Man made jewellery began with the idea of using shells as a form of symbolism
It is ironic to think that jewellery has been around in its most basic form at the same time as tools were discovered by early man.
Mens jewellery was an integral part of ancient cultures and so on to this day men want to wear silver jewellery designed especially
for them. Man made jewellery began with the idea of using shells Tiffany Key Rings as a form of symbolism. Dating back tens of thousands of years
shells were discovered in Europe that had been crafted into beads. From these humble beginnings mens jewellery has developed and
evolved into the many choices we have today. Many different types of material were used to create jewellery including teeth and
bones from animals, shells, wood and stone carved into shapes by hand. In time these were eclipsed by precious metals such as
silver but the ancient inspirations remain intact to this day with the use of languages engraved into modern silver jewellery.
The earliest jewellery known to man was made from shells. They were discovered in Africa and thought to be over one hundred
thousand years old. Todays modern fashion trends are influenced by the aged look in both clothing and jewellery. Using specialist
techniques the appearance of aging can be produced. The fundamental reason that jewellery was originally invented was entirely a
practical one. Pins were created to simply fasten clothing together securely. Tiffany Money Clips It was after this that the items were designed with
adornment in mind. Decorating the body with silver became a fast growing trend for everyone. Mens jewellery has all ways been worn
as a symbol of success and still continues to be so to this day. Jewellery was also worn by men to ward off evil and protect
against medical conditions.
The ancestors of Homo Sapiens began making jewellery over forty thousand years ago when they started living in Europe. The dawn of
mass jewellery making had begun. Originally mens jewellery was quite crude in design and was created by prehistoric man using many
differing materials including stone, teeth, bones and shells. Jewellery made from metals first appeared about seven thousand years
ago with copper being the first to appear. Nowadays silver jewellery is the most Tiffany Bracelets popular for men but when it was first available on
the high street many men considered it effeminate. This however changed in the forties with the advent of modern designs especially
created for men. Mens jewellery has gone through quite a significant change over the last few decades starting off in the nineteen
forties with the introduction of retro modern styling choices using curves. These curves have evolved into more organic styling
ideas and today's modern jewellery has took this idea even further. The history Tiffany On Sale of mens jewellery continued to develop through the
hippie era in the late sixties influenced by American crafts from the native red Indians. From then on in the seventies sterling
silver became popular for men and has since become the number one choice.
John Lewis runs a website that features unusual silver jewellery that is handcrafted in the UK.