Victorian Aesthetic Movement Gold Gilt Wood Faux Bamboo Fire Screen Silk Fabric

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Victorian Aesthetic Movement Gold Gilt Wood Faux Bamboo Fire Screen Silk Fabric
Victorian Aesthetic Movement Gold Gilt Wood Faux Bamboo Fire Screen Silk Fabric
Victorian Aesthetic Movement Gold Gilt Wood Faux Bamboo Fire Screen Silk Fabric
Victorian Aesthetic Movement Gold Gilt Wood Faux Bamboo Fire Screen Silk Fabric
Victorian Aesthetic Movement Gold Gilt Wood Faux Bamboo Fire Screen Silk Fabric
Victorian Aesthetic Movement Gold Gilt Wood Faux Bamboo Fire Screen Silk Fabric
Victorian Aesthetic Movement Gold Gilt Wood Faux Bamboo Fire Screen Silk Fabric
Victorian Aesthetic Movement Gold Gilt Wood Faux Bamboo Fire Screen Silk Fabric
Victorian Aesthetic Movement Gold Gilt Wood Faux Bamboo Fire Screen Silk Fabric
Victorian Aesthetic Movement Gold Gilt Wood Faux Bamboo Fire Screen Silk Fabric
Victorian Aesthetic Movement Gold Gilt Wood Faux Bamboo Fire Screen Silk Fabric

Victorian Aesthetic Movement Gold Gilt Wood Faux Bamboo Fire Screen Silk Fabric
PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE LISTING. Antique Victorian Aesthetic Movement Gold Gilded Faux Bamboo Fire Screen with Silk Fabric Panel. Details : Gold gilt wood construction, floral silk fabric with bamboo pattern, carved faux bamboo design, very nice antique item. Age : Believed to be Circa 19th Century. Age of Fabric Undetermined. ” H x 28.5″ W x 15 D. Very good antique condition being structurally sound with age appropriate signs of normal use as pictured. Please review all images as they are considered part of the item description. I have added many images so you can get the best idea of the items beauty and condition. Please keep in mind that we offer vintage and pre-owned items that can show normal signs of use including some surface scratches and dings. All items can be viewed in person at our showroom in Philadelphia, PA 19124. Ayment must be received within 5 calendar days of the listing end date unless prior arrangements are made. Please note that we can hold items up to 2 months with no penalty. We would love for you to visit our showroom by appointment which is located in Philadelphia, PA 19124. Please message us to arrange a visit. The item “Victorian Aesthetic Movement Gold Gilt Wood Faux Bamboo Fire Screen Silk Fabric” is in sale since Friday, July 27, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Furniture\Other Antique Furniture”. The seller is “quality-is-key” and is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Region of Origin: Europe
  • Style: Victorian
  • Depth: 15
  • Sub-Style: English
  • Material: Wood
  • Width: 28.5
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Color: Gold
  • Height: 49

Victorian Aesthetic Movement Gold Gilt Wood Faux Bamboo Fire Screen Silk Fabric

Antique Vintage Victorian Sterling 925 Silver English Aesthetic Bangle Bracelet

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Antique Vintage Victorian Sterling 925 Silver English Aesthetic Bangle Bracelet
Antique Vintage Victorian Sterling 925 Silver English Aesthetic Bangle Bracelet
Antique Vintage Victorian Sterling 925 Silver English Aesthetic Bangle Bracelet
Antique Vintage Victorian Sterling 925 Silver English Aesthetic Bangle Bracelet
Antique Vintage Victorian Sterling 925 Silver English Aesthetic Bangle Bracelet
Antique Vintage Victorian Sterling 925 Silver English Aesthetic Bangle Bracelet

