This site has limited support for your browser. We recommend switching to Edge, Chrome, Safari, or Firefox.

Art Nouveau

Towards the end of the Victorian era, a demand for quality handcrafted items, including jewellery, developed. These items were purchased from craftsman and artists who were heavily influenced by nature...

Read more

The Glamorous 1950’s

After World War II and with the prospect of peace, prosperity and security all aspects of popular culture changed. Industry and economic growth gave rise to rapidly increasing wealth amongst...

Read more

Art Deco

The 1925 “Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industrials Modernes” in Paris brought together the elegance, glamour, functionality and modernity of the age. The linear symmetry shown in the exhibition...

Read more

Edwardian Elegance

The Edwardian era began with the death of Queen Victoria in 1901. She was succeeded by Edward VII and his stylish Danish wife, Queen Alexandria. She set the standard in...

Read more

Victorian

Victoria was crowned in Westminster Abbey in June 1838, marrying Prince Albert two years later. Their romance and marriage inspired the nation and marked the beginning of the “Romantic Period”. Consistent...

Read more

Georgian

Many of the roots of vintage jewellery through the succeeding two centuries can be found in the Georgian era. This was an era of highly skilled craftsman making hand-made pieces...

Read more

Cart

No more products available for purchase

Your Cart is Empty