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WILLS Style Appreciation ~ Explore Art Deco style jewelry and architecture together

WILLS Style Appreciation ~ Explore Art Deco style jewelry and architecture together


There may be many friends who are unfamiliar with the term "Art Deco". Why not wait for the editor to explore with everyone what is Art Deco style? And how can jewelry and architectural style be related?

Now let’s also trace the origins of “Art Deco”. "Art Deco" emerged with the trend of modernism, including contemporary art such as Cubism, Futurism, Expressionism, Structuralism, and Futurism. "Art Deco" first originated from architectural design, and later its influence spread across interior design, industrial design, various visual arts, paintings, art, movies, fashion fields, jewelry, etc.

And "Art Deco" is a visual art, architecture and design style that originated in France in the 20th century. The name "Art Deco" comes from the "Art Decoratifs" of the 1925 Paris International Art Decoration and Modern Industrial Exhibition (The Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels Modernes). Art Deco originated in France and flourished in the United States. Art Deco represents luxury, charm, unrestrainedness and belief in social and technological progress.

Photo of General Electric Building (New York City)
Photo of Asheville City Building (North Carolina)

As can be seen from the picture, the "Art Deco" style is full of classical style in terms of architecture and design, and often uses geometric patterns, simple lines, bright colors, and luxurious materials to embody a modern aristocratic temperament and is deeply loved by the public. The high-end class at that time welcomed it.

The four rings introduced this time are all unique. First of all, what they have in common is that they are jewelry works in the Art Deco style, because you can clearly see that in addition to the dazzling main stone, the design also places great emphasis on geometric elements. The stone is surrounded by a row of sparkling diamonds, giving the entire ring a full line look.

Natural emerald-cut tourmaline and oval tourmaline are also bezel-set according to the shape of the main stone, and then surrounded by a spade edge stone to enrich the ring's lines.

The deep green tourmaline is cut by emerald, and the surrounding stones are also in the shape of "small octagonal". The ring is set with 18K rose gold, which enhances the green color of the tourmaline and contrasts it, adding a bit of nobility to the ring.

The oval tourmaline has a fresh turquoise tone like a green apple. Wearing it will make you feel the freshness of the European pastoral.

The other one is a bright and charming purple-blue tanzanite ring, with a flower-shaped shovel-edge shiny surrounding stone design, which sets off the fascinating purple-blue main stone, making the whole ring exude an elegant and refined feeling, which is very suitable for Suitable for daily use and banquets.

This diamond ring uses a round yellow diamond as the main stone, with a first layer of 18K gold spade surrounding stones. The gold surrounding stones correspond to the prong settings, and four special patterns are added to give the ring a splendid palace feel.

The 18K white gold part of the ring, the sides of the surrounding stone and the ring arm are also inlaid with diamonds, making the ring design more clear-cut.

The main stone of this ring is an oval sapphire with a cool ocean-like blue tone, which has a calm and comfortable feeling. The periphery is also studded with round sparkling diamonds, and an extra layer of beads is added to the ring design to achieve a more sparkling effect without being exposed to light.

Finally, if you want to try the "Art Deco" jewelry design style, you may wish to visit Wills Jewelery in person to choose jewelry that suits your temperament!

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