Retro, vintage, classic, antique... These four words have something in common. Guess what? Well, they are some fancy words describing something that is just plain old. But oh is it? When it comes to fascinating jewellery pieces, it is not something even near plain. Vintage jewellery designs of natural elements featured as jewellery pieces were highly in fashion for a long time. They were seen to be more dominant in the Georgian and Victorian period. There was a great popularity of animal and insect themed costume jewellery pieces. The usage of insect and bug motifs in jewellery grew more in fashion popularity in the middle of the late 1800s. Many bug brooches, pendants, and rings were produced because of the high demand of affordable quality along with delicate workmanship. Intricate jewellery pieces made with enamel, Perspex, or rock crystal would be adorned with gems and seed pearls in sparkly and decorative colour combinations to depict the natural beauty of the insect in a unique vi…
We are still obsessed with these fabulous antique lavaliere pendants. Not just because they are so delicate and expertly made by hand but because they are just so attractive.
We just acquired this diamond shape pendant with aquamarine stones.
The diamond shape pendant frame also features a wave-like gold inner frame. Inside is set with a round pale blue aquamarine gemstone with small gold leaves set with seed pearls. The lower part displays a further aquamarine drop. The bale is smooth and shapes like a tulip which is a nice touch.
I have included a 9ct gold trace chain with the pendant.
We are happy to share this new listing today presenting a splendid rhodolite garnet and diamond daisy ring made in 18ct gold. Just take a look at the colour of those rich translucent garnets and how they are complimented by the sparkling white diamonds.