From modest beginnings, this controversial Revolutionary figure would ultimately become the first Secretary to the Treasury in 1789. The necklace pictured here is inscribed with a quotation from Hamilton's intimate letter, now in the New York Historical Society, to Elizabeth Schuyler, the daughter of one of New York's most influential families, only a few weeks before their marriage in 1780. It displays his elegance as a wordsmith along with his charm and will certainly have an effect on a modern day Valentine.
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From an original intaglio dated to the 1st or 2nd Century A.D. depicting Cupid with a bird.Cupid, son of Venus, was the Roman god of love, attraction and affection. Cupid,...
Hugs and kisses sterling silver pendant and earrings inscribed as: x o xx oo xxx ooo.A message of love in the ancient symbols x and o: kisses and hugs in...
Virgil. Inscribed in Latin on front: "Amor vincit omnia." English translation inscribed on back: "Love conquers all." This necklace is adapted from a ring, now in the collection of the...