Vintage/ Art deco:
The Era of Boldness:
The most enduring and popular of jewelry styles can be said that of Art Deco. The Art Deco period began around early 1920s and 1930s mostly. The style began to emerge around 1915, just after World War 1 when there was a huge amount of optimism and love for bold jewels. The dates for Art Deco jewelry also extend from 1960s till present day. Ups and down had been in every industry and fashion style and so here in 1950s but was back getting even trendier. It was loved by all and is here to stay for long.
Flamboyance all the way:
The Art deco was full of glam and nowhere near simple. Jewellery designed had shapes like triangles, squares, rectangles and circles. These stylistic choices were meant to capture the beauty of change and modern spirit of the time. Full of class it was created with variety of geometric patterns and abstract designs using diamonds and gems in contrasting colours.
As colourful as rainbow:
Bold colour contrasts were a signature style as well as highlight of the Art Deco Era. Jewellery designers saw dramatic results using diamonds along with rubies, sapphires melding with emeralds. They also relied on jade, coral and turquoise to make wonderful colour contrasts. The boldest among all contrast was Black and White, a class apart from all colours and its style but still making a statement.