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(Schiffer Books), only about half the hair work jewelry dating to the Victorian era was made to memorialize a loved one. But how do you tell if the hair work jewelry you inherited or found at your favorite flea market was actually made as a mourning piece, and what difference does it make?
Distinguishing Hair Work Jewelry Meant for Mourning When identifying Victorian jewelry, especially mourning pieces, it’s always important to keep in mind that this was a very sentimental era and most jewelry is rife with symbolism that goes beyond a mere motif.
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For instance, jewelry made in the late 1700s and early 1800s might have an urn in the motif, according to mourning jewelry expert Hayden Peters who curates the Art of Mourning website (see link below).
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Sometimes it would be used to commemorate an engagement or another special occasion.
For instance, a lady might give an intricately woven watch chain made with her own hair to her betrothed.