Lover’s Eyes: A History Lesson

I’ve been crushing on antique lover’s eye jewelry lately, and found myself curious about the meaning of the lovely eye miniatures. Apparently, lover’s eye jewelry was popular in the late 1700s and early 1800s when stylish aristocratic Englishmen and women often wore the miniature portraits depicting their spouse or lover. Because the tiny watercolors revealed … Continue reading Lover’s Eyes: A History Lesson