Etruscan Style

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main article: Etruscan jewelry

Etruscan Style typically refers to 19th century jewelry with design influences from Etrurian jewelry dating circa 7th to 3rd centuries BC. The jewelry is noted for granulation and applied filigree.

A nineteenth century Etruscan revival 18 karat yellow gold fibula brooch, embellished with twisted wire and granulated beads with a duck-motif component with a flower-motif panel accenting its top. 2" long. Note: Fibulae were ancient clothing fasteners. They were used in Greek and Roman times to secure robes at the shoulder.
Image courtesy of Lang Antiques
Lang Antiques
Lang Antiques