Sterling Jewelry

As the wheels turned into the Industrial Revolution, so they punctuated the mass of sterling silver jewelry that poured out of the Birmingham, England area beginning in the 1770s and slowly increasing to gain a wild popularity through the late 1890s.  Renewed interest in ancient methods such as chasing and repousse' along with brand new techniques like machine-engraving combined to decorate each piece with rich nature-inspired symbolism, some of the most popular motifs being flowers, foliage and birds.  As a new 'working' aesthetic was build with the mass movement into the Industrial era, these pieces were worn proudly and heavily.  We find and offer the best remaining examples of these delightful handmade pieces. 

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Ginko Motif Earrings in Sterling Silver Antique Book Link Locket Necklace in Sterling Silver by Danecraft Pools of Light Necklace
Ginko Motif Earrings in SterlingLocket and Book Link Chain in Sterling SilverPools of Light Necklace in Sterling

Victorian circa 1883 Aesthetic era

Circa 1940 - Retro era

Circa 1920 - Art Deco era

Antique Repousse Sterling Silver Angel and Serpent motif earrings with 9kt backs Victorian era Sterling Silver Hinged Bangle Bracelet Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Star Earrings with Scottish Agate
Repousse' Angel & Serpent Earrings in Sterling Silver and 9ktRepousse' Bangle Bracelet in Sterling SilverScottish Agate Star Earrings in Sterling

Victorian circa 1890 - Early Aesthetic era

Victorian circa 1883 - late Grand era

Circa 1890 - Early Aesthetic era

Antique Sterling Silver Signet Ring. Made in France. Antique Sterling Silver Locket Stone Compass Fob Collection Necklace in Sterling Silver
Signet Ring in Sterling SilverSterling Silver Laurel Locket PendantStone Compass FOB Necklace in Sterling Silver

Circa 1920 - Art Deco era. 

Circa 1914 - Edwardian era. 

Victorian circa 1880 - late Grand era.

Carl Ruopoli Wreath Jewelry. Sterling silver set necklace bracelet and earrings
Wreath Link Necklace Bracelet and Earrings in Sterling Silver

Circa 1940's - Carl Ruopoli