This is the 2020s, and the 1920s are back in fashion. A century after this rapid development decade, people have renewed interest in everything from the Jazz Age (Gatsby and Art Deco). We are particularly interested in art deco wedding rings and jewelry. However, there may be a confusing overlap between the Edwardian era and Art Deco aesthetics.
So, what exactly are art deco wedding rings?
After the end of the First World War, around 1920, decorative art became popular. This style has dominated the aesthetic trend until the beginning of the Second World War. Bright colors, simple geometric design and gorgeous pattern details are all associated with the movement. The ultimate goal of decorative art is to show modernity. The focus on fashion modernity has led designers to juxtapose the unique elements of minimalism and minimalism.
This movement changed the design process and became ubiquitous in the 1920s and 1930s. Decorative arts have affected everything from architecture to household appliances, and of course jewelry.
The Art Deco movement evolved from the Edwardian era movement, which tends to be large, highly detailed organic diamond shapes, such as oval and round diamonds, and soft and complex designs. art deco wedding rings have striking contrasts, with bold geometric shapes, sharp angles and modern patterns.
Art deco wedding rings have the following characteristics, colorful gems, bright halo, fancy cut diamonds, and unique geometric patterns.