Edwardian Jeweled Japonisme Corsage Pendant Brooch
Edwardian era jeweled “Japonisme” corsage pendant brooch with three shakudo-esque lacquer panels surrounded by diamonds, further decorated with garlands, bowknots, and diamond tassels, set in platinum.
American, possibly Dreicer & Co.
New York, ca. 1914
Length: 6 inches
Edwardian Carved Jade Pendant Earrings
Carved jade, diamond, and enamel pendant earrings.
Length: 2 3/4 inches
English, ca. 1920.
Natural Pearl and Diamond Drop Earrings
Natural pearl earrings, in pavé platinum and diamond settings, topped with Asscher-cut diamonds.
English, circa 1910.
Length: 2-1/4 inches
These earrings are featured in our diamond drop earrings video on our videos page.
Antique Brilliant-cut Diamond Engagement Ring
1.43 ct round brilliant-cut diamond engagement ring, set in an open-work and milgrain pavÃ© diamond and platinum setting.
American, ca. 1910
Center stone I color VS1 clarity
Edwardian / Belle Epoch Jewelry (1890 â€“ 1915)
Edwardian jewelry was produced in England around the time of the reign of King Edward VII, 1901 to 1910.Â The term connotes very ornate, lacy and intricate metal-work, in milgrain and filigree, often now in platinum.Â 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 diamonds.
The period’s main styles include bows, garlands, lace, and stylized floral motifs.