Antique vintage art nouveau sterling silver Etruscan turquoise glass necklace. This product sheet is originally written in English.
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To view separate listings, please visit our online store and search for \Description of the listing by: cait p. Age to: art nouveau c. Main carat stone weight / color: 5.5 mm in diameter, light opaque blue hue. Carat stone weight / accent color.Stone treatment: glass is a manufactured stone. Lithiases have been tested and guaranteed using a professional presidium duo refractive, heat and hardness tester. Stone cuts: cabochon carved and polished. Measurements of the article: the necklace has a portable length of 17.25 \Clasp / clasp type: spring ring clasp. Type of link: rolo link chains. Handmade at the time art nouveau in the neo-Etruscan style. The necklace consists of a chain of rolo on which is suspended a pendant in the shape of a diamond. The pendant is made of Etruscan filigree metal and a large glass stone treated to give it a light blue hue, similar to that of a turquoise stone. The stone is in the center of a filigree flower and is surrounded by rosettes. When worn, the collar rests under the clavicle and the pendant rests against the cleavage of most people. Damage: age appropriate for wear. Some rosettes are missing from the back of the pendant; however, this is not noticeable when the collar is worn and does not affect wear. The price has been reduced to reflect that. 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, during the mass production resumed production.Archaeological reconstruction jewelry was inspired by excavations and discoveries of Roman, Byzantine, Egyptian and Etruscan sites in the 18th and 19th centuries. These archaeological digs uncovered beautiful decorative artwork, giving jewelers a foray into the past for inspiration for contemporary creations.
Some of the Renaissance styles incorporate the use of filigree and granulation decorations. The Renaissance styles, emphasized the contrast between antiquity and modernity, with the jewelers of modern borrowing patterns and techniques of the ancients, to perfect advanced technologies and incorporate modern designs. Etruscan Renaissance jewelry was first popularized during the 1800s, when he discovered an Etruscan tomb outside Rome. Upon discovery, jewelers worked to imitate and understand the techniques to work the metal with which the jewelry was made.
Etruscan jewelry was not only a luxurious addition to the Victorian styles of the day. But he introduces new ideas and decorations. These Etruscan tombs contained jewels adorned with long and fluid geometric lines and patterns, mythological images and landscapes and celestial elements.
The repoussé, filigree and granulation techniques are all attributed to Etruscan. Turquoise is found all over the world and has been a popular semi-precious stone used in jewelry and art for millennia by many different cultures; From prehistory to the present. Turquoise comes in many variants of beautiful color; from popular solid blue sky bright colors to dark blue hues with dark spiderwebbing throughout, as well as quaqua, teal and many green varieties and even some rare white with dark spiderwebbing.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 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.
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