Art Deco Jewellery

art deco broochArt Deco was a very glamorous and innovative period of early twenties. It was also known as the period of geometry and the jewellery of the Art Deco period had features the heavy use of geometrical shapes.

At that era, unique and exotic designs of jewels were made using a variety of materials. Art Deco jewellery is one of the inspiring and sophisticated because they elude a classy style and aura of elegance.

Today, antique jewels are still loved by people and widely used around the world. These antiques have become valuable pieces of fine art of the old centuries and carries a timeless charm.

If you are planning to get engaged and you are looking for a distinctive ring for your beloved, the sensational Art Deco ring designs can be a good option for you.

European cut and old mine cut diamonds are commly used in Art Deco engagement rings to give them that distinct look of the era.

For young couples and people with lower budgets, you can take comfort in knowing that plastic, chrome and steel were also used in the manufacturing of Art Deco jewelry. This makes them very affordable and you can get your dream ring without blowing your budget.

The Vintage Designs From Art Deco Periods

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Art Deco jewelry can be very expensive as many of them are now one-of-a-kind antique pieces.

Some popular designs of that era include floral designs, machines and animals, fountains, repeated lines and mirrored surfaces and other interesting and amazing geometrical shapes.

Some of the famous designers of Art Deco jewels are; Boucheron, Cartier, Mauboussin and Tiffany & Co, Elsa Shiaparella, Rene Lalique, Paul Emile Brant, and Coco Chanel. All of these  companies offer wonderful many antique style jewel across a range of different accessories.

Gemstones such as rock crystals, pearls and corals are still being used in Art Deco rings, earrings and bracelets. This gives them a charming appearance which goes well with modern day dressing attires.