Georgian Lovers Eye jewelry from a private collection. Such jewels were also called “eye miniatures”. They became popular in the late 1700s. The Lovers’ Eye were watercolour on ivory depictions of the eye or eyes of a loved one or child. Very popular and a little bit bizarre-looking.
The shape on the left is called a “witch's heart” – this shape used as a talisman to ward off evil spirits. In Scotland, this same shape was called the “Luckenbooth”.
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