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Antique Jewelry
If you are fond of vintage items, you don't have to depend entirely on your ancestors to acquire a few of these heirlooms. Heirloom-quality jewellery from the Victorian, Edwardian, art deco and other periods are now readily available. When you wish to gift a rare piece of jewellery to your beloved, choose a unique vintage item that she will preserve for the rest of her life. Antique jewellery, a term applied to jewellery over a hundred years old, is now a favourite with the prospective brides, too. With everything that is old now coming back into fashion, most brides walking down the aisle are adorning vintage jewellery with pride.

Among the jewellery pieces that you can pick up are antique engagement rings, studded necklaces, bracelets, brooches, crosses, pendants, lockets and other extraordinary pieces of timeless art and beauty.

These antique jewellery pieces come to you through antique jewellery auctions, fairs and sales that are frequented by the jewellers to bring you pieces of extraordinary charm and elegance. Some of the jewellers also specify the age of the antique jewellery on display. For instance, some may claim to keep pieces from 1900 to 1950 (Edwardian, art deco and retro jewellery), and some may have heirloom pieces that are at least two centuries old (late Georgian or Victorian jewellery)!

Shopping for antique jewellery has an added advantage. It acquaints you to the history and culture of the era to which it belongs. You would be interested to know how the fashion of wearing delicate dresses in the Georgian era favoured the use of small, light jewellery. Pendants with miniature paintings of loved ones were also prevalent in the late-Georgian era. In a similar way, jewellery belonging to each era is a reflection of the changing fashions. So, with every piece of antique jewellery, you also buy memories of a long lost era.


July 03, 2017 by EverMarker Client

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