"I was pretty skeptical at first at the thought of buying fine jewelry on-line, especially something as important as an engagement ring,
but my fiancee and I were blown away at the beauty of the product. The price was very good, and the fact that we
didn't have to pay tax on the purchase (in VA) made it that much more attractive to buy over the net." - Shawn B.
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.