We often broker unique and interesting items at Mark Littler LTD and this medieval marriage ring is no exception. This 15th century piece of jewellery was discovered by beginner metal detectorist, Lee Rossiter, in Green Hammerton, North Yorkshire. The ring was miraculously in excellent condition despite having been buried for nearly 600 years.
Cartier’s Tutti Frutti design is perhaps one of the most recognisable jewellery designs of all time. Using brightly-coloured and striking carved gemstones, Tutti Frutti has become synonymous with the super-premium brand. The history of this infamous design dates back to 1901. At the start of the 20th century, Alexandra of Denmark, Queen Consort of the […]
An Opportune Marriage Van Cleef & Arpels is one of the most recognisable names in Art Deco jewellery, having supplied jewellery to the rich and famous since the company’s founding. The jeweller had many famous advocates, such as Grace Kelly and Empress Farah Pahlavi, making the firm one of the most successful Art Deco-style jewellers […]