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Jewelry through the ages

Jewelry has a long history dating back to antiquity. Since then, they have been worn for a variety of reasons, including aesthetic, symbolic, religious, and social reasons. Here is an overview of jewelry through the ages:

Antiquity: In ancient civilizations such as Egypt, Greece and Rome, jewelry was often worn for symbolic and religious reasons. They were also made from materials such as gold, silver and precious stones.

Middle Ages: In the Middle Ages, jewelry was a sign of wealth and social status. Jewelry was often adorned with precious stones and was often worn by nobility and royalty.

Renaissance: During the Renaissance, jewelry was often highly decorative and featured intricate designs. Pearls and gemstones were also very popular.

18th and 19th centuries: In the 18th and 19th centuries, jewelry began to be mass-produced, which made it more accessible. Fashionable styles included gold and silver jewelry, often embellished with gemstones and pearls.

20th century: In the 20th century, jewelry continued to evolve with fashion trends. Styles such as Art Deco and Modernism have influenced jewelry design, while materials such as plastic and glass have been used to create more affordable jewelry.

Today: Today, jewelry is worn for a wide variety of reasons and comes in a range of styles and materials. Gold, silver, stainless steel and copper jewelry are very popular, as is pearl, diamond, gemstone and crystal jewelry. Costume jewelery is also very popular for its affordability and originality.


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