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Material Concerns: Erfurt Enamel   Vials of enamel powder, Künstlerwerkstätten (the artists’ workshops), Erfurt, Germany, 2014
Fingerring mit Hasenmotiv. 16./17. Jh.  Material/Technik: Gold, Email, Türkise.
Lucien Gaillard - An Art Nouveau horn and gold hair comb, circa 1906. 14.9 x 11.6cm.
Pendant with Personification of Caritas. Silver, parcel-gilt. Summary: The material value and ingenious workmanship made jewelry a prestigious luxury item, Europe, ca. 1600
Baroque - Brooch / Bvlgari  Baroque Jewelry Key words: bold styling, fantastic design, publicity of the vitality of  The feature of Baroque jewelry before the mainstream of art, the Renaissance in Europe. Renaissance emphasized rational tranquility and harmony. The Baroque art of the infinite importance of non-rational fantasy and illusion, strongly break the harmony and calm, in jewelry design full of details of the changes. Full of whimsy and rich variety of material variable are…
“Hair began to emerge as a material in mourning jewelry as early as 14 century Europe, and was often included in memento mori jewelry of the 14th through the 16th centuries along with teeth and bone fragments, as seen in Saints’ relics.”   Mourning Art & Jewelry, Maureen DeLorme.  This is an example of a hair work corsage, with hair “flowers.”  Many of these would have been adorned with semi-precious stones, ribbon, or silk threads.
Jakob Bengel - 1930s. Liberation of everyday, ‘artifical’ materials, those having no intrinsic value, for jewelry design was first possible in Europe in the early years of the 20th century.
Decorative Rosettes, Europe 1500's | These dress ornaments are easy to mimic the look of by using vintage clip-on earrings.
Korallenband, Elbsegler  [59] Museum Tangermünde