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Check out our new website!

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We’re really excited to have launched our new website!

We wanted a place that could help our clients both new and existing, to get to know us better. Take a look around our new website site and you’ll get a pretty good idea of who we are and what we do.

Have a look into our brand new online shop, with some gorgeous pieces listed, and a lot more to come.

Comments and feed backs are most welcome, as your satisfaction is very important to us.

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Little Pearls for Little Girls

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Genuine child-sized cultured pearl Jewellery, check our new little pearls for little girls range

Little Pearls for Little Girls

Baby pearls for any ocasion

We are thrilled to introduce those stylish little “keepsakes”! They are just what stylish little girls need for special occasions, or just because you love her. It is a delightful gift for a little girl to enjoy during childhood and cherish always, to perhaps become a mother to daughter heirloom. That’s why we at Jems of Remuera are absolutely in love with those precious “little girls pearls”! We think every girl should have meaningful items that are lovely and beautiful, something what reminds them of their childhood and mementos they hand down from generation to generation. Heirloom pearl jewellery, given to little ones as babies or young girls, is a lovely remembrance of their youth and their loved ones. How fun to receive pearl jewellery as a young girl that grows with you through graduation and can even be attached to your wedding bouquet! That precious item can then be handed down to your daughter and granddaughter as well. Our Little Pearls Range is made of high quality Fresh Water Natural Pearls and is available in white or soft pink. Each piece has been individually hand knotted, is finished with a sterling silver filigree clasp and presented in stylish signature gift packaging. Little Pearls for Little Girls, the beautiful way to celebrate births, christenings, birthdays, flower girls and a Family Tradition.[/vc_column_text][vc_images_carousel images=”7282,7283,7284,7285,7286,7287,7288,7289,7290,7291,7292,7293,7294,7295,7296,7297,7298,7299,7300,7301,7302,7303,7304,7305,7306,7307,7308″ onclick=”link_image” custom_links_target=”_self” speed=”3000″ slides_per_view=”4″ autoplay=”yes” title=”Little Pearls for Little Girls” img_size=”thumbnail”][/vc_column][/vc_row]

Sapphire & Diamond Art Deco Style Ring

Art Deco

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What is Art Deco jewellery?

[/vc_column_text][advanced_separator position=”alignleft” size=”sep-large” color=”sep-dark”][vc_column_text css_animation=”top-to-bottom”]Popularized in the mid 1920s, the Art Deco style influenced the visual designs of everything from architecture to clothing. In jewelry, this artistic style waxed and waned throughout history but continues to inspire designers. Some consumers seek out authentic vintage and antique pieces from 1920 to 1935 for collections, and others purchase contemporary fashion jewellery featuring Art Deco styles simply because they like the patterns and looks. Several different cultures, along with societal changes during the Art Deco era, influenced the characteristic designs and materials found in this type of jewellery.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text el_class=”no-margin”]

History of Art Deco

[/vc_column_text][advanced_separator position=”alignleft” size=”sep-large” color=”sep-dark”][vc_column_text css_animation=”top-to-bottom”]The first Art Deco styles emerged in the early 1900s during the age of industrialization. Art imitated machinery by implementing geometric shapes, parallel lines, and symmetrical patterns. Art Deco broke away from its predecessor, Art Nouveau, which featured organic themes inspired by nature.

The World’s Fair held in Paris, France in 1925 showcased the stylistic designs of the Modern Industrial era and made Art Deco a popular fashion for jewelry. The term for this style is actually a shortening of the French phrase for “decorative arts” as it appeared in the name of the event.

In the early 20th century, Art Deco represented technological progress, fashion, and luxury. In modern times, this style is representative of the past and continues to inspire contemporary jewelry designers.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text el_class=”no-margin”]

Art Deco Jewellery

[/vc_column_text][advanced_separator position=”alignleft” size=”sep-large” color=”sep-dark”][vc_column_text css_animation=”top-to-bottom”]Sapphire & Diamond Art Deco Style RingFine jewellery of the era featured diamonds of varying sizes and colorful gemstones. Ruby, sapphire, and emerald were popular gemstones due to their vibrant and contrasting colors. Geometric cuts, such as emerald, Asscher, and trilliant, were commonly used to match the angular designs of Art Deco.

Diamond baguettes filled entire pieces of jewellery for sparkling effects. Designers also used colorful stones, such as jade, pearl, onyx, coral, and carnelian. White metals became more popular for their futuristic appeal, so platinum and white gold jewelry is prevalent in Art Deco styles.

Art Deco jewellery is representative of the tremendous changes that occurred during the age of industrialization. Society turned toward machines to assist in everyday operations, historical discoveries were made in different civilizations, and women claimed their independence by gaining suffrage. The geometrical shapes and symmetrical styles that defined Art Deco continue to influence contemporary designers in jewellery, interior designs, and all forms of art.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_button button_type=”flat” title=”Check Our Art Deco Products” target=”_self” color=”btn-warning” size=”wpb_regularsize” fa_icon=”Defaults-th” icon_position=”left” text_size=”14″ href=””][/vc_column][/vc_row]

Art Deco Look Is Back

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Beautiful Vintage Pieces now at Jems!

Tiffanys Gatsby gems from Blue Book Collection
Tiffanys Gatsby gems from Blue Book Collection

This beautiful vintage range is inspired by the Art Deco era, popularized in the mid 1920s. Characteristics of the Art Deco style are geometric shapes, as circles, squares, triangles, rectangles and other polygons. Patterns feature sharp angles rather than smooth curves, and symmetry was an important factor in many designs, where woman adorned themselves with bold, colorful pieces of Jewellery. Read more about Art Deco. This Art Deco Range has got real natural Gemstones (as Garnets, Blue Topaz etc) and Marcasites, which are quite significant for that era. The pieces are all set in Sterling Silver (925). Marcasite jewelry is jewelry made from pyrite, not, as the name suggests, from marcasite. Pyrite is similar to marcasite, but more stable and less brittle. Marcasite jewellery has been made since the time of the Ancient Greeks. It was particularly popular in the eighteenth century, the Victorian era and with Art Nouveau jewellery designers. It is frequently made by setting small pieces of pyrite into silver.[/vc_column_text][vc_images_carousel images=”7236,7237,7238,7239,7240,7241,7242,7243,7244,7245,7246,7247,7248,7249,7250,7251,7252″ onclick=”link_image” custom_links_target=”_self” speed=”3000″ slides_per_view=”4″ autoplay=”yes” hide_pagination_control=”yes” title=”Art Deco Sterling Silver Jewellery” img_size=”thumbnail”][product_categories_slider items=”4″ limit=”12″ orderby=”date” order=”asc” slide_speed=”800″ auto_play=”6000″ scroll_per_page=”true” navigation=”true” pagination=”false” category_id=”196″ parent_only=”0″][/vc_column][/vc_row]