Traditional filigree gold jewelry north of Portugal

Traditional filigree gold jewelry north of Portugal

"Brincos de Fuso". - #Portuguese filigree - Coisas Portuguesas com Certeza ®: Filigrana Portuguesa

"Brincos de Fuso". - #Portuguese filigree - Coisas Portuguesas com Certeza ®: Filigrana Portuguesa

Portuguese filigree

Portuguese filigree

Traditional portuguese filigree earrings, from Viana do Castelo, called "arrecadas". This is one of the few cases in which jewelery of the privileged classes imitated popular pieces of jewelery. Currently it is circular in shape, with a moon shaped part, filigreed "SS", closing with an inverted triangle. They are made with open filigree, sometimes they have a Viana bead in fitting, or have beads all the way around (usually five).

Traditional portuguese filigree earrings, from Viana do Castelo, called "arrecadas". This is one of the few cases in which jewelery of the privileged classes imitated popular pieces of jewelery. Currently it is circular in shape, with a moon shaped part, filigreed "SS", closing with an inverted triangle. They are made with open filigree, sometimes they have a Viana bead in fitting, or have beads all the way around (usually five).

Portugal Antique Tile Replica Cuff Bracelet  Like a Buried Treasure - Statement Piece -Discreet- OOAK

Portugal Antique Tile Replica Cuff Bracelet, Like a Buried Treasure - Statement Piece -Discreet- OOAK

Portugal Antique Tile Replica Cuff Bracelet Like a Buried Treasure - Statement Piece -Discreet- OOAK

Tiles | Portugal #Porto #Portugal

Tiles | Portugal #Porto #Portugal

Badge of the Sacred Heart of Christ Order, c 1780, gold, silver, diamond, ruby, emerald; Portugal.

Badge of the Sacred Heart of Christ Order, c 1780, gold, silver, diamond, ruby, emerald; Portugal.

Gold, diamonds, and enamel insignia of the order of Christ, XVII-XVIII, Portugal

Gold, diamonds, and enamel insignia of the order of Christ, XVII-XVIII, Portugal

Duchess of Braganza, née Dona Isabel wearing a diamond choker as a tiara.

Duchess of Braganza, née Dona Isabel wearing a diamond choker as a tiara.

Portuguese Goose Barnacles | Gourmet Lisbon | Scoop.it

Portuguese Goose Barnacles | Gourmet Lisbon | Scoop.it

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