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Explore the rich history of jewelry at our website. From ancient civilizations to modern times, jewelry has been a symbol of adornment, alliance, and love. Not just a fashion statement, but also a practical form of investment. Learn about the origins and evolution of jewelry, the materials used throughout history, and how it reflects our cultural heritage. Discover the rich story behind each piece of jewelry here at our website.

The Late Middle Ages 1200 - 1400 - Museum Jewellery - Museum Jewelry

The Late Middle Ages 1200 - 1400

The Late Middle Ages, from 1200 to 1400, saw cultural and artistic developments in Europe, including the emergence of the Gothic style in architecture and advancements in jewelry-making, with a focus on pearls and gold. The ideals of Christianity and chivalry were reflected in the architecture an...
Viking Age 750 - 1000 AD - Museum Jewellery - Museum Jewelry

Viking Age 750 - 1000 AD

During the Viking Age, trade and Christianity were introduced to Europe through seafaring and brought an increase in iron and precious metals, leading to the development of crafts and ideas. The Vikings developed their own unique style, borrowing features from other cultures such as the Celts, an...
The Lindau Bible - Museum Jewellery - Museum Jewelry

Late Antiquity 400 - 900 AD

Late Antiquity saw decline and limited innovation in jewelry and other arts, with inspiration mainly coming from Byzantine craftsmanship. The Lindau Bible, a notable medieval manuscript, was created in a workshop believed to be under the patronage of Charles, son of Charlemagne.