Victorian jewelry reflects the return to whimsy and prosperity. Three parts are the Early Victorian or "Romantic", the Middle Victorian or "Grand" and the Late Victorian or Aesthetic periods.
Art Nouveau is characterized done by soft, curved shapes and lines, and usually features natural designs such as flowers, birds and other animals.
Renaissance jewelry was very much about vivid color and beauty – an important contribution to the development of jewelry in history.
Georgian style jewelry is often referred to jewelry with certain characteristics with open filigree styles.
Art Deco jewelry is primarily white metal and known for its clean lines, geometric shapes and smooth shapes.
Romantic era is all about joyful themes about love.
All designs are representations of different jewelry eras throughout the years. I hope you enjoy browsing thru this collection.
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