Index of Articles

A

* Aigrettes

* Alexandrite

* Amber

* Amethyst

* Antique and Vintage Eras and Terms  

* Antique and Vintage Jewelry in Art

* Appliqué

* Archaeological Revival

* Art Deco Carved Gemstone

* Art Deco Motifs

*Art Deco – 1925 Paris Exhibition 

* À jour

* Art Nouveau Design Houses

* Art Nouveau and the Female Form

* Art Nouveau Manufacturers

* Art Nouveau Whiplash Motif

* Art Nouveau’s Different Names

* Arts & Crafts Movement

* Astronomical Motifs

B

*Bakelite / Catalin

* Bakelite Test

* Berlin Iron

* Birthstones

*Black Materials 

* Bracelet Types

* Brooch Categories

* Brooch Fastenings

* Buckles

C

* Care

* Cameo

* Cannetille

* Cartier Collections – Trinity de Cartier  

* Chains

* Champlevé and Cloisonné enamel

* Charm Bracelets

*Chatelaines

* Coral and Children

* Coral Colors

* Coral Types

D

* Daguerreotypes

* Damascene

* Diamond cuts and inventions

E

* Earring findings

* Earring styles 

* Edwardian Era 

* Enamel techniques

* Enamelling techniques of the Art Nouveau era

*Eras overview 

* Eras defined

* Evaluating a rolled gold phoenix locket

* Evaluating an enamelled holly brooch

* Evaluating some French gold Chrysoprase Earrings

F

* Fabrication

* Fans

* Fede, Claddagh, Gimmel and Puzzle Rings

* Ferronières

* Filigree

* Foiled Gemstones

G

*Garnets

* Gemstone Effects

*Gemstones – Green 

* Gemstones – Red and Pink 

* Gemstone Settings

* Georgian Era Motifs

* Gold

* Gold Plating

* Gold Testing with a Tri-Electronics Tester

* Granulation

* Great Exhibition of 1851 (The Crystal Palace Exhibition)

* Greek Key Motif 

H

* Hair combs

* Hair pins

* Hair work

* Hand motif

* Hatpins

J

* Jade

* Jet

*Jugendstil

 

K

* Key Jewellery Looks by Decade

L

*Language of Birds

* Language of Flowers

* Language of Stones

* Lapiz Lazuli

* Lockets

* Lorgnettes

M

* Marcasite Jewelry

* Micro-Mosaic

* Mizpah

* Myrtle Bridal Tiaras

N

* Natural Materials

* Necklace categories

O

* Onyx 

* Opals

P

* Parures

* Paste

* Pavé 

* Pearl basics

* Pearl jewelry in art

* Pearl necklace lengths

* Pinchbeck

* Piqué

* Platinum

* Porcelain

* Posie Rings

R

* Repoussé and chasing

* Rock Crystal

S

* Scottish Jewelry

* Seed Pearls

* Snake Motif

* Signet Rings

T

* Theodor Fahrner

* Tortoise Shell

* Trilogy and Trinity Rings

* Turquoise

* Tutti Frutti

V

* Victorian Aesthetic Period

* Victorian Grand Era

* Victorian Romantic Era

W

* Welsh Gold