Jewellery in Greece was hardly worn and was largely used for public appearances or on particular events. It was regularly given as a present and was predominantly worn by girls to indicate their wealth, social status, and wonder. The jewellery was typically supposed to give the wearer safety from the “Evil Eye” or endowed the proprietor with supernatural powers, while others had a non secular symbolism.
- A mirror is integrated into the lid and allows rings, necklaces, earrings or bracelets to be placed on directly.
- The chunky designer chain necklace is ideal for dressing up a plain t-shirt or adding a contact of glamour to formal event.
- We share the values of contemporary design and high quality combined with regional, partially social production and manufacturing methods.
- The Romans used a various range of supplies for their jewellery from their in depth sources across the continent.
Even although the overwhelming majority …