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Edwardian brooch with a diamond swan molded in relief, with a gold beak and a sapphire eye, floating on aquamarine water, the background with a diamond and natural pearl balustrade, shaded with emerald-leaf palm trees, in a frame of brilliants. Mounted in platinum.
English, ca. 1910
Length: 2-3/4 inches; height: 1-5/16 inches
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Carved jade, diamond, and enamel pendant earrings.
Length: 2 3/4 inches
English, ca. 1905
Carved Jade detail
Back of Pendant Earrings
Detail of screw back
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Edwardian jewelry was produced in England around the time of the reign of King Edward VII, 1901 to 1910. The term connotes very ornate, lacy and intricate metal-work, in milgrain and filigree, often now in platinum. Many antique “engagement rings” come from this period with the single larger stone (usually diamond) in the center set in an ornate pierced-openwork setting with smaller …
Edwardian amethyst and diamond ring, mounted in platinum.
English, circa 1915.
Pair of platinum and diamond pendant earrings with green and blue glass interchangeable cameos of women in Grecian dress.
English, ca. 1915.
( Glass cameos are probably French, ca. 1910.)
Length with either glass cameo: 2-1/8 inches
These earrings can be worn three different ways.
Edwardian drop emerald pendant with platinum and diamond chain by J.E. Caldwell & Co., Philadelphia.
Emerald approximately 28 carats
Necklace length: 12 inches; length of tassel: 1-7/8 inches
Detail of Chain
… new film The Great Gatsby, A La Vieille Russie presents a selection of our authentic Edwardian and Art Deco jewels. These pieces evoke the elegance and sophistication of the Jazz Age, a bygone era from which F. Scott Fitzgerald’s timeless characters still speak to us. The roaring twenties redefined modernity and these treasures, whether worn with a pair of jeans or a ball gown, remain eternally in vogue.
1920s French Diamond Drop Earrings
Edwardian 56ct …
Amethyst, diamond, and demantoid garnet heart-shaped brooch, which can also be worn as a pendant. Mounted in gold.
English, ca. 1900
Length: 1-1/4 inches
A suffragette is a woman who advocates for a woman’s right to vote. In 1908, an article in the English newspaper, Votes for Women , described the meaning of the colors. Purple (amethyst) is the royal color and emblematic of …
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