The Edwardian period lasted only a few years from 1901 to 1910 with the reign of King Edward the VII. Edwardian jewelry contrasts to the more fluid and romatic styles of the Art Nouveau era. Edwardian jewelry clung to tradition with emphasis on diamonds, pearls and platinum, skillfully worked into intricate designs.
One of the most distinct aspects of Edwardian jewelry is the use of lacy, delicate filigree work rendered in platinum, a very strong metal.
Our collection of Edwardian era jewelry touches on the elegant and delicate style of the period.