|Considered to be a “New Era” style. Geometric designs have been a part of styles since Ancient Greece, Babylonia, and Egypt. These cultures used geometric shapes in their every day lives from their writings to the jewelry.
|During the Victorian era soft gently curves were used, while in the Art Nouveau period these curves were elongated and placed in more natural angles. The Art Deco period moved towards a more angular shaping, conversely the Craftsman era reflected more subtle and simplified shapes using tailored lines, rectangles and ovals.
|Geometric styles in the “New Era” can range from simple and quiet appearances to more complex and sometimes convoluted designs.