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Promoted item:Blue Aquamarine Solid Sterling Silver Filigree Edwardian Cocktail Ring size 9

Blue Aquamarine Solid Sterling Silver Filigree Edwardian Cocktail Ring size 9

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About Edwardian Jewelry

The time period known as the Edwardian Period was sandwiched between two more prominent art eras, Art Nouveau and Art Deco. To some, the Edwardian Period was overshadowed by Nouveau and Deco, and while it lasted a mere nine years (1901-1910), its impact is still felt today. Edwardian jewelry continues to be worn on the ears, necks, wrists and fingers of sophisticated women around the world.The essence of Edwardian jewelry is captured in the phrase 'lace translated into platinum and diamonds.' This phrase articulates the intricate detail and intertwined use of precious metals and gemstones. Worn by the high society in the early 1900s, Edwardian antique jewelry emanates wealth, femininity and class. King Edward the VIII, after whom the time period was named, reigned during a time where society was defined by extravagance and refinement. These same characteristics can be found in Edwardian filigree jewelry. The King's wife, Princess Alexandra, set the standards of fashion during the period. Women modeled themselves after her, dawning expensive platinum jewelry laced with diamonds.The use of platinum had a large impact on the success of Edwardian jewelry. Platinum helped jewelers accomplish the lace-like patterns that were and are still indicative of the era. Before the Edwardian Period, fine jewelry was made from gold, a softer precious metal. The strength of platinum gave jewelers the ability to explore new realms in jewelry making. The detailed filigree craftsmanship put the Edwardian period in history books and is largely responsible for today's trends in estate pieces. The elaborate and complicated work of Edwardian jewelers isn't often seen today, and therefore the jewels have maintained their high value. Edwardian earrings and even Edwardian rings (for a more subtle effect) both lend a showy elegance to their wearer, making her feel like a true queen.