1920’s Ladies Diamond Brooch
This 1920’s diamond brooch is made of platinum and set with over 1.50-carats of dazzling diamonds. Lovely openwork design features collet-set and bead-set old circular-cut diamonds. Beauties like this brooch could be worn on collars, bodices or pinned to the latest hat! Popular in the 1920’s, the cloche style hat actually began evolving as early as 1908. By the 1920′, the “bobbed” or close cropped hair style and the cloche hat made a fashion statement that said “new woman”.
Gemstone Facts Details
If you’re more into sleek pieces with geometric patterns, vintage jewelry from the Art Deco period may just be what you are looking for. This period was a siren call for those were looking for something new and exciting. The Art Deco period was from around 1920 to 1935 and featured jewelry that was quite different from the styles of previous periods, opting for bright colors and geographic lines rather than soft colors and smooth curves. The media fed the Jazz Age frenzy in the radio, movies and fashion magazines, where we saw movie stars replace royalty for celebrity status and power. Along with crisp lines and bold colors, this period features hot jewelry made in platinum and decorated with sparkling diamonds and brilliantly hued color gemstones in abstract designs.