The short-lived period of Arts and Crafts jewelry (1890-1910) is marked by its rejection of machinery and return to hand-crafted wares. Because these jewels were made by entirely hand, they were largely simple designs that placed the intricate metalwork as the focal point. Enameling was a commonly used technique and semi-precious gemstones and non-precious metals were the go-to materials for Arts and Crafts jewelry.
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