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Aldrich Arts Jewelry

Benny & Valerie Aldrich Inlaid Multi-Gemstone and Sterling Silver Bolo Tie
Located in Los Angeles, CA
sterling tips set with turquoise, sugilite, and fire opal. Inscribed on clasp "Aldrich Arts." This piece

Late 20th Century American Rope Necklaces


Multi-gemstone, Turquoise, Fire Opal, Other, Sterling Silver

Busted in a Jewelry Store Parent Trap
Located in New Orleans, LA
; Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME; RISD Museum, Providence, RI; National Academy of Arts and Letters

21st Century and Contemporary Figurative Paintings


Canvas, Oil

By Jack Brusca
Located in San Francisco, CA
New York in 1939, Brusca studied at the University of New Hampshire and The School of Visual Arts, New

Late 20th Century American Modern Figurative Prints



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H 38.5 in W 37.5 in D 1.25 in
Large Ink Drawing Abstract Expressionist Rooster Woman Artist
By Judith Brown
Located in Surfside, FL
Academy of Fine Arts, Hartford, Connecticut; Best in Show Award: Saenger National Jewelry and Small

1950s Abstract Expressionist Animal Drawings and Watercolors


India Ink, Handmade Paper

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Kitsch Folk Art Jewel Encrusted Guitar Sculpture Manner of Barton Lidice Benes
By Barton Lidice Benes
Located in Surfside, FL
, Outsider art. It is encrusted with all sorts of costume jewelry, animals, past glass figurines etc

20th Century Outsider Art Figurative Sculptures



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Questions About Aldrich Arts Jewelry
  • 1stDibs ExpertNovember 2, 2021
    Art Nouveau jewelry generally featured three main themes: flora, fauna and women. The Art Nouveau movement lasted 15 years and it reached its pinnacle in the year 1900. Art Nouveau jewelers used every “canvas” imaginable, looking beyond brooches and necklaces to belt buckles, fans, tiaras, dog collars (a type of choker necklace), pocket watches, corsages and hair combs. Multicolored gems and enamel could complete this vision better than diamonds. Enameling is most often associated with Art Nouveau jewelry, specifically plique-à-jour. Known as backless enamel, plique-à-jour allows light to come through the rear of the enamel because there is no metal backing. It creates an effect of translucence and lightness. Shop a collection of antique and vintage Art Nouveau jewelry from some of the world’s top jewelers on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 22, 2021
    Art Deco jewelry was popular during the design movement of the 1920s and 30s. Art Deco jewelry is typically characterized by geometric patterns and gemstones of contrasting colors.
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 13, 2023
    There are many differences between Edwardian and Art Deco jewelry. Antique Edwardian jewelry is named for King Edward VII of Great Britain, who ruled from 1901 until 1910, while the Art Deco period emerged later. Jewelry created in the Art Deco style was made during the 1920s and ’30s. During the Edwardian era, pearls were more valuable than diamonds, and jewelry was all about the exquisite diamond, platinum and pearl creations made by such famous names as Cartier and Boucheron. Cartier also created some of the most iconic jewelry designs that defined Art Deco, an era that saw designers drawing on Egyptian adornment and African art, and accessories featuring jade, lapis lazuli, coral, turquoise and other bright gemstones became all the rage. Shop antique Art Deco and Edwardian jewelry on 1stDibs.