Taille d’Epargné

Taille d’Epargné is a French word and literally means “sparing cut”. It refers to the technique of filling in lines with a black enamel after etching or engraving a metal base. It was used to embellish bracelets, earrings, brooches and was considered mourning jewelry. The style was popular through the mid-1850s in England.

  • Victorian Wedding Bracelets

  • Victorian Watch Chain With Moonstone Slide

  • Victorian Brooch

  • Victorian Watch Chain with Pearl Slide

  • Victorian Link Buckle Bracelet

  • Victorian Turquoise and Diamond Bangle Bracelet