Antique vintage art nouveau 14k gold filled gf hinged bangle wedding. This product was originally written in English.Please find below an automatic translation in French. If you have questions please contact us. We have similar elements of marriage, which would pair well with this piece on sale this week.
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Gram weight: 20.0 grams. Metal Type: 14k yellow gold filled on the base metal. Main stone carat weight / color. Pierre carat weight / color daccentuation.
Measures section: This bracelet has a cell length and an inner circumference of 8.1 \Bracelet type: bracelet hinged bangle. Link type: rounded and polished gold filled on the base metal. Notable Features: This bracelet was handmade at the time new art. Compound 14k yellow gold loaded onto the base metal, the bracelet has a curling vines pattern beautifully crafted in rococo.
The style of this bracelet suggests that it was used as a wedding band or engagement, a type of bracelet that happened. In popularity during Victorian era.This era saw a revival influences renaissance in art and jewelry, and later periods continue the tradition of the use of these bracelets instead engagement and alliances. The bracelet was created ugly techniques metalworking pushed back to yellow gold hand hammer filled on the base metal in the round shape of the bracelet, creation of a solid group, hollow perfect for hunting. The front part of the bracelet was continued by hand with an elegant accent rococo curly vine pattern that was very fashionable at the time new art. Complete the bracelet is a hinge and a snap closure. Which is attached to a thin wire that allows the bracelet sétendre slightly wider and easier to put on and remove. A wonderful example of a traditional wedding jewelry art nouveau style, this bracelet will be an asset to any nimporte collection of antique jewelry, but also a great gift for a bride looking for \Damage: age appropriate wear. Yellow Lor on the base metal is used, which makes it visible below.
The hinge is loose and pulled slightly outward; However, the bracelet is secured and, if you wish, your local jeweler can tighten the hinge. The price has been reduced to reflect this. This list is for The article only. All display boxes or photography accessories do not come with your purchase.
This is very true because of the beautiful design that came out of this period. This time focusing on women and the beauty of nature and the pieces were often considerable. Enamel is a common material used in art nouveau jewelry, as the period was more to the importance of design on the materials used to create it.
The art nouveau period sest passed before the start of the First World War, when mass production has resumed the production of many products, including jewelry. The end of the Baroque or Rococo period prevailed in the eighteenth century. The period was known for its extensive use of asymmetrical designs, curves, gold and spiritual themes, whimsical.
Men and women at court wearing sparkling stones set in gold during this period, and the molten glass colorless and pearls. Colored gemstones were foiled often behind to improve the color depth.
Jewelry often appeared with naturalistic designs, floral. Rococo charms are also embossed and engraved floral and feather designs on the metal. Wedding Bracelets have a long history stretching back centuries and were particularly popular in Europe in the nineteenth century as Victorians came back in the middle ages and renaissance of influence in their art and jewelry.
Historically, a groom give a bracelet beautifully engraved his wife on their wedding day, but sometimes they would also be gifted in sets that given when hired and the other on the wedding day. During the Victorian and Art Nouveau, these bracelets have also been referred to as \Repulsed began as an ancient metalworking technique dating back to the third century BC. Involving malleable metal that has been hammered on upside down to create an image on the front. Examples are everywhere; greece, légypte and even periods of Hopewell in the southeast US. Back hammering was also used to add detail to the front, creating complex patterns ugly grooves, notches and channel.
The piece was then carefully polished to create a hollow and catchy treasure. Hunting is a technique for metal working which uses a tool as nail and hammer hand etch patterns on a metal surface. This process creates a design that is cast to the front of the ugly surface channels, grooves and notches. Hunting is thousands of years and was a very long and difficult technique that is still used by blacksmiths. All items ship within one business day of receipt of payment.
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