(1890 - 1910) A brief moment with a lasting impact; Art Nouveau was most popular from 1890 - 1910 and was an 'art total' that included every art form; architecture, painting, music, literature and jewellery.
The movement was characterised by its use of long, sinuous, organic lines, partly inspired by the linear patterns of Japanese prints. Flower stalks, insect wings and other delicate natural objects were Art Nouveau's muses, and exotic, fragile materials like moulded glass and enamel were commonplace.
The pieces featured are indicative of the style of Art Nouveau jewellery.
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