31 May 2013 11:31
Decorating necklaces, bracelets, earrings, rings and brooches with enamel always results in the most beautiful pieces of art. Many Art Nouveau and Art Deco jewellery have enamel inlay in the most magnificent colours. It is no wonder that these impressive pieces of enamelled jewellery are available at Art Deco Web Store.
The art of enamelling
Enamelling is an art all by itself and it is usually done by hand in a traditional manner by professional enamel artists. Enamelling has been around for thousands of years and magnificent, colourful jewellery is still made via the art of enamelling. So what exactly is enamelling? Enamelling is the melting of powders, consisting of glass and pigments, on different materials, such as silver or gold. This is how, for example, Sterling silver jewellery get their enamel inlay. Due to the transparent, shiny effect, the jewellery literally seems to shine and due to the endless colour possibilities, every piece of enamelled jewellery becomes a wearable work of art.
Glass artist René Lalique (1860-1945) has become world famous for his enamelled Art Nouveau jewellery. Staggering amounts of money are offered for jewellery made by him. Based on Lalique and other jewellery artists, Art Deco Web Store has created a very large collection of jewellery with enamel. Butterflies, elves, dragonflies, peacocks, flowers and other elements of nature often have stunning enamel inlay.
Where can you find enamelled jewellery at Art Deco Web Store?
Those who have fallen in love with enamel feel like children in a sweet shop when visiting Art Deco Web Store. Have a look around in the category Jewellery and be amazed by the varied collection of jewellery with colourful enamel. The description tells whether the piece of jewellery is decorated with enamel and/or gemstones. For a more specific search for enamelled jewellery, use the filters on the left-side of the categories bracelets, brooches, earrings, necklaces or rings and select ‘enamel’. You will see that there is a large range of sparkling jewellery with enamel in different styles: striking, subtle, mysterious or floral.