Floral motifs are a common thread in the jewelry timeline and have evolved stylistically throughout.
Georgian and Victorian pieces were ornate and romantic with ribboned flowers being the primary characteristic.
Art Nouveau was a celebration of nature with metal fabrication burgeoning as florals and foliate.
Edwardian flower power was appropriated as crisp and subtle lace-like design, often in platinum.
Art Deco was geometric and stylized with a prominence of the orange blossom motif.
Retro renditions were dynamic and really captured the dimensional intrigue of a blooming flower.
Vintage clusters emulate the radiating excitement of a flower’s petals as they encircle a central point.
Floral design has become as varied and colorful as its true life counterpart. This motif has continuously grown and brings constant inspiration to each generation.