"I feel that I am doing well for my age, and I am very content with how far I have come. But my real measure of success is seeing my mother smile, as she means the whole world to me."
Men and women have adorned themselves with jewelry since long before the age of reason! Garlands of flowers, bracelets of woven grass, shells, and stone; such were the first decorations to beautify the human body. We may have been wearing jewelry as far back as 75,000 years ago - 30,000 years earlier than previously believed - according to a recent report by National Geographic News. Over the millennia, jewelry styles and materials have evolved in step with the advances of civilization. From the Stone Age to the Bronze Age, from the Iron Age to the Industrial Revolution (and seemingly back again!), jewelry styles have transformed, modernized, and then often returned to their most basic forms and essential elements.
What metals are safe to wear to avoid allergic reaction and rashes? Sterling silver, stainless steel and gold ... read more
Rose gold jewelry boasts a warm pink or red color and is very durable and complements all skin tones... read more
This hand crafted repousse brass jewelry box from Novica is a piece of art itself. The mango wood box is ... read more
I am so delighted with this necklace and love wearing this freshwater pearl necklace on special occasions... read more