The Jewelry ClipArt gallery offers 149 illustrations of various types and styles of jewelry worn by men and women throughout history.

This brooch has a square design in the center with a half circle on each side of the square.

Brooch

This brooch has a square design in the center with a half circle on each side of the square.

This brooch is designed in a knot of diamonds and pearls and a large drooping emerald.

Brooch

This brooch is designed in a knot of diamonds and pearls and a large drooping emerald.

This brooch is made of pink pearls and diamonds, in a flower and leaf design.

Brooch

This brooch is made of pink pearls and diamonds, in a flower and leaf design.

This brooch consists of diamonds set in gold and green enamel.

Brooch

This brooch consists of diamonds set in gold and green enamel.

This brooch is in the shape of a ribbon, set in diamonds.

Brooch

This brooch is in the shape of a ribbon, set in diamonds.

An Anglo-Saxon brooch decorated with cloisonne, an ancient metalworking technique, is a multi-step enamel process used to produce jewelry, vases, and other decorative items.

Anglo-Saxon Brooch

An Anglo-Saxon brooch decorated with cloisonne, an ancient metalworking technique, is a multi-step enamel…

An Anglo-Saxon brooch with hammered work in relief.

Anglo-Saxon Brooch

An Anglo-Saxon brooch with hammered work in relief.

This cameo brooch is surrounded with diamonds on blue enamel and a female figure in the center. It has an eagle seated on the top.

Brooch Pin

This cameo brooch is surrounded with diamonds on blue enamel and a female figure in the center. It has…

This round brooch is in the shape of a circle with a half moon shape laying on the interior bottom edge of the circle. It has a pin that goes through the center of the brooch.

Round Brooch

This round brooch is in the shape of a circle with a half moon shape laying on the interior bottom edge…

This round brooch is a circular design with a pin going through the center.

Round Brooch

This round brooch is a circular design with a pin going through the center.

The Royal Tara brooch is made out of bronze with niello (black metallic alloy) and gems. It was found in Drogheda, Ireland.

Royal Tara Brooch

The Royal Tara brooch is made out of bronze with niello (black metallic alloy) and gems. It was found…

This snake brooch is designed with two figure heads on each side and a kneeling female figure in the center. A snake is wrapped around all three of the figures.

Snake Brooch

This snake brooch is designed with two figure heads on each side and a kneeling female figure in the…

An illustration of an Anglo-Saxon buckle.

Buckle

An illustration of an Anglo-Saxon buckle.

An illustration of a rectangular Anglo-Saxon buckle.

Buckle

An illustration of a rectangular Anglo-Saxon buckle.

"The head of a pin or brooch evidently suggested by a butterfly, a characteristic of the gold work of Mycenae." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Butterfly Brooch

"The head of a pin or brooch evidently suggested by a butterfly, a characteristic of the gold work of…

This casket is also known as a jewelry box, it is adorned with malachite and precious stones.

Casket

This casket is also known as a jewelry box, it is adorned with malachite and precious stones.

This casket is also known as a jewelry box, it is adorned with malachite (mineral) and precious stones. It is places on a gilt stand that also has malachite inserts.

Casket

This casket is also known as a jewelry box, it is adorned with malachite (mineral) and precious stones.…

"A cross of thin gold work formed of four leaves." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Cross

"A cross of thin gold work formed of four leaves." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

A crystal cross set in enameled gold created by a German craftsman in the 16th century.

Cross

A crystal cross set in enameled gold created by a German craftsman in the 16th century.

An illustration of an Egyptian diadem. A diadem is a type of crown, specifically an ornamental headband.

Egyptian Diadem

An illustration of an Egyptian diadem. A diadem is a type of crown, specifically an ornamental headband.

An illustration of a small gold diadem. A diadem is a type of crown, specifically an ornamental headband worn by royalty.

Gold Diadem

An illustration of a small gold diadem. A diadem is a type of crown, specifically an ornamental headband…

This Greek Diadem or crown is made out of gold.

Greek Diadem

This Greek Diadem or crown is made out of gold.

"A conventionalized eagle, a characteristic of much of the detail found at the place as well as at Hissarlik." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Eagle

"A conventionalized eagle, a characteristic of much of the detail found at the place as well as at Hissarlik."…

"Many of both sexes wear enormous ear plugs and earrings, some of which are as big around as a napkin. The holes in the lobes of their ears so large that they can carry a cigar in them." —Carpenter, 1902

Dyak's ear

"Many of both sexes wear enormous ear plugs and earrings, some of which are as big around as a napkin.…

"The earring is an exquisite illustration of Greek skill in the introduction of the human figure; the rosette for concealing the hook beautifully wrought." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Earring

"The earring is an exquisite illustration of Greek skill in the introduction of the human figure; the…

"The [earring] is French of 17th century, also of gold open work set with crystals." - Britannica, 1910

Earring

"The [earring] is French of 17th century, also of gold open work set with crystals." - Britannica, 1910

An earring with of circular open work set with small diamonds.

Earring

An earring with of circular open work set with small diamonds.

An illustration of a earring from an Assyrian bas relief.

Assyrian Earring

An illustration of a earring from an Assyrian bas relief.

The Etruscan earring is light in weight, usually made out of precious metals, in sheet or wire filigree.

Etruscan Earring

The Etruscan earring is light in weight, usually made out of precious metals, in sheet or wire filigree.

The Etruscan earring is usually light in weight, usually made out of precious metals, in sheet or wire filigree.

