Morning Glory Antiques & Jewelry
at the

ANTIQUE CONNECTION MALL
and on the internet since 1996
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Jane Haley Clarke, owner
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Welcome to the beauty, history and art that is vintage jewelry. We buy and sell vintage rhinestone, costume, designer, bakelite and antique Georgian & Victorian jewelry, purses and accessories.
To be alerted when NEW ITEMS are added to the site, please e-mail jane@morninggloryantiques.com and we will be glad to add you to the contact list.
All jewelry is in excellent vintage condition unless specified otherwise.  All items are subject to prior sale.
We work constantly to offer extensive jewelry research, pictures and information in our reference, " Jewel Chat " and gallery " Morning Glory Collects ". 
We share our reference material free of charge and work hard to make it accurate, but as with any research, mistakes can be made. We are not responsible for the use you make of the information here or the honest mistakes that may occur from time to time.
We do not offer identification, valuation or appraisal services. 

TO PURCHASE: You are on a reference page of Morning Glory Antiques & Jewelry. Most of these items were photographed from private collections, and are for reference only.
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Morning Glory Collects...
vintage jewelry we enjoy buying, wearing and sharing


Victorian Children's Jewelry
Vintage children's jewelry can be seen in many of the old photographs. Coral beads, silver lockets, bead necklaces and little bracelets all seem to have been popular in the Victorian era. Coral was thought to ward off ill health so even babies worn small beaded necklaces and bracelets of coral. "Baby" was embossed or engraved on tiny pins and bracelets, and jewelry with compartments for a treasured photo of a baby or child was also popular. Many vintage jewelry catalogues offered these pieces.
 

     PHOTO PIN Great Aunt Mary and Grandmother Agnes as young girls, 1890's. Agnes wears a tiny heart locket.   View

    VICTORIAN swivel brooch with charming little girl wearing a hand-knit sweater and carved jet beads and holding her toy ball on one side, and a hand stitched floral bouquet on the other, 1-5/8".   View   View   #V29249  

VICTORIAN photo pin, blonde baby in oval hollow gold frame, some dents.   View   #V29350  

 

VICTORIAN girl's Persian turquoise ring and gold filled thimble in original fitted box. This would have bee a lovely gift for a young girl.   View   View   View   View   View   #V32850

VICTORIAN hand tinted little girl photo brooch with seed pearls set in sterling, 7/8". #V27599 

VICTORIAN young girl wearing a cameo necklace, a bracelet and ring as well as a lovely striped jacket with buttons. Photographer Heath, Main Street, Plymouth, NH.   View   View   View

 

 

   Sisters wearing stick coral necklaces. 

VICTORIAN gold filled branch coral pin with pendant loop on the back, circa 1890, 1-1/2".   View   #V4417

A young girl wearing a sentimental photo locket and a bangle bracelet.   

 

 
VICTORIAN "Baby" pin in gold tone with blue enamel, 1-3/4".   View   #V29872
 
 VICTORIAN baby pin with green enamel, marked "silver" on the back, 1-1/8".   View   #V29479  VICTORIAN 9ct gold tiny pin with raised letters "BABY" and beaded edge, 1-1/8".   View   #V28778

 

 VICTORIAN gold filled engraved "baby" pin, 1-1/4".   View   #V23865 VICTORIAN baby pin marked "silver", etched and pierced, circa 1890, 1-1/2" 12.   View   #V32407 VICTORIAN gold tone "baby" pin, marked "T.S.C." on the back, 1".   View   #V32201

 

VICTORIAN sterling "Baby" pin, hallmarked Birmingham 1888, maker &J, 1-1/2" by 1/3".   View   #V31971

"Baby" pin, engraved and enameled, from
Roddin's Jewelry Catalogue, 1887.

VICTORIAN baby pin gold tone with black enamel, 1-1/8".   View   #V32196

 

   
  VICTORIAN delicate gold baby pin, 1-1/2" by 1/3". The word "Baby" is surrounded by decorative scrolls. What a charming gift for a new baby, to be handed down from generation to generation.   View   #V38418  

 

  ETCHED gold tone hinged bangle with engraving inside "LSM to LMG", child's size at 5-1/2" by 1/2".   View   View   #V27839 

VICTORIAN gold filled bangle with "BABY" and scrolls engraved on the front, adjustable up to a maximum of 5-7/8" and 1/3" wide at front  #V31977

VICTORIAN "AC Co." yellow gold plated hinged child's hollow bracelet, reposse flowers, 6" by 1/4".   View   View   #G60599

 

   

      Cornelia Bennett Negley (on the tricycle) and William Bennett Negley, circa 1900.

    BUNNIES BIB CLIP  rabbits in sterling for the well-dressed 1950's era baby. It was put around the baby's neck and clipped to a fancy hanky used as a bib.

