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Victorian .94ctw Diamond Halo Ring 10K Yellow Gold$3,499.00Add to cart
Victorian Era 1.72ctw Emerald Platinum Ring with Diamond Accents$2,769.00Add to cart
Victorian Era Bangle Bracelet 14K Gold Ornate Applied Designs$2,349.00Add to cart
Victorian Revival 1.41ctw Diamond & Black Enamel Brooch | Pendant 14K Gold$2,299.00Add to cart
Victorian Hardstone Cameo Brooch | Pendant 14K Gold$1,265.00Add to cart
Victorian Round Locket Pendant 14K Gold and Mine Cut Diamond$700.00Add to cart
Victorian Three Dog Brooch Pin 14K Gold, Pug or Frenchie$720.00Add to cart
Victorian Fob Charm 10K Rose Gold and Bloodstone, Wax Seal$455.00Add to cart
Victorian Crescent Moon and Flower Pin 10K Rose Gold Enamel and Seed Pearl
Victorian Wedding Band 10K Rose Gold, Floral Embossed size 3.5$100.00Add to cart
Victorian Revival Mother of Pearl Cameo Charm$109.00Add to cart
Victorian Revival Faux Ruby Ring 10K Gold circa 1930’s$110.00Add to cart
Transport Yourself to the Exquisite World of Victorian-Era Jewelry
Travel back in time to the opulent era of the 19th century, where elegance, romance, and intricate craftsmanship converged to create the breathtaking artistry of Victorian Era Jewelry.
The Victorian Era, spanning from 1837 to 1901, was a time of profound change, marked by Queen Victoria’s reign over the British Empire. This period saw an unprecedented appreciation for art, culture, and fashion. Jewelry became an essential expression of one’s social status, sentiments, and style.
A Glimpse into History
Victorian Era Jewelry reflects the complex tapestry of this period’s history. It’s divided into distinct design phases that mirror the evolving sentiments of the time:
Early Victorian (1837-1860)
Also known as the Romantic Period, jewelry during this time was heavily influenced by nature, with motifs such as flowers, leaves, and birds. Queen Victoria’s love for her husband, Prince Albert, set the trend for sentimental pieces, often featuring lockets and mourning jewelry crafted with hair from deceased loved ones.
The period witnessed a shift towards more somber jewelry due to the death of Prince Albert. Jet, onyx, and dark gemstones became popular, as did “mourning jewelry.” This helped people express their grief. Designs often featured intricate scrollwork and symbolic motifs.
Late Victorian (1880-1901)
With the Industrial Revolution in full swing, jewelry production became more accessible. This era is known for its ornate and decadent designs, marked by the use of rich materials such as diamonds, pearls, and colored gemstones. Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee in 1887 inspired the use of sunburst motifs and lavish, intricate designs.
Victorian Era Jewelry was renowned for its unparalleled craftsmanship. Artisans painstakingly created each piece by hand, using techniques like filigree, repoussé, and enameling. Intricate metalwork and stone settings were hallmarks of this era. This resulted in pieces that were not only stunning but also enduring.
Sentiments and Symbolism
Every piece of Victorian Era Jewelry told a story. From love tokens to mourning jewelry. These pieces were laden with symbolism. Hidden messages, intricate engravings, and secret compartments made them deeply personal and sentimental.
Today, Victorian Era Jewelry remains highly coveted for its timeless beauty and historical significance. Owning a piece of Victorian jewelry is like holding a piece of history, a tangible link to a bygone era of elegance and romance.
Step into the enchanting world of Victorian Era Jewelry and embrace the exquisite craftsmanship and profound sentiments that defined this remarkable period. Each piece is a testament to an era where artistry, emotion, and history converged to create enduring works of wearable art.