15 May 2015 10:42
There is a new collection of jewellery available at Art Deco Web Store. These Museum style pieces of jewellery are based on original pieces and art objects. This jewellery collection is now available with a 10% discount.
The new collection of Museum jewellery was designed in collaboration with various museums all over the world. Remarkable pieces of jewellery, based on original jewellery or art objects with their own story. The Museum jewellery are gilded and this makes them exude warmth. They go beautifully with the spring season! To properly introduce the new jewellery collection, its pieces are now offered with a 10% discount. These offers last until the 15th of June 2015.
Various designs come in sets, like the Lotus series. There are earrings, a bracelet and a necklace available in this series that is based on Egyptian art. The Lotus jewellery has enamel, Turquoise, Lapis Lazuli and Carnelian gemstone inlay.
Do you prefer the Jugendstil style? Then the Wiener Secession series will definitely appeal to your imagination. These magnificent pieces of jewellery are based on a belt buckle, which was designed by the Austrian artist Josef Maria Auchentaller (1864-1949). This series has a bracelet, earrings and a necklace. The more geometrical Art Nouveau bracelet can be recognized in the stylish bangle bracelet with a design by Josef Hoffmann (1870-1956), who was a member of the Wiener Werkstätte. The earrings Lucy’s Teardrops also match the geometrical Art Nouveau style.
A wider bangle bracelet is the bracelet Butterfly Wing. This bracelet has a fairy-like look with a butterfly in beautiful, deep colours. A beautiful summer bracelet! Nature was a big source of inspiration for this jewellery collection. While the Maple Seed necklace and earrings have an elegant and timeless design, the necklace Swan stands out more. Its wings have enamel inlay and point upwards in a dramatic way. There is also a set of matching earrings.
Monet’s Water Lilies
The pieces of jewellery from the Monet series are truly classic. They are based on the stunning water lilies by Monet. The lilies of the necklace, earrings and ring have a beautiful light green colour and are covered in enamel. There is a freshwater pearl in the middle of each water lily. The 'Water lilies' by Monet are impressive and intimate at the same time. They are often seen as the best of Claude Monet's (1840-1926) artistic career. Monet wanted to explore all varieties of light in his garden in Giverny and transfer them to canvas. These colours can be seen in his paintings of the water lilies. Ever since 1927, Monet's water lilies have been exhibited at the Museum de l'Orangerie in Paris.