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The story of a jeweler

Typical for resulting rings was the rich use of precious stones, enamel and pearls. The popular in the Romantic Diamond came more and more to the market, since more and more diamond mines - particularly in Africa - have been developed. This resulted in splendid and powerful pieces of jewelry. Find such diamond masterpieces at James Allen diamond engagement rings.

The Style Art Nouveau European art, which was named after since 1896, Munich-based magazine "Youth", created at the same time in Germany, the Netherlands, Scandinavia, Belgium, France, (Art Nouveau) Austria (Vienna Secession) as a reaction against historicism the 19th century, completely new, vegetable-linear ornamentation took all the arts.


Japan opened its borders and Japanese art influenced the European goldsmiths.

It developed the Art Nouveau with the romance-like floral motifs. Then there were fairy female figures, insects of all kinds, which are likely to have "confessed" model with new jewelry designs. Semi-precious stones like amethyst, peridot, opal or were processed next email in broken tones and multicolored gold. During this time, incidentally, also developed the jewelry hunting, deer teeth in the example, so-called Grandln were processed instead of gemstones in jewelry. De Art Nouveau (1895-1925) was not a style that developed countries are embracing the same.

Rather, it had its own character in every nation. In France, naturalistic, abstract ornamental in Germany and Austria, abstract geometric. Then Lige artists were dissatisfied with the existing forms and sought new ways of fashion and design. The independent ornamentation at the time was. Various materials such as glass, enamel, amber, mother of pearl, horn, ivory, bronze, copper and even steel, were used. The opal was a widely-used stone this time.

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