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eye miniature from the 18th or 19th century; 'lover's eyes'

eye miniature from the 18th or 19th century; 'lover's eyes'

Sapphire & Sage - Renaissance & Medieval Period Portrait Painting Replication Jewelry Pieces

Sapphire & Sage - Renaissance & Medieval Period Portrait Painting Replication Jewelry Pieces

Watching you...

Watching you...

Glimpse: Lover's Eye

Glimpse: Lover's Eye

mythologyofblue: “ And the saint writhes and pulls back into himself; yet in his eyes there was still a look which thought this was possible: he had glimpsed it. -Rilke, The Notebooks of Malte Laurids...

mythologyofblue: “ And the saint writhes and pulls back into himself; yet in his eyes there was still a look which thought this was possible: he had glimpsed it. -Rilke, The Notebooks of Malte Laurids...

Antique Gold Frame Miniature LOVERS EYE Ivory Painting Brooch

Antique Gold Frame Miniature LOVERS EYE Ivory Painting Brooch

An enamel and seed-pearl brooch/pendant, c.1810, enclosing a lover's eye surrounded by clouds, signifying that the loved one is in heaven.

An enamel and seed-pearl brooch/pendant, c.1810, enclosing a lover's eye surrounded by clouds, signifying that the loved one is in heaven.

Georgian eye miniature mourning ring, circa 1800. Blue eye miniature on ivory, painted in the clouds with black enameling on the surround and shank. See "Georgian Jewellery" by Ginny Reddington Dawes, page 164. ©2007 Cathy Gordon.

Georgian eye miniature mourning ring, circa 1800. Blue eye miniature on ivory, painted in the clouds with black enameling on the surround and shank. See "Georgian Jewellery" by Ginny Reddington Dawes, page 164. ©2007 Cathy Gordon.

In the 18th and 19th centuries, wealthy British and European lovers exchanged ‘eye miniatures…love tokens so clandestine that even now it is almost impossible to identify their recipients or the people they depict. They were meant to be worn inside the lapel, near the heart.

In the 18th and 19th centuries, wealthy British and European lovers exchanged ‘eye miniatures…love tokens so clandestine that even now it is almost impossible to identify their recipients or the people they depict. They were meant to be worn inside the lapel, near the heart.

Fake eye miniature from Ebay

Détails sur SUPERBE Georgian PORTRAIT MINIATURE FEMME avec les amateurs de l'œil à l'arrière c 1790- afficher le titre d'origine

Fake eye miniature from Ebay

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