We have similar wedding band items, which would marry well with this piece, on sale this week to see separate listings, please visit our store and search for \List description by: dylan l. Age to: art nouveau c. Markings: marked \Country of origin: Hungary. Brand: unidentified brand \Gram weight: 22.4 grams. Main carat stone weight / color.
Carat stone weight / accent color. Measurements of the article: this bracelet has a portable length of 6.5 \The largest wrist strap deviation measures 2.22 across. The smaller measures of the wrist gap 2.86 across when the wristband is fully open. Type of link: polish strip.
This beautiful bracelet was handmade in Hungary. It is composed of 800 sterling silver. This item was created in a loop pattern and is decorated with geometric patterns and texture. The inside of the group comprises vii 1.24. 25 1918 vii 23 angus vii 23 19 9iv 27 inside the bracelet.
Spheres are applied on the face of the bracelet, emphasizing the pattern of the belt. This article was made using the spinning technique. The technique of repoussage dates back to the 3rd century BC and consists in hand hammering the precious metals in beautiful and complex patterns. Damage: age appropriate for wear. Sterling silver is pretty tarnished, which one can expect from an article of this age.
It misses a sphere applied on the face of the bracelet. The price of this item has been reduced to reflect this. This list is for the article only. All display boxes or photography props do not come with your purchase. This is very true because of the wonderful design that came out of this period.
This time focused on women and the beauty of nature and the pieces were often important. Enamel is a common material used in art nouveau style jewelry, as the period was more prominent than the design on the materials used to create it. The art nouveau period that occurred before the beginning of the First World War, during the mass production has resumed the production of many products, including jewelry. Wedding bracelets have a long history stretch back centuries and were particularly popular in nineteenth-century Europe as Victorians reverted to the Middle Ages and Influence Revival in their art and jewelry.
Historically, a groom would give a beautifully engraved bracelet to his wife on the day of their wedding, but sometimes they would also be gifted in sets that given during his engagement and the other on the wedding day. Alternatively, these sets would come as two different size bracelets, one larger for the groom and the smaller for the bride.
During the Victorian and Art Nouveau eras, these bracelets were also referred to as \Repoussé began as an old metallurgical technique dating back to the third century BC. Involving malleable metal that has been hammered on the reverse to create an image on the front. Examples can be found all over the world; greece, egypt and even hopewell periods in southeastern america. Reverse hammering also served to add details to the front, creating intricate patterns using grooves, indentations and channeling.The piece was then carefully polished to create a hollow and eye-catching treasure. All items ship within one business day of receipt of payment.
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