Sisters Mary and Agnes King with their dolls and carriage, circa 1900 

 

Children wearing straw hats and lace bonnet with rocking horse. VICTORIAN silver etched fern leaves design hinged bangle, extra dainty size probably for a child, best on a wrist of about 5-5-1/4", it measures inside 6" by 1".   View   #V31580   EDWARDIAN hand painted on ivory little boy brooch, 1-3/4". View #V27597

 

  

   

 

VICTORIAN silver hand made pendant with a photo of a little boy on one side, and a lock of his hair tied with a ribbon and his baby ring on the other.   View   View   #V29576 VICTORIAN photo brooch of little girl in straw hat set in gold tone twist frame.   View   #V29596 VICTORIAN Aesthetic style yellow gold filled with rose gold overlay oval brooch with a parrot in a swing and a little girl in fur cap and collar photo on the reverse, circa 1880.   View   View   #V29577

 

VICTORIAN photo pin, sepia of little girl wearing sailor suit and hat.   View   #V29341 VICTORIAN photo pin, wide-eyed little girl with brunette curls, necktie, gold tone twist frame.    View   #V29314 VICTORIAN photo pin,  little brunette girl in sailor suit.   View   #V29316

 

   Victorian photograph of a young girl wearing an ornate book chain criss-cross necklace with a cameo and a bar pin, circa 1890.  

      VICTORIAN gold filled ornate book chain criss-cross necklace with hard stone cameo, 18" with 2-1/3" front drop, circa 1880. See Christie Romero's "Warman's Jewelry, Edition 2" page 55.  View   #V27342

VICTORIAN mother and child. The mother wears a vulcanite hair comb, a bar pin and a cameo slide necklace and holds a purse.

 

VICTORIAN Etruscan revival baby bracelet in gold tone and garnet, circa 1885, 5-1/4". See the 1887 E.V. Roddin Catalogue page with bracelets like this, and also Bell's "Collecting Victorian Jewelry" page 133.    View   View   #V32310

RODDIN 1888 Catalogue
Fine solid gold bracelets, polished stiffened wire, polished square stiffened wire, Roman flower bracelets.

VICTORIAN Manathon Craft gold filled baby or child's bangle engraved "BJL" on the front, 5" around on the inside.  View   #V23374 

 

VICTORIAN photo pin with little girl with short bangs, twist gold tone and green enamel frame brooch.   View   #V29583  VICTORIAN photo pin with a sepia of a little boy wearing his dress jacket and tie.   View   #V29588   VICTORIAN photo pin, child in beaded edge setting, 1-1/2".  View   #V28075

 

VICTORIAN photo pin, enameled baby pin, as is.   View   #V29336 VICTORIAN photo pin, sepia of a little girl sucking her thumb button photo brooch, "Granley Photo Button, Chicago" on back.   View   #V29340 VICTORIAN photo pin, little brunette girl with bows on shoulders.   View   #V29337

 

 

      Three school girls with big hair bows circa 1890. The middle girl wears a locket and the girl on the right wears beads and a buckle on her belt.

     14 KARAT baby or young child's ring with Persian turquoise and seed pearls, size 2-3/4.   #G23828

Charming young lady in white eyelet dress, circa 1900. 

 

ENGLISH sterling silver baby bangle, hallmarked Chester 1918, 4-1/2" by 1/4".    View   View   View    #Q31768

Victorian high button black child's shoes.

Child in high button shoes with her doll in a hand-tinted photograph.

 

VICTORIAN photo pin, little girl leaning on chair back, reverse marked, "WT Ross".   View   #V29513 PHOTO frames, round,  from the John Fryxell Catalogue 1902.    VICTORIAN little girl in fancy coat button photo brooch, rev "Photo Button Co".   View   #V29514

 

  
VICTORIAN photo pin, sepia of a young girl holding a rose.   View   #V29323 VICTORIAN photo pin, young school girl in faceted gold filled setting.    View   #V29324 VICTORIAN photo brooch, little girl in sailor suit.  View   #V29325

 

  

   Young ladies dressed all in white carrying rose bouquets and shirred purses..

      BLUE enameled baby hair locket with painted pink rose, bow suspending pin, 2-1/3". View #Q27371

   Young lady wearing her locket on a neck chain and earrings.

 

  
VICTORIAN photo pin, little girl in striped dress.   View   #V29322 VICTORIAN photo pin,  young brunette girl in ruffled dress wearing a pendant.  View   #V29312 VICTORIAN photo pin, teenage girl with white hair bow and a locket on a chain in black twist frame.   View   #V29313

 

  
 14k & AQUA ENAMEL  tiny delicate lingerie pins with tiny forget-me-nots. They came to me in this box, but I do not know for sure that it is the original one.   View  #Q19842 SOLID gold cuff and safety pins for baby, ladies and children. Solid gold front, rolled plate and sterling safety pins.
A.C. Becken Catalogue, 1902
    BABY ring in 10k gold and tiny rubies, circa 1900.   View   #G22931 

 

 

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PLEASE NOTE: Regretfully, it is no longer possible to respond to individual questions regarding jewelry history, identification or value, or to offer written or verbal appraisals or opinions. The demand for this kind of information is absolutely too overwhelming for one dealer to fill. 
I love jewelry, but appraising and selling are two entirely different businesses, and I choose selling and research as my business.

Instead, articles are added on a regular basis to JEWEL CHAT on line Magazine, a wonderful reference for  information on many makers and styles of vintage jewelry. 
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