Antique Vintage Art Nouveau Sterling Silver Mughal Glass Wedding Necklace 33.8g. This product description is originally written in English. Please find below an automatic translation in French.
If you have any questions, please contact us. We have similar Mughal and Art Nouveau items that would pair well with this piece, for sale this week. Description of the listing by: Angela A.
Accent stone: Faux pearl, paste, glass. Faux pearl: 2.5mm in diameter, bright white tint. Paste: 3.5mm in diameter, lengths vary between 4.7mm and 5.5mm, translucent and colorless tint.
Glass: 10.65mm in length, 7.3mm in width, semi-translucent bright blue tint. Stone treatment: All these stones are man-made.
Stones have been tested and guaranteed using a professional refractive, heat, and hardness Presidium Duo tester. Stone sizes: Turquoise glass cabochon pear, round cut paste, pear, and rectangular; round faux pearls; faceted glass bead.Wearable length: 16" to 16.75" with extension chain. Pendant dimensions: 2.46" in length, 1.61" in width. Handmade during the Art Nouveau era in India in the Mughal style. Mughal jewelry was often purchased as wedding jewelry by British soldiers stationed in India.
925 sterling silver with a yellow gold wash chain, as well as a pendant and clasp plated with 14-carat yellow gold. Includes a pendant adorned with a huge glass stone, its blue tint is meant to resemble turquoise. Aluminum-coated paste stones frame the glass, while a glass pearl hangs at the bottom in the lavalier style. Strung on a fancy chain combining cobra and serpent links. At least one faux pearl is missing in the necklace.
There are minor chips and wear on several pastes, which do not affect wear. The price has been reduced to reflect this. This listing is for the item only. Any display boxes and/or photography props pictured are not included with your purchase.
This was true due to the stunning designs that came out of this period. This era is inspired by the beauty of women and the natural world, resulting in pieces that are often large and elegant. Because the period emphasized the importance of design over the materials used to create it, enamel was a commonly used material in Art Nouveau jewelry. The Art Nouveau period occurred before the start of World War I, when mass production took over the production of many products, including some jewelry. Mughal jewelry emerged in India under the Mughal dynasty, starting in the 16th century.
Jewelry was an important symbol indicating a person's status in society. The elite wore highly ornate and heavily adorned jewelry pieces. As the Mughal empire conquered most of India, Mughal style spread to many other regions, being incorporated into many Indian cultures. The pieces typically feature intricate patterns, massive amounts of gemstones, and elaborate enameling.
French jeweler Georges Frédéric Strass created "paste" as an alternative to diamonds during the Georgian era. Lead glass was cut and polished with a metallic powder until it shone like a diamond in the light.These white stones, called "diamante" or "strass," were very popular among glamorous Parisians, and eventually the paste stones were colored to imitate other gemstones. All items are shipped within one business day after receiving payment. We do not undervalue packages for customs, please do not ask us to do so. What you pay is what we will claim on your customs form. Please keep this in mind before placing your bid. Mughal jewelry emerged in India under the Mughal dynasty, starting in the p.