The answers for this Tirivia round… No winners
Jewelry in the form of an arrow was very popular during the 18th
1. What/who was the arrow a reference to?
The arrow is a reference to Cupid and his darts. This jewelry was
typically a love gift of the time.
2. What precious or colors of stones are these arrows
typically set with?
he arrows were most often set with diamonds and/or emeralds, or,
white and green stones or paste.
3. What countries were arrow jewelry particularly popular in?
Wee hint: One can be seen in Goya's painting "Que Tal", in the Mus�e
des Beaux Artes in Lille.
Mostly popular in Portugal, but also in Spain in the 1790’s.
4. Arrows enjoyed a revival under France's second empire as
s�ret� pins used to secure hats and dresses, through the marketing
of what well known jewelry house still in existence today?
Questions and answers were obtained from a book called: “Triumph of
Love, Jewelry 1530-1930” by Geoffry C. Munn. Page 58.
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