Edwardian

In the United Kingdoms, a period marked by reign of King Edward VII from 1901 to 1910. The new monarch brought an end to the strict divisions of the Victorian era and ushered in a more cosmopolitan outlook in society and the fashions of the time. Edwardian jewelry is characterized by light and airy pieces, created in delicate filigree of diamond and platinum or white gold resembling lace. Pearls were also in fashion along with chokers, jewels for the hair, and long dangling earrings.


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Edwardian Diamond, Seed Pearl and Gold Heart Pendant/Brooch
— BO-17553
Edwardian Diamond Drop Earrings
— ER-18859
Edwardian Ring featuring Pearls and Diamonds
— R-19218
French Edwardian Pink Sapphire, Diamond and Platinum Ring
— R-16542

 

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