Jewelry and other forms of art during the Edwardian era were elaborate and decorative. Though the 20th century had begun, the Victorian influence was still strong, and this was reflected in the era’s classic, feminine patterns, including jewelry with hearts, flowers, and lacy filigree.
The ivy plant has always had a powerful symbolic meaning since ancient times. For example, in the language of flowers and plants, ivy symbolizes continuity and fidelity. And therefore over the years, it has become the ivy leaf, a symbol of eternal love, widely used to make jewels with an exclusive design.
This stunning bangle features glorious ivy leaf etching, beautifully hallmarked with both canning detail and granulation.
Materials and Features: 9k pink gold
Age/Origin: Edwardian, c. 1910
Marks: Hallmarked for 1910
Condition: Excellent condition. Minor associated age wear.
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