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Art Nouveau

 1895 - 1915

Art Nouveau, or the 'New Art', thrived from the late 1890's until the beginning of the First World War. Previous styles were discarded and artists started to study the human form and nature in greater detail. Jewelry makers took inspiration from this and the emerging Japonisme as they strived to capture natures delights through jewellery design. Enameling began to dominate this movement, with many methods being tried and tested to achieve the popular nature motifs such as insects, snakes. lizards and flowers. A defining feature of this period was the 'free-flowing line' used to depict movement was used in a variety of different ways through Europe. In England, it appeared through Celtic revival flowing through triangles and squares.



Art Nouveau Diamond Two Stone Twist Ring in 18ct Yellow and White Gold

Art Nouveau Diamond Two Stone Twist Ring in 18ct Yellow and White Gold

An Art Nouveau Diamond two stone twist ring set in 18ct Yellow and White Gold. The two Old European ..

£355.00 Ex Tax: £355.00

Art Nouveau Diamond Single Stone Crossover Ring in 18ct Yellow and White Gold

Art Nouveau Diamond Single Stone Crossover Ring in 18ct Yellow and White Gold

An Art Nouveau Diamond single stone twist crossover ring set in 18ct Yellow and White Gold. Centred ..

£275.00 Ex Tax: £275.00

Arts and Crafts Large Opal Pendant with Decorative Pearl and Enamel Bail

Arts and Crafts Large Opal Pendant with Decorative Pearl and Enamel Bail

A lovely Arts and Crafts hand crafted pendant with made with Yellow Gold and Silver setting. This go..

£3,150.00 Ex Tax: £3,150.00

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