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I bought a Filigree Necklace, which is beautiful. I just love it!
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I bought a Filigree Earrings in Gold and Blue that are beautiful! I love it!
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What is Filigree?

Portuguese Filigree is today an important part of Portuguese jewelry. It is a technique and an art form that, through a delicate union of wires and balls made on silver or gold, creates beautiful patterns in the manufacture of filigree jewelry with great precision and using manual tools and the use of heat. It is often referred to as Viana Filigree (Filigrana de Viana) because it is widely used to complement the regional costumes of girls and ladies in the region and today it is produced in the north of Portugal by artisans who have completed a long apprenticeship over many years.

It is much appreciated in Portugal and throughout the world for the delicacy and beauty of its pieces and the international recognition came mainly from the Heart of Viana Pendant (Coração de Viana), as it was used by Sharon Stone, at the time one of the world cinema stars.

There are several types of jewelry produced in filigree and Filigree Earrings are certainly one of the most used and appreciated.

There are Filigree Earrings of various shapes and sizes, some more traditional, others more modern, but they all stand out for their unparalleled beauty and delicate nature.

Among the most popular are the Heart of Viana (Coração de Viana) Filigree Earrings, the Queen (Rainha) Earrings, the Arrecadas Earrings, the Tile (Azulejo) Earrings and the Caramujo Earrings, made in silver or gold, and in silver or gold tones and often mixed. with blue and red.