You can also see the beautiful woven links of the bracelet This bracelet is solid and extremely well made.
There is absolutely no sign of pitting along the surface a sign of deficient workmanship , it is beautifully finished, and the design is exquisite. At Bijoux Extraordinaire, each piece of jewelry must exhibit uncompromising high quality in: Design Materials, and Craftsmanship If it doesn't, it is not worthy of your consideration. The above photo clearly shows the hallmark indicating where the bracelet was made Germany , while below you can see the maker's touch mark and the fineness of the gold 14kt.
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You could say that every Bijoux jewel carries it own unique pedigree! So, you might want to try on a little Etruscan elegance. You can wear this versatile bracelet to work, play or even out to the theatre. And, if you like the bracelet, wait till you see the complementing necklace Valise-type earrings were mostly made in Vulci and were very widespread.
The heavy pendants started becoming fashionable along with the Middle Eastern floral elements and all the other types of influence the Etruscans received from elsewhere in the Mediterranean. The fibulae became an item closer to jewelry in the archaic period. During the Villanovan era they were mainly bronze. Progressively though they turned into a subject of ornament. Unfortunately the classical era was a period of crisis for the Etruscans.
During the 5th century, Etruscan jewelry suffers a regression. Such techniques as filigree and granulation gradually disappeared. During this period, a different kind of earring comes into fashion: the grape cluster shaped earring. These kinds of earrings would cover the whole ear and sometimes hung down to the neck. During the archaic period, "bigger was better". Large hanging earrings, long necklaces and heavy pendants or bullae were in style and worn by both men and woman alike.
Women were heavily adorned and wore large diadems , bracelets and circlets , hair spirals , heavy earrings in the shape of grape clusters, large heavy pendants also worn by men and children. These were the fashion all throughout the 5th and 4th centuries. Necklaces were paired up.
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They would wear big necklaces with assorted beads, then another one with a big hanging pendant. Earrings with a long oval pendant and a smaller one hanging below were also very well received in the Etruscan community.
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In the early 3rd century, bead necklaces and bullae remain popular as do torcs , which were rings of color hair of an animal or feathers around the neck. In the late classical era body jewelry became more and more popular as the fashions tended towards a progressive state of undress. The body jewelry was the adornment of the body and was paired with other artifacts such as shoes, holding mirrors, etc.
These styles stayed popular throughout the Hellenistic period as well as the Roman period. During the Hellenistic periods, technical decline and excessively complex shapes and decoration characterized the jewelry. Jewelry becomes omnipresent during the Hellenistic period. It becomes unisex and is worn by people whether they are naked or dressed.
In images, women were often represented with only slippers and a torque or necklace.
The heavy necklaces of the classical era are now replaced by strands of beads and torques. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article includes a list of references , related reading or external links , but its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations. Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations. January Learn how and when to remove this template message.
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Main articles: Etruscan history and Villanovan culture. Main article: Orientalizing period. When the major Etruscan tombs were found, they were asked to analyze the Etruscan jewelry. European Union. Show only see all Show only. Free postage. Completed listings.
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