Jewelry: A millennia-old culture
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ewelry has existed since ancient times with one of the first discoveries found in Africa. It is also one of the oldest forms of body adornment. The oldest discovered pieces are believed to be around ...

ewelry has existed since ancient times with one of the first discoveries found in Africa. It is also one of the oldest forms of body adornment. The oldest discovered pieces are believed to be around 100,000 years old. Pieces of jewelry make great gifts and heirlooms.

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  • 1. Jewelry: A millennia-old cultureAs jewelry (In Danish smykker), gold has been crafted into a variety of items, fromcrowns, bangles, bracelets and rings, to anklets, brooches and necklaces. As it is highlymalleable and non-corrosive, it has remained the mineral of choice for crafting.If you’re looking for custom-made gold necklaces(In Danish guld halskæder), the designaspect can be handled by you or your jeweler.
  • 2. Identify yourself with name necklacesAmong the many varieties, one can also find those called name necklaces(In Danishnavne halskæder). As the name implies, the design is based on the person’s name invaried fonts and styles.While there are many designs, daisy jewelry (In Danish marguerit smykker) stands outfor its simplistic and timeless beauty.