|Edwardian diamond engagement ring in platinum, circa 1920|
However, Edwardian jewelry is an easy way to add the beautiful delicacy of that era into a modern-vintage wardrobe! The beautiful pieces from this period are timelessly beautiful, so they fit with any era you may be particularly fond of. For this post I'm using examples of jewelry from vintagediamondring.com, so if there's anything you REALLY love... it's not a museum piece; it's actually possible to add to your wardrobe!
The Edwardian era is named for King Edward of Britain. His reign began in 1901, and this is considered the beginning of the Edwardian period, with dates ranging from 1914-1920 being considered the end of the period.
|Edwardian sapphire and diamond ring set in platinum, circa 1920s|
|Antique filigree diamond brooch, circa 1920s|
Scrolls, wreaths, ribbons, and flower garlands in flowing arrangements are common in Edwardian jewelry, too. Oftentimes there's an overall dainty feeling in Edwardian pieces, sometimes achieved through filigree or other delicate work.
|Edwardian pearl and diamond ring in platinum|
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