Etruscan Earring

The Etruscan earring is usually light in weight, usually made out of precious metals, in sheet or wire…

This Egyptian earring is a ring that is not quite closed.

Egyptian Earring

This Egyptian earring is a ring that is not quite closed.

The Etruscan earring is light in weight, usually made out of precious metals, in sheet or wire filigree.

Etruscan Earring

The Etruscan earring is light in weight, usually made out of precious metals, in sheet or wire filigree.

The Etruscan earring is light in weight, usually made out of precious metals, in sheet or wire filigree.

Etruscan Earring

The Etruscan earring is light in weight, usually made out of precious metals, in sheet or wire filigree.

This Greek earring is made out of gold in the form of a siren (Greek mythical bird-woman). It was found in Ithaca, Greece.

Greek Earring

This Greek earring is made out of gold in the form of a siren (Greek mythical bird-woman). It was found…

This Modern earring is a drop that terminates in a wire loop.

Modern Earring

This Modern earring is a drop that terminates in a wire loop.

This Modern earring is a drop that terminates in a wire loop.

Modern Earring

This Modern earring is a drop that terminates in a wire loop.

The Old Frankish earring is a pendant that is free-ending with different moveable parts.

Old Frankish Earring

The Old Frankish earring is a pendant that is free-ending with different moveable parts.

This Renaissance earring is inspired from a portrait in castle at Gotha in Germany.

Renaissance Earring

This Renaissance earring is inspired from a portrait in castle at Gotha in Germany.

The Roman earring is light in weight, usually made out of precious metals, in sheet or wire filigree.

Roman Earring

The Roman earring is light in weight, usually made out of precious metals, in sheet or wire filigree.

A Spanish earring of the 18th century work, is a combination of ribbon, cord, and filigree in gold.

Spanish Earring

A Spanish earring of the 18th century work, is a combination of ribbon, cord, and filigree in gold.

An Egyptian bracelet with two sphynx's.

Egyptian Bracelet

An Egyptian bracelet with two sphynx's.

A hinged egyptian bracelet.

Egyptian Bracelet

A hinged egyptian bracelet.

"A gold chain is formed of wires closely plaited and very flexible, the ends terminating in the heads of water fowl, and having small rings to secure the collar behind." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Egyptian Chain

"A gold chain is formed of wires closely plaited and very flexible, the ends terminating in the heads…

"A small porcelain cylinder ornamented with interlaced lotus flowers in intaglio, having a ring for suspension." — The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Egyptian Charm

"A small porcelain cylinder ornamented with interlaced lotus flowers in intaglio, having a ring for…

An Egyptian necklace with three charms.

Egyptian Necklace

An Egyptian necklace with three charms.

Necklace worn in the Gallic war. Has amber and coral pendants.

Gallic Necklace

Necklace worn in the Gallic war. Has amber and coral pendants.

Necklace worn in the Gallic war. Has amber and coral pendants.

Gallic Necklace

Necklace worn in the Gallic war. Has amber and coral pendants.

"Gold Bracelet of the XVIIIth Dynasty" — Morey, 1903

Gold Bracelet

"Gold Bracelet of the XVIIIth Dynasty" — Morey, 1903

"It is of gold plate, so thick as to require no "piping" at the back to sustain it; but in general the repoused examples have a piping of copper wire." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Gold Plate

"It is of gold plate, so thick as to require no "piping" at the back to sustain it; but in general the…

"A griffin having the uppet part of the body of an eagle and the lower parts of a lion, with wings decorated with spirals, are among the more remarkable examples of perforated ornaments for attachment to the clothing." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Griffin Pendent

"A griffin having the uppet part of the body of an eagle and the lower parts of a lion, with wings decorated…

"An Italo-Greek earring showing great craftsmanship." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Italo-Greek Earring

"An Italo-Greek earring showing great craftsmanship." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

A woven bracelet with knots, most likely used to help the blind learn the alphabet.

Jewelry

A woven bracelet with knots, most likely used to help the blind learn the alphabet.

This is an adjustable piece of jewelry where certain pieces can be moved and adjusted to users preference.

Adjustable Jewelry

This is an adjustable piece of jewelry where certain pieces can be moved and adjusted to users preference.

Ornaments, such as bracelets, necklaces, or rings, made of precious metals set with gems or imitation gems.

Ear Piece Jewelry

Ornaments, such as bracelets, necklaces, or rings, made of precious metals set with gems or imitation…

A small ornamental case; usually contains a picture or a lock of hair and is worn on a necklace.

Pop Up Locket

A small ornamental case; usually contains a picture or a lock of hair and is worn on a necklace.

"A necklace. Necklaces were worn by both sexes among the most polished of those nations which the Greeks called barbarous, expecially the Indians, the Egyptians, and the Persians. Greek and Roman females adopted them more particularly as a bridal ornament. They were of various forms, as may be seen by the following specimens." — Smith, 1873

Monilia

"A necklace. Necklaces were worn by both sexes among the most polished of those nations which the Greeks…

A string of beads, or precious stones, worn upon the neck.

Necklace

A string of beads, or precious stones, worn upon the neck.

An illustration of a necklace with three pendant flies.

Necklace

An illustration of a necklace with three pendant flies.

An illustration of an ornate necklace.

Necklace

An illustration of an ornate necklace.

An illustration of a gold chain, "formed of wires closely plaited and very flexible" (Britannica, 1910).

Gold Necklace

An illustration of a gold chain, "formed of wires closely plaited and very flexible" (Britannica, 1910).