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|LC Classifications||NK7109 .P4 1971|
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|Number of Pages||100|
|LC Control Number||78137400|
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In this book, Bell deals exclusively with Victorian jewellery, that is jewellery produced in England, America and France during the period from to This book is primarily a catalogue of Victorian jewellery, with full color photos and prices at the time of publication, interspersed with text that attempts to place the jewellery in a historical context /5(13).
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Behind every piece of vintage jewelry, there is a story. While antique costume jewelry dates as far back as the Victorian. By the Victorian period, todemand for mass-market jewelry emerged—to keep jewelry affordable, semi-precious gemstones such as aquamarine and malachite were often used instead of sapphires and emeralds.
In the United Kingdom, after the death of Prince Albert inmourning jewelry. Researching Costume Jewelry (RCJ) is a collaboration of hundreds of costume jewelry collectors and dealers who have shared – and continue to share – their knowledge, photos, written articles, and jewelry catalogs along with assisting in other ways.
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Hands, hearts, crosses and knots were common motifs in the jewellery of the time, as well as symbolism drawn from nature - birds, flowers, trees. Snake jewellery was a popular representation of eternal love.
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In the ancient world the discovery of how to work metals was an important stage in the development of. But charms and charm bracelets have a rightful place in the pantheon of fine jewelry, and there’s no better place to begin than Victorian England.
Queen Victoria wore charm bracelets during her reign, making them a popular fashion accessory among noble Europeans. But building an antique/vintage jewelry collection can be overwhelming until I remembered when I first started collecting jewelry 20 years ago.
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Let’s get started. The Victorian era is without a doubt, the most influenced, and influential eras of antique and estate jewelry.
As with most estate jewelry, the era is defined by the British monarch, in this case, Alexandrina Victoria, Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, as well as the Empress of India, years Jewelry marks in France date back even earlier, with known examples first seen in the 13th century.
An important year to know if you’re collecting French antique jewelry is the yearwhen it was required to have a maker’s mark framed within a lozenge, a diamond-shaped charge that is often placed on the field of a shield.
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Jeanenne Bell presents a fascinating color chronicle of Queen Victoria's reign and its signature jewelry. Hundreds of photographs and illustrations portray the period's fashions in jewelry. The term “Victorian” refers broadly to the British art and culture produced during this time.
Historians often divide the reign of Britain’s longest reigning monarch into three parts: the Early Victorian or Romantic, the Middle Victorian or Grand, and the Late Victorian or Aesthetic periods. In terms of jewelry, each sub-period had. Buyers and sellers of fine antique jewelry and Imperial Russian antiques since Based in Chicago, we specialize in original fine antique and vintage jewelry from all periods and styles, authentic pre jewelry by Carl Faberge including rare miniature Faberge eggs, engagement rings of unique designs, unusual men's rings, and rare Russian demantoid and Siberian amethyst jewelry.Pteridomania or Fern-Fever was a Victorian craze for ferns.
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Victorian Jewelry, Unexplored Treasures by Ginny Redington Dawes and Corinne Davidov focuses on several categories of Victorian jewelry: silver jewelry, stone jewelry (popularly known as Scottish agate or pebble jewelry), steel jewelry (cut steel, Berlin iron, gunmetal), and sentimental jewelry (jet and its lookalikes, hair, and tortoise shell).