Periods of Estate Jewelry Estate jewelry may come from any time period, however the most popular are Georgian, Early Victorian, Mid-Victorian, Late Victorian, Arts and Crafts Era, Edwardian, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Retro, and Art Organique. Georgian Jewelry (1714–1837) – Georgian-era jewelry is fairly hard to come by as much of it has
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Important Dates in Jewelry History 110,000 - 73,000 BC – Decorative sea shell beads found in the archeological digs in Morocco. They were probably used as amulets. Drilled shells have also been found in Israel, Algeria and South Africa. 38,000 BC – Beads made from bone and animal teeth found in France. 28,000 BC
From Ancient Decorative Objects to Modern Jewelry Personal items of adornment followed our rise from the prehistoric beginnings in ancient Africa to the modern times when fashion changes put tremendous pressure to the artisan who create countless jewelry designs across entire world. Here you can find out more about fascinating history of jewelry.