"Just to say thank you. You recently sent a pair of grand piano cufflinks to me in the UK, via a friend in California. They arrived today and I am just writing to you to say how beautiful they are and to thank you for your help. I know my son will be delighted to received these on his birthday next month. Once again many thanks." - Valerie S.
Prized for their ornate detail and light weight wearability, filigree brooches first gained popularity during the Edwardian and Art Deco periods from 1910 through the 1930's. Art Deco period design in movies and television shows has increased the awareness of antique filigree brooches and filigree pins, making them popular as wearable heirlooms in women's fashion to the present day.