Antique vintage art nouveau 14k gold filled gf hunted wedding stacking bracelet. 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 wedding items, which would pair well with this piece, for sale this week.
To view separate listings, please visit our shop and search for \Description by point: cait p. Age to: art nouveau c. Markings: Unmarked, tested and guaranteed. Gram weight: 14.0 grams. Metal type: 14k yellow gold filled on the base metal.Main carat stone weight / color. Carat stone weight / accent color. Measurements of the article: this bracelet has an inner length and circumference of 7.1 \Bracelet type: bangle bracelet. The bracelet is intended to be worn on the wrist through the slot. Type of link: rounded and polished gold filled on the base metal. Notable features: this bracelet was handmade in the art nouveau era. Composed of 14k yellow gold filled with base metal, the bracelet has a beautiful chiseled pattern of floral Rococo style. The style of this bracelet suggests that it would have been used as a wedding bracelet or engagement, a type of bracelet that has passed. Popular during the Victorian era. This era has influenced a revival of the renaissance in art and jewelry, and later eras continue the tradition of using these bracelets instead of engagement and alliances.
The bracelet was created using repousse metalworking techniques, then hammered by hand. Yellow Lor was placed on the base of the bracelet, creating a robust bracelet, perfect for hunting.
The band of the bracelet was continued by hand with a beautiful floral pattern curling, Rococo style. The Rococo style emerged from the French royal court in the 1730s, displaying whimsical and asymmetrical patterns that would spread throughout Europe and North America, remaining popular for centuries. The inside of the band is smooth and polished, allowing comfortable wearing. Beautiful example of traditional art nouveau wedding jewelry, this bracelet would be a valuable addition to any antique jewelry collection, as well as an excellent gift for a bride looking for \Do not miss your chance to preserve this piece of history.
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 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 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 significant use of asymmetrical designs, curves, gold and spiritual, whimsical themes. Men and women at the court wore sparkling stones set in gold during this period, as well as clear glass pastes and pearls. Gemstones of color were foiled very often behind them to enhance the color depth.Jewelry often appeared with naturalistic, floral designs. Rococo jewels also feature embossed and etched floral and feather designs on the metal. Wedding bracelets have a long history stretch back centuries and were particularly popular in nineteenth-century Europe as Victorians reverted to the Middle Ages and Influence Revival in their art and jewelry.
Historically, a groom would give a beautifully engraved bracelet to his wife on the day of their wedding, but sometimes they would also be gifted in sets that given during his engagement and the other on the wedding day. Alternatively, these sets would come as two different size bracelets, one larger for the groom and the smaller for the bride. During the Victorian and Art Nouveau eras, these bracelets were also referred to as \ Involving malleable metal that has been hammered on the reverse to create an image on the front. Examples can be found all over the world; greece, egypt and even hopewell periods in southeastern america.
Reverse hammering also served to add details to the front, creating intricate patterns using grooves, indentations and channeling. The piece was then carefully polished to create a hollow and eye-catching treasure. Hunting is a technique for working metal that uses a tool like nail and hammer to hand etch patterns on a metal surface.This process creates a design that is cast to the front of the surface using channels, grooves and nicks. Hunting is thousands of years old 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. 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. We will combine shipping shipping on multiple purchases.
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