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Jewelry

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Siegfried receives the magic ring
from the Rhine maidens.
Jewelry played a very significant part
in Germanic saga and history.

 

Please be sure to visit our Kaiser Wilhelm II collection.

Also, take a look at our Frederick the Great gallery.

 

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KAISER'S EAGLE IMPERIAL RING (Item KJEWELRY 1-1)

DESCRIPTION: An elegant silver ring featuring the Hohenzollern national eagle, reign of Kaiser Wilhelm II. The beautiful detail of this ring is spectacular in silver with some of the silver stamp still visible. There is a cutaway effect, see through, that makes this ring unique in design. No doubt worn by army personnel and Imperial patriots. Very striking! 

PRICE: SOLD

 

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 IMPERIAL JAGER PENDANT (Item KJEWELRY 1-2)

DESCRIPTION: This magnificent pendant in 800 silver is from one of the Kaiserliche Jager Verein, hunting clubs. It has the elk or stag's skull (traditional) with the cross (St. Hubertus symbol), the Prussian crown, and the acorn and oak-leaf motif with an outside framing that looks like branches of the oak. Very finely executed, this is a great Imperial relic and is stamped 800 at the back of the skull. Hunting is and was the German national sport and this pendant is symbolic of the sport of Kings and Kaisers.

PRICE:$295.00

 

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 Beautiful Imperial German Fob (Item KJEWELRY 1-3)

DESCRIPTION: If it could be measured and weighed against other fobs then it could be said of this one that it is measurably the best. It is in silver with great enameling at its zenith! Note the fineness in the pictures doesn't quite do it justice. It refers to the Südmark, which must be lower Bavaria or the Tyrol. It measures 5 ½ inches long and the bottom shield is 1 ½ inches across. Very fine.

PRICE:  SOLD

 

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 Imperial Kaiser Coin Brooch (Item KJEWELRY 1-4)

DESCRIPTION: This is a commemorative coin (2 Deutschemarks) commemorating the first Hohenzollern Kaiser, Fredrick the First, 1701 and the man who turned out to be the last Kaiser, Wilhelm II, 1901. The coin, because of its beauty, has been turned into a brooch or lapel pin. It bears the likeness of the two rulers and the German Imperial Eagle on the back. It measures a little over 1 inch in diameter. This is one of the most beautiful coins of Imperial Germany.

PRICE: $90.00.

 

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Manfred v. Richthoffen
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 Richthoffen Commemorative Ring, Goggled Skull (Item KJEWELRY 1-5)

DESCRIPTION: This is a biker-looking ring that is definitely, most emphatically NOT a biker ring. This is an elegant and prodigiously important historical relic of the both WWI and WWII. The special denotation of the ring comes from the grim, but realistic, view that the German pilots had of the air war of WWI. The significance and morbid gravity was that death was the immutable Kamerad of the Kampfleiger, fighter pilot. The flyer knew that unless he were inordinately fortuitous that he would meet the Grim Reaper just as his enemies did that he so often sent to their doom. The grinning death's head was seen on jackets and on the fuselages of the planes very often though rather grotesque the skull often was the symbol not only of the war flyers, but also of the WWI Strosstrupp, Storm Troopers, and other elite units. It became the badge of the gallant and immortal heroes of combat. One look at this splendidly designed exquisite ring and it can be very expeditiously determined that this is the genuine article. It is tastefully designed, simple yet artistically convoluted enough to make it unique among death's head rings of the era. The skull is deeply set inside of the headpiece and chinstrap. The goggles on the forehead and the wings that surround and then sweep back forming the shank of the ring all join to make this such a jewelers and designers masterpiece. Although the ring was designed and offered to airmen of WWI (especially the men of the famed Richthoffen Flying Circus), it carried over to WWII and the Luftwaffe personnel of the flying arm relished this ring and it became a very sought-after item of imposing attire. The inside shank has the almost obligatory "835" for silver content in the stamped form. Overall, this is one of the most awesome, magnificent rings we have ever found. It was made in Lüdenscheid where many jewelers were proud to manufacture such imaginative artistic offerings.

PRICE: $850.00; Extremely rare!

 

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 Bavarian Coin Watch Fob (Item KJEWELRY 1-6)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a Bavarian 3-reichsmark coin that has been made into part of either a watch fob or Lederhosen Dangle. It suspends from a plaque affair that has the former owner's name engraved on it-"Georg Wutzer." Otto, the ruler of Bavaria, is on one side, the national eagle is on the other.

PRICE: $40.00.

 

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 WWI Pilot's Ring (Item KJEWELRY 1-7; WWI 5-3)

DESCRIPTION: This is one of the most beautiful of the WWI rings. It is the Prussian flyer's badge done up as a ring. It depicts the early airplane flying over a village. The plane is within a wreath for victory with the Prussian crown at the top. Fine leaf design adorns the shank and sides. It's of pure silver. A fine example of the Grossezeit and the glory of the pilots, who were the bravest of the brave while observing real chivalry in warfare; this, itself, being a relic of the past. This ring was not made in the WW-I period. Rather, it was produced in the 1930s and 1940s by a renowned jeweler who produced many "tradition rings" for various retailers in the Third Reich period. These rings could be bought and worn by all personnel who served in any of Germany's air-arm services in the past regardless of whether they were pilots, air-crew members, mechanics, etc. In fact, anyone simply wanting to commemorate the heroic struggle could buy such a ring. We managed to obtain several of these ring pieces at the Stuttgart Waffen-Borse a few years ago. Regardless of when the rings were made (actually over 60 years ago), they are most definitely important and original historical relics and a great addition to any good collection of Luftwaffe, Imperial, or general Germanic military assemblages.

PRICE: $295.00

 

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Imperial German Commemorative Coin and Brooch (Item KJEWELRY 1-8)

DESCRIPTION: This beautiful coin has been framed in a wonderful setting of silver oak leaves and a silver bow. The workmanship is spectacular and the coin is in almost mint condition. It depicts on the obverse the portraits of Wilhelm the First (Konig), King, and Augusta (Koenigin), Queen, of Prussia. On the reverse is the German National Eagle with Hohenzollern crowns, the motto Suum Cuique and Kronungs Thaler, (Crowning) 1861. It measures about 1 ½ inches wide. This is without a doubt a historical treasure as well as a fine jewelry item.

PRICE: $195.00

 

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Imperial German Coin Brooch (Item KJEWELRY 1-9)

DESCRIPTION: This beautiful brooch is made from a Hamburg 2 Deutschemark coin that commemorates the free and Hansestadt Hamburg. The Hamburg crest is seen in the middle of the framing which is wonderfully constructed depicting oak leaves all separately enunciated in relief with a silver bow at the top. On the back you can see the Hohenzollern Reich's eagle in all its Imperial glory and the fastening pin crosses the reverse. It measures 1 ½ inches wide. This is a very charming keepsake of a better age.

PRICE: $125.00

 

 

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