1930s Jewellery

Discover the extravagance and glamour of the late Art Deco era with our beautiful collection of 1930s jewellery. Crafted from the finest materials of the time – platinum, gold, diamonds – each piece captures the essence of the era and exudes sophistication. Whether you’re searching for a statement necklace, sparkling earrings or 1930 vintage brooches, this is an era in jewellery design with something for everybody. Step back in time and explore our collection of incredible 1930s jewellery.

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The 1930s marked the height of the Art Deco movement, and jewellery designs encompassed bold geometric shapes, sleek lines and intricate details. 1930s jewellery is still amongst the most coveted today as it was created using quality craftsmanship and designed to make a statement, featuring the finest materials.

What materials were commonly used in 1930s jewellery?

The 1930s were a period of great innovation in jewellery design. Platinum, which can be crafted into much finer designs, was increasingly used. This was also an era when jewellers took full advantage of the bright colours of precious gemstones, using rubies, emeralds and sapphires alongside diamonds and pearls.

What influenced the design of 1930s jewellery?

The design of 1930s jewellery was influenced by the Jazz Age and the Art Deco movement, which emphasised modernity, luxury and glamour. This is why many of the 1930s jewellery pieces you see here are larger and noticeably more extravagant than those from the Victorian and Edwardian periods.

What were some popular types of 1930s jewellery?

Popular jewellery items of the 1930s include cocktail rings, statement necklaces, cuff bracelets and glamourous 1930 vintage brooches, all of which feel just as glamorous now as they did almost 100 years ago.

Can I still wear 1930s jewellery today?

1930s jewellery never goes out of fashion. . These are pieces which are timeless, versatile and of incredibly high quality, making them a great addition to any jewellery collection.

How should I take care of 1930s jewellery?

Store your 1930s jewellery in a cloth-lined jewellery box or bag, ensuring that necklaces are kept in their own compartment to prevent tangling. To clean your 1930s jewellery, use washing up liquid, warm water and a soft bristle toothbrush.