The lavalier was a very popular necklace style during this time.

Look for heavily jeweled tiaras and headpieces.

Cameos enjoyed a wave of popularity during this decade. Most carved away from shells and set on gold or silver.

The garland necklace was popular with the upswept hairstyles of the early 1900s.

White on white (e.g. diamonds on platinum) and invisible settings for jewelry.

Filigree rings, including engagement rings, of white gold set with a single diamond were popular.

A white gold alloy was introduced and used as an alternative to more precious metals, especially since the use of platinum became restricted during the war.

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