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Pendente em Filigrana tradicional Portuguesa / portuguese Silver Filigree. Mais informações em www.art-argentum.com Encomendas: info@art-argentum.com

Pendente em Filigrana tradicional Portuguesa / portuguese Silver Filigree. Mais informações em www.art-argentum.com Encomendas: info@art-argentum.com

Photoshooting at Ribeira, Porto. Portuguese Jewellery shaped with love 2014 editorial of AOPR for Vogue Gioliello January 2014 www.acapucha.com

Photoshooting at Ribeira, Porto. Portuguese Jewellery shaped with love 2014 editorial of AOPR for Vogue Gioliello January 2014 www.acapucha.com

Photoshooting at Ribeira, Porto. Portuguese Jewellery shaped with love 2014 editorial of AOPR for Vogue Gioliello January 2014  Orlando Gonçalves©

Photoshooting at Ribeira, Porto. Portuguese Jewellery shaped with love 2014 editorial of AOPR for Vogue Gioliello January 2014 Orlando Gonçalves©

Photoshooting at Ribeira, Porto. Portuguese Jewellery shaped with love 2014 editorial of AOPR for Vogue Gioliello January 2014  Orlando Gonçalves©

Photoshooting at Ribeira, Porto. Portuguese Jewellery shaped with love 2014 editorial of AOPR for Vogue Gioliello January 2014 Orlando Gonçalves©

Photoshooting at Ribeira, Porto. Portuguese Jewellery shaped with love 2014 editorial of AOPR for Vogue Gioliello January 2014 www.acapucha.com

Editorial for Vogue Italy Jewellery

Filigree Fine Gold Pendant from Oporto, Portugal.  ca. 1860.  | From Victoria & Albert Museum Collection, London

Pendant

Place of origin: Oporto, Portugal (probably, made) Date: ca. 1860 (made) Artist/Maker: unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Gold filigree pendant

Pendente em Filigrana Tradicional Portuguesa / portuguese Silver Filigree.  Mais informações em www.art-argentum.com.  Encomendas: info@art-argentum.com

Pendente em Filigrana Tradicional Portuguesa / portuguese Silver Filigree. Mais informações em www.art-argentum.com. Encomendas: info@art-argentum.com

Traditional portuguese filigree earrings, from Viana do Castelo, called "arrecadas". This is one of the few cases in which jewelery of the privileged classes imitated popular pieces of jewelery. Currently it is circular in shape, with a moon shaped part, filigreed "SS", closing with an inverted triangle. They are made with open filigree, sometimes they have a Viana bead in fitting, or have beads all the way around (usually five).

Traditional portuguese filigree earrings, from Viana do Castelo, called "arrecadas" ♥

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