If you have any questions please contact us. We have similar Yemeni and tribal items, which would marry well with this room, on sale this week. To view in separate lists, please visit our shop and search for "Yemenite" or "Tribal" under our immediate purchase items. Age approximately: art nouveau c.
Markings: unmarked, tested and guaranteed. Type of metal: sterling silver plated on base metal. Measurements/Color of the main stone: Each bead measures 4.2 mm long by 2.7 mm wide, shaded light blue opaque. Measurements/color of the accent stone: each bead is 4.2 mm long and 2.7 mm wide, opaque beige.
Stone treatment: false turquoise and resin are manufactured stones. The stones were tested and guaranteed using a refraction, heat and professional hardness tester presidium duo. Stone cuts: sculpted and polished resin and turquoise false pearls. Article measures: the collar has a portable length of 26.50 "and the strands measure 0.66" wide overall.The sliding pendant measures 1.30 "long by 3.45" wide. Sterling silver-plated beads are 0.12 "long by 0.25" wide. Type of closure / clasp: hook clasp. Type of link: Beads on string. Notable features: the necklace was handmade at the time art nouveau. Composed of pearls plated with false turquoise, resin and sterling silver, the necklace has a large sliding pendant plated in sterling silver and was made of Yemeni. It is very likely that this necklace was bought from the Yemen during a large tour, the traditional festival taken by the rich at the time art nouveau. A great tour was an opportunity for travellers to learn more about the art, cultures and stories of other countries, often months or years at a time. To remember their experiences, travellers often bought souvenirs and jewels, such as this necklace. This necklace was most likely bought while the travelers were on their big tour in the Ottoman empire region. This necklace is defined by three different types of beads that are threaded along the white cord that keeps the many strands together. There are five strands in total that make up this heavy necklace, each adorned with sterling silver-plated beads, resin and false turquoise.
The false turquoise is of a beautiful clear opaque blue and constitutes the majority of the pearls at the center of the necklace. On either side of the turquoise false beads are sterling silver-plated pearls, and beyond these sculpted resin beads threaded. The resin beads are of beige color, a nice contrast with the blue of the false turquoise. Finally, immediately next to both sides of the clasps finishing the necklace are pearls more plated in sterling silver. The cursor pendant is a large profiled tube.The edges of the tube are lined with applied rope twist accents and in the centre of the tube there is an applied rosette accent. The necklace is complemented by a large crochet clasp plated sterling silver for a comfortable and safe wearing of this substantial jewel.
This necklace has a portable length of 26.50. When worn, this necklace falls to the top of the bust, with many strands separating slightly to emphasize the size of this necklace. A fine example of Yemeni jewelry of the art nouveau era, this necklace would be a valuable addition to any collection of ancient jewels. Don't miss your chance to preserve this piece of cultural history.
Damage: wear adapted to age. The beads are somewhat damaged, which is not unusual for an element of the age of this necklace. Some pearls are probably missing, revealing the string below. Sterling silver veneer is somewhat tarnished, adding to the character of this article.
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 superb designs that came out of this period. This time was centered on women and the beauty of nature and the pieces were often great.Enamel was a material commonly used in art nouveau jewellery, as the period was more related to the importance of design compared to the materials used to create it. The art nouveau period occurred before the beginning of the First World War, when mass manufacturing resumed the production of many products, including some jewellery.
The big tour was the standard European holidays of the Georgian and Victorian eras. His opportunity to study culture, architecture and art has made it a tradition, especially for the higher classes. The grand tour was popularized by the poet Lord byron and the writer mary shelley, author of frankenstein.
The grand tour was an opportunity for wealthy travellers to explore the world and discover different cultures over a period of 2 to 4 years. And what better memory of this long journey than jewels of native souvenirs such as Italian camels, mosaic and pietra lasted.
The pieces often had historical inspirations from the remains of pumpkin to the pyramids of Egypt. Cultural learning was at the centre of the great tour and the process of remembrance spread in souvenir jewelry. Turquoise is found all over the world and has been a popular semi-precious stone used in jewellery and art for thousands of years by many different cultures; from prehistoric times to today.
Turquoise comes in many beautiful variations of colors; from the strong and bright blue shades popular with dark blue shades with a dark spider web everywhere, as well as aqua, soaring and many green varieties, and even rare white with a dark spider web. All items are shipped within one business day of receipt of payment. We do not undervalue packages for customs, please do not ask us.
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If you need additional time for payment, please contact us before you bid. The coin age approximately: art nouveau c.
The item "Antique vintage art nouveau plated Yemeni ethnic tribal silver necklace" has been on sale since Thursday, July 29, 2021. It is in the category "Jewelry, Watches\ Jewellery\Others". The seller is "abeautifultimeco" and is located at/in strong collines, colorado. This item can be delivered anywhere in the world.