Jewellery trends come and go, but one style that seems to remain eternally popular through the decades is Art Deco, and for very good reason. The geometric styles and clean cut stones associated with the Art Deco trend of the 1920s are timeless, with vintage jewellery pieces from this particular era in time often looking as though they were newly made in the modern day.
Here we take a look at some of the main features of Art Deco jewellery and what makes these sought after pieces so special.
Whilst diamonds and pearls were the order of the day in the 1920s, splashes of colour were starting to be introduced more and more frequently within both jewellery and fashion, meaning signature styles of the Art Deco jewellery era often include coloured stones. Precious gems such as sapphires and rubies became hugely popular with those who wanted to …