1920s Art Deco Jewelry
Art deco jewelry was a result of the Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes (translates to International Exposition of Modern Industrial and Decorative Arts) displayed at the World’s Fair in 1925 held in Paris, France. Like wildfire, the jewelry trend caught on and ultimately came to be known as vintage art deco jewelry, commonly associated with the incredibly popular book The Great Gatsby. Great Gatsby jewelry, as many have come to call it, displays geometric designs, small intricate cutouts, and jewel tones. Today, art deco jewelry designers work towards reproducing pieces that accurately reflect the long-lasting style.
Sweet Romance creates affordable and highly sought-after 1920 art deco jewelry, which has been loved by every day shoppers as well as the film industry. The 1920s jewelry, along with pieces from other collections from Sweet Romance, is used in the Edith Head Wardrobe Department at Paramount Pictures.