By –
Mridu Agarwal
Section C
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Cox was a goldsmith and a
entrepreneur.
James Cox proclaimed himself
a goldsmith who "Makes Great
Variety of Cur...
Silver-topped gold was an innovation by English jeweler
James Cox, c. 1767, which allowed silver to be backed
by gold. Pri...
Wall clocks and pendants
(6 May 1794 – 1 January 1865) was a 19th century Italian
Jeweller and founder of Castellani, an Italian jewellery company.
Firm of Fortunato Pio Castellani - Bracelet with Classical Warrior

Castellani - Etruscan Style Revival
Jewelry
(1831-1895)
He was a goldsmith and jeweller operating in London from 1875.
Carlo Giuliano Enamel Pendant with Aquamarine
and Natural Pearl

Moonstone rose cut daimond.
(21 September 1850 Paris- 10 December 1932
Paris), a leading Parisian art nouveau jeweller
and goldsmith, working with his...
Carved horn, decorated with seed
pearls.

Enamel with small rose-cut diamonds
in the veins.

Flora broch
March 10, 1878 – October 27, 1964
Found the famous CARTIER company in 1847.
CARTIER (JEWELS) 1946 VAN
CLEEF, RENÉ BOIVIN, CIGARETTE
CASE, NECKLACE, RING

NECKLACE
Cartier (Owl Clip) 1948 Jacques Lacloche, Mellerio...Bracelets, Clips, Art
Deco
Cartier (Jewels) 1950 Diamonds
and Rubies, Necklace, Earings,
Clips

Jewels 1948 Mellerio Cartier Van Cleef
Boucheron Maub...
Jewellery
Jewellery
Jewellery
Jewellery
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  1. 1. By – Mridu Agarwal Section C
  2. 2.     Cox was a goldsmith and a entrepreneur. James Cox proclaimed himself a goldsmith who "Makes Great Variety of Curious Wares in Gold, Silver and other METALS. Yet most of his life he was an entrepreneur. Cox produced lavishly ornamented articles for trade with the Far East, first with India and then with China, where the reception of his "toys" or "sing songs," as the Chinese are believed to have called them, was at first a success.
  3. 3. Silver-topped gold was an innovation by English jeweler James Cox, c. 1767, which allowed silver to be backed by gold. Prior to this, gems being set in white metal were set in silver only. If the jewelry was not cleaned constantly, silver tarnish rubbing directly onto skin could leave marks or stain fabric.
  4. 4. Wall clocks and pendants
  5. 5. (6 May 1794 – 1 January 1865) was a 19th century Italian Jeweller and founder of Castellani, an Italian jewellery company.
  6. 6. Firm of Fortunato Pio Castellani - Bracelet with Classical Warrior Castellani - Etruscan Style Revival Jewelry
  7. 7. (1831-1895) He was a goldsmith and jeweller operating in London from 1875.
  8. 8. Carlo Giuliano Enamel Pendant with Aquamarine and Natural Pearl Moonstone rose cut daimond.
  9. 9. (21 September 1850 Paris- 10 December 1932 Paris), a leading Parisian art nouveau jeweller and goldsmith, working with his father and brother André.
  10. 10. Carved horn, decorated with seed pearls. Enamel with small rose-cut diamonds in the veins. Flora broch
  11. 11. March 10, 1878 – October 27, 1964 Found the famous CARTIER company in 1847.
  12. 12. CARTIER (JEWELS) 1946 VAN CLEEF, RENÉ BOIVIN, CIGARETTE CASE, NECKLACE, RING NECKLACE
  13. 13. Cartier (Owl Clip) 1948 Jacques Lacloche, Mellerio...Bracelets, Clips, Art Deco
  14. 14. Cartier (Jewels) 1950 Diamonds and Rubies, Necklace, Earings, Clips Jewels 1948 Mellerio Cartier Van Cleef Boucheron Mauboussin

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