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Art Nouveau Paste Locket by Carter,Qvarnstrom, & Remington

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90-1-11128

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ABOUT THIS NECKLACE

A beautifully stylized shamrock, rendered in 10K yellow gold by Carter, Qvarnstrom, & Remington of Attleboro, Mass. (they produced lockets from 1899-1930s), is dotted with diamond-like glass on the front (plus one central green glass stone) and a fanciful monogram on the reverse. 1 1/8 inch, the new chain measures 18 inches.

Details

Materials:
10 Karat Yellow Gold
Length:
1 3/8 Inch
Width:
1 1/8 Inch
Gram Weight:
8.8 Grams
Period:
Art Nouveau

About Art Nouveau Jewelry

Looking to go organic? Bummed out (with good reason) by the Industrial Revolution, Art Nouveau makers embraced the natural world and a return to the hand-craftsmanship of an earlier time. Their overlap with both the Victorian and Edwardian eras resulted in a great deal of cross-pollination. Though relatively short in its purest form, Art Nouveau’s flowing lines continued to weave their way into fine jewelry.

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