Renaissance jewelry – The elaborate styles of jewelry of the period of Renaissance Europe had great influence both in the culture of the time, as in the tradition of jewelers; is for this reason that many design concepts originating from this period remain popular to this day. When it comes to making jewelry for Renaissance-era costumes, theatrical productions or everyday use, it is easy to re-create the appropriate styles using materials still widely available. Portraits of the nobility of the time show large amounts of jewelry, and then you can have an idea of what would be historically accurate.
Collect jewelry beads, gems and appropriate accessories for the Renaissance jewelry style. Look for pearls (especially in the shape of tears) and gems cut into cabochons (faceted or round) and assemblies with many details in filigree. Browse jewelry pad format, cameos and decorative metal sets. Favors gold instead of silver.
Draw the metal necklaces. Create necklaces making chains of composite accounts in most pearls, but with some colorful accounts of real gems or imitation. Pass the accounts on a single wire, or use rosary hoops, passing small lengths of wire for each account Renaissance jewelry, with circles at each end, and holding these circles.