Antique vintage art nouveau 14k gold briolette cup amethyst lavaliere necklace. This product sheet is originally written in English. Please find below an automatic translation into French. If you have questions please contact us.
We have similar amethyst items, which would pair well with this piece, for sale this week. To view separate listings, please visit our shop and search for "amethyst" under our immediate purchase items. List description by: dylan l.Age to: art nouveau c. Markings: marked "14k" on the clasp. Gram weight: 16.4 grams. Type of metal: 14-carat yellow gold. Main carat stone weight / color: 23.94 carats, there are three sizes of amethyst; the largest is 26 mm long by 15.7 by 8.4 mm long by 8.5 mm wide, the smallest measures 3.6 mm in diameter, semi-translucent dark purple hue.
Carat stone weight / accent color. Stone treatment: the lithiases seem to be untreated, but we are not certified gemologists.Lithiases have been tested and guaranteed using a professional presidium duo refractive, heat and hardness tester. Stone cups: briolette cut with facets, round faceted cut, amethyst cut fancy.
Measurements of the article: the collar has a portable length of 15.5 "and measures up to 0.20 the pendant part of the collar of the valance measures 2.25" long. Clasp / clasp type: spring ring clasp.Type of link: links of the fancy chain. Type of suspension: lavallière pendant. Notable features: this necklace was handmade at the time of the new art. Era of New Art took place in the late 1800s and early 1900s. The new art era is characterized by several different movements that took place or began at that time. For example, the aesthetic period would have been culminating towards the end of the nineteenth century, although it is the influence on the new art is clear that both styles both share a passion for bright and spacious pieces that emphasize the intrinsic beauty of the piece rather than overwhelming with jewels. The new art would also have been influenced by the art nouveau movement, which unfolded in the same Germany, both stylistically driven by the natural world. Finally, the arts and crafts movement derived the same feeling as the new art era, they both represent a desire to turn away from the industrial and urban and return to the peace of days ago, which is represented in the presence of pastoral scenes and eart h the tones in their respective pieces of jewelry. The Siberian damethyst stones are at the center of this necklace. These stones were obtained by hand in the mountains of the Russian Ural and imported to the place where this necklace was made. The amethyst stones are 23.94 carats and have a semi-translucent dark purple hue. The largest Siberian damethystone is a lavaliere pendant hanging from the festoon and is faceted in briolette. This stone had a hole pierced by hand through the top, with which it was threaded on a gold thread and connected to the stone hat.
There is also an elegant faceted cut Siberian amethyst stone embedded in the festoon. Around the festoon, small links in 14-carat gold support faceted cut amethyst stones. Each Siberian damethyst stone has been specially designed to capture and reflect light, adding to the timeless beauty of this beautiful necklace. The warm yellow tones of the 14k yellow gold are gorgeous against the cold shades of amethyst, and each part of this necklace serves to bring out the best of the other.This necklace is made of 14k yellow gold and is heavy in metal. The fanciful links that make up the length of the necklace are adorned with milgrain edging, which adds to the luminous glow of the room, and the stone cap supporting the largest amethyst stone is embellished with watermark. The length of this necklace is 15.5, that is to say which falls just below the clavicle. The hanging part falls between the bust and the clavicle. The length of this necklace is underlined by the hanging part of this lavalière necklace which also highlights its largest amethyst stone and the most visible of its special links this necklace closes with a spring ring . This beautiful amethyst necklace from Lavalière Siberia will not fail to attract attention and will not be forgotten anytime soon.
Do not miss your chance to own this incredible piece of history. Damage: age appropriate for wear.
The bas reliefs of gold are slightly patinated, which is to be expected for an object of this age. This list is for the article only. All display boxes or photography props do not come with your purchase.
This is very true because of the wonderful design that came out of this period. This time focused on women and the beauty of nature and the pieces were often important. Enamel is a common material used in art nouveau style jewelry, as the period was more prominent than the design on the materials used to create it. The art nouveau period that occurred before the beginning of the first world war, when massive manufacturing resumed the production of many products, including jewelry.
Amethysts are a semi-precious variety of quartz that are valued for their different shades of translucent purple hues. The purple color is derived from iron and other trace element deposits. Throughout antiquity, amethysts have been used in religious and royal jewelry and have considered as valuable as rubies, demerits and even sapphires. Siberian Amethysts are known for their deep purple hue deep collector hue with shades of blue and red throughout.
This dark purple damethyste type is found in the mountains of Loural, with deposits outside the city of Yekaterinburg, Russia. Lamethyst has been exploited in this area since the eighteenth century, or perhaps earlier. Today, the term "Siberia" no longer refers to the origin of the real stone, but rather the intense purple hue that is sought after for making jewelry.
Siberian Lamethyst is now the common or popular name for the vibrant dark purple of the stone, although most precious amethyst are found in South America. Milgrain was first popularized during the Dart Deco era and is more often associated with gatsby-style parties and gorgeous styles of the time. When the milgrain edging started in the jewelry community each individual pearl that made up the milgrain edging had to be crafted and applied by hand.
This process can be imitated much more easily in our jewelry making days, which adds a touch of nostalgia and pride to the antique or vintage milgrain cutting-edge jewelry items. Metallic watermarks are a delicate form of art and have been found as early as 3,000 bc in Mesopotamia. It was perfected by Phoenicians and Etruscan civilizations between the 6th and 3rd centuries BC.
It is possible to displace a metal design and hand folding and twirling threads, combined with tiny beads, until a final motive emerges. It is reminiscent of lace and considered one of the most difficult metallurgical processes. Filigree is still a very popular technique in India and Asia.All items ship within one business day of receipt of payment. Buyers will have 3 basic shipping options to choose from, depending on the necessary delivery speed. Each customer will receive a revised invoice at the end of the auction with an updated shipping rate. We will combine shipping shipping on multiple purchases. We do not undervalue the packages for customs, please do not ask us to do so. What you pay is what we will ask on your customs form. Please consider this before placing your bid. After 4 days of non-payment, an automated non-payment case will be opened by our debay system. If you need additional time for payment, please contact us before bidding.
The item "antique vintage art nouveau 14k gold briolette cut amethyst lavaliere necklace" is for sale since Monday, March 18, 2019. It is in the category "jewelry, watches \ jewelry".The seller is "abeautifultimeco" and is located in / in fort collins, colorado. This item can be delivered anywhere in the world.