Antique vintage art nouveau sterling silver jugendstil lapis lazuli brooch. 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 items of jugendstil and lapis lazuli, which would marry well with this piece, on sale this week. To view separate listings, please visit our online store and search for \Description of the listing by: cait p. Towards age: art nouveau c. Gram weight: 4.4 grams. Color / measurements of main stone: 9.25 mm long, 10.05 mm wide, opaque blue hue with gold spots.
Color / accent stone measurements. 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 cuts: cabochon carved and polished. Measurements of the article: the spindle measures 0.90 \Brooch, lapel pin, pin brooch, scarf, tie.
Closing type: spindle pin with open clasp \Convertible Pendant: If you wish, your local jeweler can add a ball for this piece, so it can be worn as a pendant. Handmade in the art nouveau era with stylistic influences of jugendstil movements and arts & crafts. The brooch is shaped like a crescent. In the center of the brooch is a beautiful lapis lazuli stone. Around the stone are drawings of leaves and curling vines.
A pin stem with an open \Damage: age of appropriate clothing. 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 era focused on women and the beauty of nature and the pieces were often important. Enamel is a standard 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.
The arts and crafts movement began after the Victorian era and is generally considered to coincide with the Art Nouveau era. Both movements were vastly spreading the Victorian jewelry styles and emphasizing a move away from industrialization.Especially important in the new art and art and craft designs has been the desire to create jewelry that reflects the beauty and wonder of nature. Although craft jewelry can be very similar to art nouveau jewelry, a few different differences can be used to help differentiate them.
Jewelry crafts spread among metals such as copper, aluminum and silver. Stones were usually semi-precious and cut into cabochons, rather than being faceted.
Pearls were very popular, emphasizing the use of those with unique and natural shapes. The emphasis of the arts and crafts movement was to create each piece by hand as a rejection of the mechanization of industrialization. Each detail has been carefully crafted by hand, with details such as leaves and flowers, unfolded separately and welded onto a piece, one by one.
This created beautifully and finely crafted jewelry. The jugendstil movement took place during the late nineteenth century in southern Germany.
This movement was revolutionary in its introduction of new styles and motifs in the world of jewelery movement jugendstil used especially the themes of nature and the natural. Famous artists of the jugendstil movement include theodor farhner, josef hoffmann, heinrich levinger, robert and louis koch and wiener werkstatte.
Historians believe the link between humans and lapis lazuli stretching back over 6,500 years. The gem has been treasured by the ancient civilizations of Mesopotamia, Egypt, China, Greece and Rome. They appreciated for its bright color, exquisite and appreciated as they appreciated the other blue sapphire and turquoise gems. At the end of the Middle Ages, lapis ground and used as an ultramarine pigment found in painting. All items ship within one business day of receipt of payment.
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