The Edwardian period (1901-1915) lifted is name from the reign of King Edward and Queen Alexandra of Great Britain. Edwardian jewelry was light and delicate, with a heavy emphasis on showcasing brilliant diamonds. (Although colorful gemstones like emeralds, rubies and sapphires were also used, diamonds were the real focal point.) The most prominent motifs were bows, festooning ribbons, flowers and even sporting events. To craft these delicate designs, Edwardian jewelers relied on platinum to securely set the precious stones.
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