When separated, the wrist distance measures: 2.12. Band width: 0.19" to 0.69". Type of bracelet: bypass bracelet.
Handcrafted at the time art nouveau with a style inspired by Etruscan renewal. Composed of 14 carat yellow gold filled with base metal. Has a bypass design with two rounded pushed ends that overlap. The front of the bracelet has a geometric granulation design.
The ends of the ring bracelet can be removed so that they can be slipped on the wrist. Damage: wear adapted to age. There is some wear in the gold fill, revealing the base metal below; however, this is not immediately noticeable and does not affect wear. The price was reduced to reflect this. This list is for the article only.Not all photo displays and/or accessories are provided with your purchase. It was very true because of the beautiful designs that came out of this period. This time was centered on women and the beauty of nature and the pieces were often large.
The enamel was a material commonly used in art nouveau jewellery, as the period was more focused on the importance of design than on the materials used to create it. The art nouveau period took place before the beginning of the First World War, when mass manufacturing took over the production of many products, including some jewellery.
Jewellery filled with gold consists of an outer layer of solid gold on a metal base, and 5% of its weight must come from gold. This solid gold layer is placed on a base of sterling silver or other type of metal to produce a high-quality golden look. The neo-strusc jewels were popularized for the first time in the early 1800s when an Etruscan tomb was discovered just outside Roma. When she was discovered, the jewellers worked to imitate and understand the working techniques of the metals with which the jewels were made. Etruscan jewellery was not only a luxurious addition to Victorian styles of the time.But he introduced new ideas and decorations. These Etruscan tombs contained jewels decorated with long and fluid geometric lines and patterns, mythological images and landscapes, and celestial elements. The techniques of repulse, watermark and granulation are all attributed to the Etruscans. Granulation, an ancient decorative technique in which tiny gold or silver granules are fused or welded to the surface of jewellery without evidence of welding, began more than five thousand years ago. In the 7th century B., Etruscans perfected this art, creating complex granulated gold jewellery that was later discovered in graves during archaeological excavations in the late 18th and 19th centuries. These discoveries created a renewed interest in granulation techniques, and fine granulated pieces were created during the Etruscan revival in the 1800s. A difficult process, there are several different methods that metallurgists can use to create granules, including cutting fine gold wire, heating it and applying it to jewellery. This complex method of decoration continues to make the granulated jewellery much sought after today. All items are shipped within one business day of receipt of payment. We do not underestimate packages for customs, please do not ask us to do so. What you pay is what we will ask on your customs form. Please take this into account before placing your bid. If you need more time to pay, please contact us before you bid. A difficult process, there are several different methods that metallurgists can use to create granules, including cutting fine gold wire, the chauf. This item is in the category "Jewels, Watches\ Jewellery\Others". The seller is "abeautifultimeco" and is located in this country: us. This item can be shipped to the following country: whole world.