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15ct gold
by: Yvonne

The years from 1837-1901, were some of the most progressive in the history of jewelry.

Jewelry made during the period is called Victorian jewelry as it coincided with the reign of Queen Victoria. Her ascension to the throne was a welcome relief after years of British royalty who who instilled neither pride or admiration in the minds of their British subjects.

In England, in 1854 9ct and 15 ct were legalized. Before this time 18 ct gold was the standard.

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Yvonne Hammouda-Eyre.

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The years from 1837-1901, were some of the most progressive in the history of jewelry.

Jewelry made during the period is called Victorian jewelry as it coincided with the reign of Queen Victoria. Her ascension to the throne was a welcome relief after years of British royalty who who instilled neither pride or admiration in the minds of their British subjects.

In England, in 1854 9ct and 15 ct were legalized. Before this time 18 ct gold was the standard.

best regards
Yvonne Hammouda-Eyre.

For an excellent antique jewelry valuation service please visit.
What It's Worth 2 You.

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