Definitions for "Art Deco"
(also called Style Moderne) A style named after the 1925 Paris exhibition of decorative art and popular in the 1920s and 1930s in Europe and the Americas. Art Deco integrated the look of mass industrialization with the design of the decorative arts and architecture and is characterized by machine-like, sleek geometric lines and forms.
A style which was most popular during the 1920s and was characterized by the use of chrome and plastic, that is geometric and streamlined.
An angular style of jewelry dating from the 1920s through the mid to late 1930s, featuring jade, black onyx, and pave-set diamonds.