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The latest installment in National Jeweler’s antique and estate jewelry series examines Art Nouveau jewelry, which was created in France between 1895 and 1910.
Susan Abeles of Bonhams gives insight into this era of jewelry design, created as a display of wealth during the early 20th century.
A showcase of pieces made in the early 20th century now is on display at the museum, which is located in the Windy City. 
Although the gemstone reached its peak of popularity in the second half of the 19th century, it’s experiencing a resurgence as designers pair the fossilized wood with other high-end materials.
This month’s antique jewelry feature examines the role, and resurgence, in society of signet rings, which were used to seal deals (literally) and communicate rank.
This month, National Jeweler takes a look at the background of acrostic jewelry, which contained a message spelled out by the first letter of every gemstone in the piece. 
U.S. Antique Shows, organizers of the trade-only antique jewelry show held in Las Vegas every year, is launching a new show aimed at the high-end market.    
This month, National Jeweler delves into the when, where and why of mourning jewelry worn between roughly 1714 and 1830. 
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