Edwardian Jewellery

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Edwardian Moonstone Necklace - Rainbow Moonstone Fringe Necklace c.1901

The most enchanting antique Edwardian Moonstone necklace to grace our doors! These rainbow Moonstones are clearly the star of the show in this piece! Their minimal settings delicately compliment their shape and don't distract from the rare and magnificent natural gemstones.  Each Moonstone cabochon has its own unique internal glow and has been cut and polished by hand... You really could get lost...

Edwardian Silver Amethyst Necklace - Antique Amethyst Necklace c.1900

If you love unusual and quirky antique jewellery then this Amethyst necklace is definitely for you! The beautifully faceted hexagonal Amethyst catches the light in lively geometric shards, drawing the eye and enticing the imagination. If you look closely you can see the natural inclusions cascading horizontally through the Amethyst, one of the many qualities we love about genuine antique...

Silver Oval Locket with Prince of Wales Chain c.1900s

This Silver oval locket with a "Prince of Wales" chain certainly entices you in wanting you to open it up and see what secrets lie within! Structurally it is safe and robust and has stood the test of time, holding on to it's silver beauty magnificently. The locket has two sides and can be worn either way, both sides adorned...

Antique Topaz Drop Pendant

This antique Topaz necklace is as elegant as it is stylish! She's simple and understated and exudes antique charm. Two icy blue Topaz gemstones showcase an array of facets all capturing the light in a maze of geometric shards and perfectly complimented by 9ct Rose Gold, this genuine piece of antique jewellery is the perfect evening wear accessory for any special occasion. Just...

Antique 9ct Gold Turquoise & Pearl Bow Necklace c.1901

This cute 9ct Gold Turquoise and Pearl bow necklace is one of the sweetest items in our jewellery collection at the moment! How can we not fall in love with such a dainty and feminine jewel?! Understated, elegant and strangely contemporary-looking for an antique, this pretty Edwardian Pearl necklace is super versatile and really easy to wear. The pairing of Yellow Gold...

Heavy 9ct Gold Albert Chain & T-Bar - Antique English 9ct Gold Albert Chain Necklace

"Albert chains" are named after a style of watch chain Prince Albert wore during the Victorian period. Traditionally an Albert chain has a "T-bar"on one end used to affix the chain to a vest button-hole and the opposite end of the chain is fitted with a swivel hook to attach watch or a fob. Today Albert chains are often converted into gorgeous bracelets or worn as necklaces,...

Antique Amethyst Paste Necklace

This gorgeous Edwardian Paste necklace is pretty vampy as Edwardian jewellery goes, and we just love the confidence and stride encapsulated in those vivid purple stones! A genuine antique, this Amethyst Paste necklace would have been crafted at the beginning of the 20th Century, and we can see from the elaborate design the skill and craftsmanship involved in making it. ...

Edwardian Paste Pendant & Chain c.1900

What a charming Edwardian Paste pendant! This stunning antique Silver Paste pendant was made during the Edwardian era at the turn of the twentieth century and has an elegant four-leaf clover design, just perfect to add a touch of luck wherever you go! It has a light and airy feel with a honeycomb background and a halo of dainty Paste sparkles...

Arts & Crafts Era Antique Carnelian Drop Necklace c.1900

We often say that there's beauty in simplicity, and that couldn't be more true of this superb Arts and Crafts era Carnelian drop negligee necklace. It's amazing to think what this necklace would have seen during its life! Circa 1900 it's a genuine antique and this assymetrical double drop style was incredibly popular throughout the Arts and crafts period and...

The Origins of Elegant Edwardian Jewellery

Edwardian jewellery, as its name suggests, hailed from the reign of Edward VII which lasted from 1901 to 1910 and coincided with the Belle Epoque movement in France. It directly superseded the Victorian era, and you often see overlap in styles between these periods.

What’s particularly evident in Edwardian jewellery is the inspiration it has taken from 18th-century traditions. Its design sensibility is noteworthy for its lavish use of precious stones, particularly diamonds. The result? Attention-grabbing pieces that are polished and refined in all their glory!

Refined Vintage Edwardian Jewellery Pieces to Suit Your Style

We have a wide range of Edwardian jewellery pieces here at Lillicoco, from fine diamond boat rings to beautiful hand-engraved lockets, there’s a piece for every occasion.

If you’re looking for jewellery that’s both glamorous and practical for modern-day wear then Edwardian jewellery is right for you. They’re known for the classics: chunky old cut diamond rings, feminine necklaces and fine quality gemstones including Sapphires, Rubies and Emeralds. They also excelled in their use of Paste, making lavish designs more affordable.

Inspired by Rococo, antique Edwardian Jewellery pieces are often adorned with garlands, flowers and bows. Often thought of as the most ladylike of the antique jewellery eras, the pieces were light, intricate and eminently elegant.