Antique Vintage Victorian Sterling 925 Silver English Aesthetic Bangle Bracelet
We have similar English and Aesthetic Movement items, which would pair nicely with this piece, for sale this week. Listing Description by: Cait P. Age Circa: Victorian C. Country of Origin: United Kingdom. Gram Weight: 47.3 Grams. Main Stone Measurements/Color. Accent Stone Measurements/Color. Wearable length and inner circumference, excluding the wrist gap: 6.6. When closed, the wrist gap measures: 2.3 across. When fully opened, the wrist gap measures an additional: 2.0 across. Bracelet width: 1.65. Bracelet Type: Hinged Bangle Bracelet. Closure/Clasp Type: Push-in clasp. Link Type: Rounded and polished sterling silver. Handmade during the Victorian era in the United Kingdom by H Bros. The bracelet is made out of rounded and polished sterling silver adorned with designs inspired by the Rococo style, Aesthetic Movement, and Etruscan Revival movements. The front of the band features elegantly chased designs of curling vines in the Rococo style, which sits within a geometric border that borrows design elements from the Aesthetic Movement. The front of the bangle also features granulated beads around the outside of the band, meant to evoke the style of ancient Etruscan jewelry. The back of the band is adorned with an elegantly chased inscription which reads “I A Parslow, North Throckley, 6th August 1885, ” suggesting the piece may have been used as a wedding bracelet, as was popular at the time, with the date referring to the day of the marriage. The inside of the band is smooth and polished for comfortable wear. Damage: Age appropriate wear. Tarnish on the sterling silver gives this piece an antique quality which we believe is quite lovely. This listing is for the item only. The Victorian era took place from the year 1836 to the year 1901, which was the span of Queen Victorias reign. Queen Victorias style was undoubtedly influential on the fashions of her country and ultimately led to three distinct jewelry trends emerging from the era. The first of these three styles was the Romantic period. The Romantic period was impacted by the Georgian period, which preceded it. The second period was the Grand period, which was primarily defined by mourning jewelry and the trends surrounding it. The final period was the Aesthetic period. The Aesthetic period was more lighthearted and airy than the previous periods and focused on aesthetic beauty and joy. This era features floral, natural, and feminine motifs, and utilized chased gold designs, enamel, and seed pearls. The Aesthetic period, 1885 1901, features simple jewelry designs and refined artistic taste. Jewelry designers moved to using soft curves and natural shapes and subtle coloring. This period came as a response to Victorians becoming disillusioned with previous jewelry periods that featured more elaborate designs in fashions and furnishings. Archaeological revival jewelry was inspired by the excavations and discoveries of Roman, Byzantine, Egyptian, and Etruscan sites in the 18th and 19th Centuries. These archaeological digs uncovered beautiful works of decorative arts, giving jewelers a glimpse into the past for inspiration for contemporary designs. Some of the revival styles incorporate the use of filigree and granulation decorations. The revival styles emphasized the contrast between antiquity and modernity, with jewelers of the modern world borrowing motifs and techniques from the ancients, to perfect with advanced technologies and incorporate into modern designs. Etruscan Revival jewelry was first popularized during the early 1800s when an Etruscan tomb was discovered just outside of Rome. Upon its discovery, jewelers worked to imitate and understand the metalworking techniques with which the jewelry was made. Not only was Etruscan jewelry a luxurious addition to the Victorian styles of the day. But it introduced new ideas and decorations. These Etruscan tombs contained jewelry adorned with long and flowing geometric lines and motifs, mythological imagery and scenery, and celestial elements. The techniques of repouss√©, filigree, and granulation are all attributed to the Etruscans. The late Baroque or Rococo period prevailed in the 18th century. The period was known for its substantial use of asymmetrical designs, curves, gold, and witty, whimsical themes. Both men and women at court wore sparkling gemstones set in gold during this period, as well as colorless glass pastes and pearls. Colored gems were often highly foiled behind them to enhance the depth of color. Jewelry was often created with naturalistic, floral designs. Rococo jewelry also featured embossed and engraved floral and feather designs on metal. Wedding bracelets have a long history stretching back centuries and were especially popular in 19th century Europe as Victorians looked back to the Middle Ages and Renaissance for influence in their art and jewelry. Historically, a groom would give his bride a beautifully engraved bracelet on their wedding day, but occasionally they would also be gifted in setsone given upon engagement, and the other on the day of the wedding. Alternately these sets would come as two different sized bracelets, a larger one for the groom and the smaller for the bride. During the Victorian and Art Nouveau eras, these bracelets were also referred to as handcuff bracelets and were a symbol of matrimonial commitment, usually used in place of an engagement or wedding ring. Chasing is a metalworking technique that uses a nail-like tool and hammer to hand etch patterns onto a metal surface. This process creates a design that is sunk into the front of the surface using indentations, grooves, and channels. Chasing is thousands of years old and was a very difficult and time-consuming technique that is still used by metalsmiths today. The item “Antique Vintage Victorian Sterling 925 Silver English Aesthetic Bangle Bracelet” is in sale since Sunday, December 8, 2019. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Vintage & Antique Jewelry\Fine\Victorian, Edwardian 1837-1910\Bracelets”. The seller is “abeautifultimeco” and is located in Fort Collins, Colorado. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Clasp Type: Bangle Bracelet
  • Era: Victorian
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Style: Bangle
  • Metal Purity: .925
  • Brand: H. Bros
  • Metal: Sterling Silver

