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The Georgian Era 1714-1830
Before the Industrial Revolution
The Georgian, or Regency era, marked the years between 1714 and 1830 and is named for England’s two King Georges (III and IV) who ruled during this period.
The Victorian Era 1837-1901
The coronation of Queen Victoria of England in 1837 ushered in what became known as the Victorian era. Named for her, it was a remarkable time owing not only to the length of her reign, but also to her universal popularity, which lasted until her death in 1901.
The Edwardian Era 1895-1915
The Edwardian era refers to the period of the monarchy of Edward VII of England, who reigned from 1901 to 1910, following the death of his mother, Queen Victoria. Although Edward’s supremacy ensued for a decade, the jewelry style form this time spans a much broader range,
Art Nouveau Jewelry 1895-1910
In the last decade of the 19th century, Art Nouveau (French for “New Art”), which arose in reaction to the prior artistic movements of that century, flamed brightly for just fifteen short years
The Art Deco Era 1920-1940
A Celebration of Geometric Design
The Art Deco era (1920-1940) was a short but intense period during which jewelry design reflected both new technology and the burgeoning machine age between the two world wars.
Jewelry of the Retro Period 1937-1950
In every jewelry period, the materials and forms employed are reflections of the society and culture in existence at that particular point in history. In addition, every design period is generally a reaction to the period preceding it.
The Art Deco Collection by Carlo Barberis
Rose Gold and Diamond Cuff by Tanagro
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