Charles I Enamel Locket

July 15, 2011

Charles I Enamel Locket

Collecting is all about historical archiving, keeping these pieces safe for the future and letting as many people learn about them as possible. In this case, I think Barbara Robbins has a wonderful and important piece on display that we can all learn from:

“Here is a locket of Charles 1st I bought in the last year.  The photo shows a little glare on the blue enamel, but the enamel is pristine… the pearl was a later addition, and remember, the white spots on the enamel are not damage, but glare.”

Charles I Enamel LocketCharles I Enamel Locket

One Response to “Charles I Enamel Locket”


  1. […] Entered Mourning: c.1680-1700 Memento Mori Mourning Ring > Spotlight On: Ribbon Slides > Charles I Enamel Locket > Charles II Silver Locket > Queen Mary II Memento Mori Slide > Revisiting A Charles […]


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