Antique Vintage Victorian Sterling 925 Silver English Aesthetic Bangle Bracelet

14 Antique English Mintons Aesthetic Victorian Architectural 6 Tiles

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14 Antique English Mintons Aesthetic Victorian Architectural 6 Tiles
14 Antique English Mintons Aesthetic Victorian Architectural 6 Tiles
14 Antique English Mintons Aesthetic Victorian Architectural 6 Tiles
14 Antique English Mintons Aesthetic Victorian Architectural 6 Tiles

14 Antique English Mintons Aesthetic Victorian Architectural 6 Tiles
You hardly ever have a find like this 14 antique Mintons China Works Stoke on Trent art tiles. These are in great condition with a couple having some motor left on them and only one having a small chip on the raised design. Other than needing a good cleaning that is it. The item “14 Antique English Mintons Aesthetic Victorian Architectural 6 Tiles” is in sale since Thursday, February 8, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Decorative Arts\Ceramics & Porcelain\Tiles”. The seller is “atomicfoxmodern” and is located in Springfield, Ohio. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Maker: Mintons
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Pattern: Floral
  • Age: 1850-1899
  • Country/Region of Origin: United Kingdom
  • Style: Aesthetic Movement
  • Color: Green
  • Primary Material: Ceramic & Porcelain

14 Antique English Mintons Aesthetic Victorian Architectural 6 Tiles

Victorian Antique English Sterling Silver Aesthetic Bracelet Bangle 1883

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Victorian Antique English Sterling Silver Aesthetic Bracelet Bangle 1883
Victorian Antique English Sterling Silver Aesthetic Bracelet Bangle 1883
Victorian Antique English Sterling Silver Aesthetic Bracelet Bangle 1883
Victorian Antique English Sterling Silver Aesthetic Bracelet Bangle 1883
Victorian Antique English Sterling Silver Aesthetic Bracelet Bangle 1883
Victorian Antique English Sterling Silver Aesthetic Bracelet Bangle 1883
Victorian Antique English Sterling Silver Aesthetic Bracelet Bangle 1883
Victorian Antique English Sterling Silver Aesthetic Bracelet Bangle 1883
Victorian Antique English Sterling Silver Aesthetic Bracelet Bangle 1883

Victorian Antique English Sterling Silver Aesthetic Bracelet Bangle 1883
Victorian Antique Hallmarked Sterling Silver Aesthetic Bracelet. A beautiful example of a rare small aesthetic period silver bracelet by a renown master silversmith. Bracelets from this period are very often not hallmarked. Hallmarked: James Fenton, Birmingham, 1883. Size: Small 6cm x 4.5cm (oval shape) Height 1.3cm. Condition: Overall Good Condition Without Damage or Repair, some light surface marks on the interior side, see clear pictures for more detail. The item “Victorian Antique English Sterling Silver Aesthetic Bracelet Bangle 1883″ is in sale since Tuesday, January 31, 2017. This item is in the category “Jewellery & Watches\Vintage & Antique Jewellery\Vintage Fine Jewellery\Art Nouveau (1895-1910)”. The seller is “marvel.antiques” and is located in Leicester. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Type: Bangle
  • Metal: Silver

Victorian Antique English Sterling Silver Aesthetic Bracelet Bangle 1883