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Best Wishes, Yvonne Hammouda-Eyre Reference: I have a cameo necklace, with the white lady cameo on front, the background is a light blue, surrounded by a silver circle and then more light blue on outer edges.The earrings are the lady cameo, light blue background, but they are surrounded with silver in the shape of a heart. Victorian Revival style cameos came back for short time and plastic and resin cameos such as the collectable "Gerry's and Juliana cameos" were in vogue. plus my camera right now isn't best Good Morning Stormythis is a cameo imitation, pressed in a mould.Today the complete production of Wedgwood jewellery takes place in Stoke-on-Trent, the centre of the English ceramic industry.

Not really sure, you could ask a Cameo EXPERT for their paid (separate service) opinion HERE or better still avail yourself of an Expert Appraisal which includes detailed information and a VALUATION HERECameos in this new material JASPER which is a a fine-grain stoneware could be stained in a wide variety of colors.

Wedgwood jewellery became very popular in the late 18th century.

Victorian 9ct Gold Ceramic Cameo Brooch depicting two female figures possibly nymphs in front of an alter. I think this scene is possibly Vesper Fanning the Flames - but I am not entirely sure.

There appears to be an object being put into the flames.

Antiqued metalwork buckles and bangles were also fashionable in the 1960s. Moulded cameos are made of the following materials: glass, ceramic, wax and plastic. The wedgwood "signature" the matte, grainy finish of the material. Produced in a variety of colours, the pale blue is known as Wedgewood Blue. Wedgewood Jasperware can often be dated by the potter's mark and style of work, however there are exceptions to the dating rules which can be found under DATE MARKINGS.

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