PAIR OF DIAMOND EARCLIPS, CIRCA 1950. Centering 2 round diamonds weighing 3.26 and 3.37 carats respectively, bordered by foliate swirls set with 20 marquise-shaped diamonds weighing approximately 5.70 carats and 26 baguette diamonds weighing approximately .50 carat, mounted in platinum
Rose Gold Backdrop Necklace, Bridal Back Necklace, Crystal Pearl Wedding Necklace, Romantic Wedding Necklace Bridal Jewelry, Nicole
Rose Gold Backdrop Necklace, Bridal Back Necklace, Crystal and Pearl Wedding Necklace, Romantic Wedding Back Drop Necklace Bridal Jewelry by poetryjewelry on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/236283127/rose-gold-backdrop-necklace-bridal-back
In the 15th and 16th centuries, jewelry transitioned from religious and symbolic to more modern and stylish. Whereas jewelry of the Middle Ages was inspired by ecclesiastical influences, Renaissance pieces were increasingly inspired by real-life and nature, offset by the discovery of the New World. The Renaissance marked a new era- and jewelry was allowed to be worn for beauty and fashion.