1920s Jewellery

The 1920s were a time of transformation and liberation, and nowhere was this more evident than in the world of fashion and jewellery. Art Deco designs and geometric shapes replaced the ornate styles of the Edwardian era, reflecting a new era of modernism and individuality.

1920s jewellery was characterised by bold colours, intricate beading, and luxurious materials such as diamonds, pearls, and platinum. Today, 1920s jewellery is highly sought after for its timeless beauty and historical significance. Whether you’re a vintage enthusiast or simply appreciate the elegance of a bygone era, 1920s jewellery is a must-have addition to any jewellery collection – browse our selection of 1920s jewellery below.

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1920s jewellery is a symbol of the transformative era that brought about bold designs, geometric shapes, and luxurious materials. Its timeless beauty and historical significance make it a highly sought-after addition to any jewellery collection, appreciated for its elegance and unique character. With bold cocktail rings, eye-catching earrings and stunning antique necklaces 1920s jewellery is a must-have for any vintage jewellery collection.


What types of materials were commonly used in 1920s jewellery?

1920s jewellery was often crafted in platinum. Sapphires, diamonds and pearls were amongst the most popular gemstones of this era.

What were some popular styles of 1920s jewellery?

1920s jewellery featured geometric shapes and strong lines. Long pearl necklaces, cocktail rings and drop earrings were also in fashion.

Is authentic 1920s jewellery difficult to find?

Authentic 1920s jewellery can be challenging to find, as it is highly sought after by collectors and vintage enthusiasts. We’re pleased to offer a collection of high quality 1920s jewellery. From bold cocktail jewellery to Art Deco antique necklaces, 1920s jewellery is one of our areas of expertise.

How should 1920s jewellery be cared for?

1920s jewellery should be handled and stored with care. Avoid exposing it to harsh chemicals and extreme temperatures, and consider having it professionally cleaned and maintained to ensure its longevity.