The Arts and Crafts movement was born out of a rejection to the industrial revolution. Artists felt that the mechanization of creating daily objects detracted from the enjoyment of daily life. Furniture, household items, even jewelry, once made completely by hand, were now being machined and assembly lined, destroying the unique nature of handcrafted goods. Much of the jewelry made in the Arts and Crafts period was crafted in silver, using gems that were inexpensive and easily sourced, much like this silver and enamel pendant. The aesthetic wasn’t a specific style but more of an idea. It called for simple form, clean lines, personal fulfillment, and of course, it was hand-made.
This vintage Arts and Crafts enamel flower pendant was handcrafted around 1920, likely in England. It features a yellow and green flower with blue skies on a silver oval setting. The chain measures 17.5 inches in length while the pendant measures 40.3 x 21 mm. Overall, this piece weighs 12 grams. There are no marks and it has been acid tested.
A necklace like this doesn’t come around very often. Bright florals, entirely unique, and truly timeless, it’s a piece to be worn over and over again.
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