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Queen Victoria ascended the English throne in 1837 and became one of the most influential monarchs in terms of social custom and fashion.Learn More >>
Queen Victoria ascended the English throne in 1837 and became one of the most influential monarchs in terms of social custom and fashion. Gold was the metal of choice for Victorian jewelry, which demonstrated a range of techniques, including chasing and repousse.
Victoria’s beloved Prince Albert died in 1861, plunging the whole country into mourning and making black jewelry all the rage. Mid-Victorian jewelry was also influenced by historic and exotic designs, due to easier travel and the popularity of archeological finds.
As Victoria’s reign drew to a close, jewelry was more popular than ever and seen across all levels of society. At the end of the 19th century, mass manufactured jewelry set with seed pearls, colored gems, and small diamonds was constructed in lower karat gold to be affordable for all women.
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