Mid-Century Modern Jewellery
The end of World War II and the decades to follow saw economic and social stability and an increase in the demand for more luxurious jewellery. A decade of elegance and femininity with Christian Dior, Cartier and Tiffanys playing a role that empowered the Mid-Century Modern Jewellery era to embrace its traditional roots with an emphasis on gemstone quality, and later with the popularity of modernist art jewellery.
Notable aspects of Mid-Century Modern Jewellery feature glistening diamonds or bold, modern effects with gemstones. Playful portrayals of animals, flowers, and nature were ever-present. Jewellery possessed voluptuous curves amidst Pearls, which were famous in that era.