: 25 1/2mm. Width: 23mm. Depth: 14mm. All measurements approximate. WEIGHT: 47.71 carats. NOTES: Upon request we can set your gemstones as a ring. Pendant, or as earrings(click for more information) DETAIL: Most ancient Mediterranean cultures. Including the ancient Romans, Greeks, and Celts believed that amethyst would protect against becoming intoxicated, and would protect soldiers from harm in battle. Ancient legends attribute the Amethyst's lovely color to the Greek God Bacchus(the god of wine) Here's a very large, ... morevery clean, 19th century faceted amethyst cushion cut from the Devonian lava beds found along the coast of Angus Country, Scotland. Exported to Russia, the gemstone was hand crafted and faceted by a 19th century Russian artisan, part of an heritage renown for the production of the elaborate gemstones and jewelry of the Czars of Medieval, Renaissance, and Victorian Russia. Very popular in 18th and 19th century Victorian Scotland, amethyst has remained a very popular gemstone through the 20th century. This is a very fine richly hued, regally textured deep purple colored semi-precious gemstone. As you can see from the photo enlargements here, it is to the eye completely transparent and free from inclusions, and possesses exceptional sparkle and luster. It is very clean, water clear, and very bright with brilliant sparkles. Under magnification the gemstone shows the unmistakable characteristics of having been hand crafted. The coarseness of the 19th century finish is considered appealing to most gemstone collectors. And is not considered a detriment, or detract from the value of a gemstone. These characteristics are not only expected of hand-finished gemstones, most serious co