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Between 1900 and 1915, during the reign of England’s King Edward VII, the upper class of Europe and the US wore jewelry as a way to demonstrate their wealth. They favored lavish jewelry inspired by the eighteenth-century French court. Their jewels were made of the finest, rarest, and most costly gems and precious metals. This jewelry style is known as Edwardian, but it’s sometimes called Garland because it typically featured garlands of flowers tied with ribbons and bows.

Between 1900 and during the reign of England’s King Edward VII, the upper…

First Penn Precious Metals

First Penn Precious Metals, Wedding Jewelry, Pennsylvania - Philadelphia, Lehigh Valley, and surrounding areas

DIAMOND TIARA / NECKLACE, CIRCA 1890, Of open work acanthus and scroll design set with circular-cut and rose diamonds, to a back chain of knife-edge linking highlighted at intervals with circular-cut stones, length approximately 360mm, necklace detachable, tiara frame deficient.

Diamond tiara/necklace, circa Of open work acanthus and scroll design set with circular-cut and rose diamonds, to a back chain of knife-edge linking highlighted at intervals with circular-cut stones

Hello Lover! Antique Edwardian Platinum Diamond Sapphire Lavaliere Necklace

Antique Platinum Diamond Sapphire Edwardian Lavaliere Necklace

Antique Moonstone Drop Earrings, England, Circa 1900

Exceptional Antique Moonstone Drop Earrings

Unusual dangling moonstone earrings set in silver gilt will glimmer in candlelight at dinner or during a romantic moonlit walk. These inch earrings are English, circa

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