dates back to as long as 75,000 years ago. It was first thought to be used by
Africans as a sign of power, worship, status, beauty, and even protection. They
have also been considered by archaeologists and historians as an important tool
in the determination of how cultures and societies all over the world have
people today do not realize the importance of jewelry and simply note it as a
status symbol and an excellent addition to one's everyday outfit. People's
jewelry fashion preferences also greatly vary as there are people who favor the
timeless and elegant pieces while some lean towards the more modern-looking
jewelry pieces that are in tune with the current fashion.
Back A Bit
back, jewelry about 75,000 years ago composed of bones, stones, and even animal
teeth. It was not until the Ancient Egyptians discovered that they can make
beautiful pieces that can actually be a profession for some. The middle-class persons
make the beautiful golden jewelries while the upper class people buy them and
time showed fashion jewelry to be mostly made up of gold and colorful stones. There
are big chunky necklaces, bracelets, and sterling
silver rings while some are even worn
as headpieces. Designs were mostly birds, snakes and the phoenix.
the 1400's, or the Middle Ages, jewelries can only be worn by noble people. Jewelry
fashion somehow turned out to be religiously symbolic while still denoting
social status. Jewelries then were only used during important occasions and
designs mostly depict religion.
15th and 16th century eras were the times when there was
modernization in jewelry fashion. It is still religious and symbolic but a twist
is noticeable in the designs around this time. It is no surprise that jewelry experts
and historians call this the "jewel age" because this was the time when
jewelries became more accessible to the ordinary people. This was the first
time in history that anyone, regardless of social status and religion, can actually
jewelries are so common that it is worn everyday by just about anyone even infants.
It still somehow denotes a status symbol especially if adorned with expensive diamonds
or precious gems but more than that, they are worn for beauty and complimenting the
overall look of a person.
jewelry is said to be held in a frozen or iced state. They definitely move at a
slower rate than the fashion jewelries, which are becoming more popular because
of the fact that they are cheaper and easier to produce.
for the upcoming year, expert jewelry designers predict that the trend will go
towards more colors with big, bold, and personalized pieces.
are some forecasts for jewelry fashion for the year 2013:
fashion is something that has always been evolving just like the clothing
industry. Some designs make a comeback while some are here to stay for the long
run. Always make sure the selected jewelry is something that will bring out
more confidence and beauty without totally overdoing it.
About the Author:
Smith is a young fashionista who loves silver rings, and necklaces. Her years
of fashion experience motivate her to share tips with fashion lovers in buying
jewelry, metals, and diamonds.
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