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After the end of the First World War, artists strove to create a new vocabulary of design, displacing the naturalistic and historicist forms of the 19th century in favor of linear, streamlined shapes.Learn More >>
After the end of the First World War, artists strove to create a new vocabulary of design, displacing the naturalistic and historicist forms of the 19th century in favor of linear, streamlined shapes. The movement was named Art Deco after the Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes, held in Paris in 1925.
Inspired equally by industrial advancements and cultural discovery, Art Deco jewelry took a variety of forms from Egyptian revival, set with diamonds and colorful hardstones, to Indian inspired jewelry, set with carved gemstones in stylized floral shapes.
Women's fashion radically evolved during the period. Jazz Age "flappers" wore short dresses and bedecked their deep decolletages and exposed arms with long, beaded sautoir necklaces, stacked jeweled bracelets, and chunky cocktail rings. Newly bobbed hair called for dangling pendant earrings, sparkling bandeaus, and dramatic headpieces.
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