French jewelry exhibition

Replica Cartier Jewelry

The museum of Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens in Florida, USA, is holding an antique jewelery show called “Bijoux Parisiens” featuring 50 pieces of French antique jewelery from the 17th to the 20th century. You can see Van Cleef & Arpels, Replica Cartier Jewelry, Georges Fouquet and other important French jeweler and designer works.
This collection of exhibits is from Petit Palais collection, dating back 300 years of French jewelry design style changes – from gorgeous “Baroque” to Napoleonic era “neoclassical” to modern aesthetic “Art Deco style Jewelry itself also symbolizes the right, personal decorations gradually transformed into artistic aesthetic expression.
After the 1920s, “Art Deco” has gradually become the mainstream of French jewelry design, designers keen geometric style jewelry works. In this exhibition, you can see a 1945 Van Cleef & Arpels brooch with Cross of Lorraine and V-shaped symbol of victory at the center of the brooch. It is surrounded by leaves of bay leaf in commemoration of the French made during the Second World War Sacrifice.
Eighteenth-century French jewelery centers on royals and aristocrats, hires jewelers for craftsmanship and exudes elaborate decorative patterns on gemstones. For example, a 1760 silver corsage symmetrical design, inlaid crystal and tourmaline winding flower vine shape, forming a shiny effect.
By the early 19th century, the French jewels incorporated Napoleon’s respected ancient Greek and Roman civilizations into the new rule

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