Description of the advertisement by: Angela A. Markings: "925" on the back of the pendant, tested. Main stone measurements/color: Length: 37.95 millimeters.Color: semi-translucent yellow-orange hue with natural inclusions of lighter and darker orange. Accent stone measurements/color: Stone treatment: The stone(s) appear to be untreated, but we are not certified gemologists. The stones have been tested and guaranteed using a professional Presidium Duo refractive, heat, and hardness tester. Stone sizes: Carved and polished cabochon.
Item measurements: Length, including bale: 2.47. Bale opening measurements: 11.65 mm length, 5.35 mm width.Handmade during the Art Nouveau period. Features a huge Baltic amber stone with beautiful natural inclusions. This stone is set in a bezel setting, accentuated on one side by a wrapped vine motif. Completed with a standard bale for wearing on antique chains and necklaces. Damage: Wear consistent with age. Tarnish on sterling silver can be removed with polishing, if desired. This listing is for the item only. All display and/or photography accessories are not included with your purchase.
This was very true because of the magnificent designs that came out of this period. This era was focused on women and the beauty of nature, and the pieces were often large in size. Enamel was a commonly used material in Art Nouveau jewelry, 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 start of World War I, when mass production resumed production.
Many products, including some jewelry. Baltic amber is found only in northern Europe and represents a large part of the known amber in the world. Amber is a fossilized organic resin that forms when sap exudes from pines and hardens over many years. It typically contains an internal matrix of materials, including water or gas bubbles, organic plant matter, or even insects.Baltic amber specifically comes from sap that is 35 to 50 million years old and comes from trees that are now covered by the Baltic Sea. It has been used since ancient times to create jewelry and decorative ornaments and has long been used in folk medicine for its healing properties. All items are shipped within one business day after receiving payment.
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The Art Nouveau period took place before the start of World War I, when mass production resumed production of many products, including some jewelry. Baltic amber is found only in northern Europe and represents a large part.