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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.

A European style is developing - Museum Jewellery - Museum Jewelry

A European style is developing

In the late Middle Ages, major jewelry workshops were in cities like Paris, Cologne, and Venice and borrowed elements of style and form from the classical world. From the 13th century, a self-confidence can be traced in Western European jewelry, which became brighter and lighter under the influen...
Style development with a Christian message - Museum Jewellery - Museum Jewelry

Style development with a Christian message

During the High Middle Ages, Europe experienced cultural and artistic development, including the expansion of cities, establishment of universities, and emergence of Gothic architecture. Jewelry-making also saw advancements, influenced by Christian symbols and the Byzantine Empire, with new style...
Early Middle Ages 800 - 1200 - Museum Jewellery - Museum Jewelry

Early Middle Ages 800 - 1200

Emerging in Europe from 476 AD to 1500 AD was a fascinating development referred to as The Middle Ages. Distinguished by its particular aspects such as creating an individualistic European culture, expansion of feudal practices, establishment of urban towns and cities as well as being powerfully ...
Roman jewelry and simplicity - Museum Jewellery - Museum Jewelry

Roman jewelry and simplicity

The fibula was a type of dress pin that was prevalent throughout Roman history. The Romans had a distinct style in their jewelry, which was often luxurious and adorned with pearls and emeralds. They were known for borrowing motifs from the Greek world. The Romans also perfected the cameo techniqu...