Courier Corporation, 01.10.2002 - 271 Seiten
Anbsp;highly readable account of how jewelry and fashion influenced each other and how both were determined by living standards and economics of the Victorian years. Includes lovely examples of jeweled tiaras, brooches, necklaces, bracelets, earrings, lockets, and chains, all set with precious and semi-precious stones. 115 halftones, 66 line illustrations, 10 color plates.
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THE EARLY VICTORIAN OR ROMANTIC PERIOD
rv THE LATE VICTORIAN OR ESTHETIC PERIOD
EARLY VICTORIAN JEWELLERY
Diadem of gold and coral c 1837
v1 MmVICTORIAN JEWELLERY
Fig 64a to e Some typical gold earrings of the sixties
Fig a Bracelet of gold pearls diamonds and darkblue
vn LATE VICTORIAN JEWELLERY
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1851 Exhibition amethysts Art Journal balls bangle beads black enamel blue enamel bracelets brilliants brooches buckle Butterflies C. R. Ashbee cabochon cairngorms Cameo Corner carbuncles Castellani centre chased gold chatelaine clasp clusters combs crosses Curb chain Demi-parure diamond stars diamonds set Doris Langley Moore dress earrings emeralds enamel enamel and gold encircled engraved Etruscan facetted fashionable filigree flowers garnets gems Giuliano gold chain Gold rings green hair heads ivory jewellery jewels Fig John Brogden knot lace lockets medallions Messrs metal moonstones Mosaics motifs neck necklaces necklet onyx opals oval parure patterns pearls and diamonds pearls or diamonds pendants period pieces pinchbeck pins plain gold popular precious stones primary jewellery Queen Victoria ribbon round rubies sapphires secondary jewellery seed-pearls serpent set in gold shape silver small diamond strapwork studded style tiara tiny topaz tortoiseshell turquoise twisted velvet Victorian vinaigrette wear wore worn Young Ladies