News-Antique.com - Oct 14,2009 - Jewelry was often obtained as a gift of the state or presentation. Brooches, buttons, and necklaces were given by the Queen to her courtiers. Interestingly, most jewelry in the possession of court ladies and gentleman had no precious gemstones. The most exquisite and authentic jewelry was reserved for royalty.
These special editions were museum commissions and are now very limited in quantity. They are offered this week at a deep discount of 50%. These special pieces offer the wearer the authenticity of Renaissance jewelry design.
True to the Elizabethan era, the Navarre Ribbon Necklace and pin design features ribbon-like flourishes amid vintage glass and crystal. The matching pin may also be worn as a neckband by using the wide satin ribbon (included).
Rich in theatrical color, oversized jewels are the subject of the Jeweled Grate Bracelet. Topaz, amethyst, emerald, ruby, and sapphire jewels are prong set upon a Gothic grate band. For true opulence, get the matching earrings!
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