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American - Eagle Stick Pin - Walters 571109 - Profile

American - Eagle Stick Pin - Walters 571109 - Profile

During the early 19th century, stickpins were a popular accessory worn by men as a tie or cravat pin. They came in a variety of precious materials and motifs. So as not to appear feminine, they frequently repre... More

Visigothic - Pair of Eagle Fibula - Walters 54421, 54422 - Group (cropped)

Visigothic - Pair of Eagle Fibula - Walters 54421, 54422 - Group (crop...

Walters 54.421 and 54.422 are a pair of superb eagle-shaped fibula found at Tierra de Barros (Badajoz, southwest Spain) made of sheet gold over bronze inlaid with garnets, amythysts, and colored glass. Pendants... More

Visigothic - Pair of Eagle Fibula - Walters 54421, 54422 - Group

Visigothic - Pair of Eagle Fibula - Walters 54421, 54422 - Group

Walters 54.421 and 54.422 are a pair of superb eagle-shaped fibula found at Tierra de Barros (Badajoz, southwest Spain) made of sheet gold over bronze inlaid with garnets, amythysts, and colored glass. Pendants... More

Visigothic - Pair of Eagle Fibula - Walters 54421, 54422

Visigothic - Pair of Eagle Fibula - Walters 54421, 54422

Walters 54.421 and 54.422 are a pair of superb eagle-shaped fibula found at Tierra de Barros (Badajoz, southwest Spain) made of sheet gold over bronze inlaid with garnets, amythysts, and colored glass. Pendants... More

Clasp-reliquary with Saint Wencaslaus eagle

Clasp-reliquary with Saint Wencaslaus eagle

Čeština: RElikviář se svatováclavskou orlicí, Praha 1350-1375

Clasp-reliquary eagle MNMA Cl3292

Clasp-reliquary eagle MNMA Cl3292

Clasp-reliquary with eagle. Engraved, openwork and gilt silver; champlevé and enameled silver; gems and pearls. Bohemia (?), middle 14th century. Français : Fermail-reliquaire à l'aigle. Argent découpé à jour... More

Eagle pendant of Constance of Austria
Drawing, Design for a Brooch, ca. 1790–1800 (CH 18554717)

Drawing, Design for a Brooch, ca. 1790–1800 (CH 18554717)

Jewelry design for a brooch. A flying eagle, wings open, supporting with his beak a teardrop-shaped diamond and in his claws a chain of five round diamonds, seen from the front.

Bicentennial Ring

Bicentennial Ring

Commemorative silver ring displays a relief figure of an eagle in flight. The sides of the ring read “1776-1976,” and the name “Ardavast” is engraved on the inside of the ring.

Spain Eagle pendant