Wooden Jewellery by Mediterranean Interiors

Hairwork, or jewelry or artwork made of human hair, has appeared throughout the history of craft work, particularly to be used for private worship or mourning. From the Middle Ages through the early twentieth century, memorial hair jewelry remained common. Hair, considered to be a remnant off the person it was cut from, also has often played a part in myths and legends; in a Swedish book of proverbs, one can read that “rings and bracelets of hair increase love” (Vadstena stads tankebok). One example can be found in Denmark, at Rosensborg’s palace, which is a bracelet of precious metal with a simple braided lock of hair - a gift from King Christian IV (1577-1648) to his queen. Another example would be the rings commemorating the execution of King Charles I of England (1600-1649), which circulated among his faithful supporters. Other famous people who owned hair jewelry include Napoleon, Admiral Nelson, Queen Victoria and her large family, Christina Nilsson and Jenny Lind.

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Article Snippet :Studies. 15 (3): 291–316. Cooper, Diana (1972). Victorian Sentimental Jewellery. New Jersey: A.S. Barnes & Co. Cambell, Mark. "Self-Instructor in the
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Article Snippet :locally designed woolen clothes, branded clothes, pottery items, wooden products, and jewellery is also located here. Architecture + Design. Media Transasia
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Article Snippet :metal, or wooden handles, as they give a softened strike with a positive drive. Wooden mallets are usually used in carpentry to knock wooden pieces together
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Article Snippet :regardless of whether an item of body jewelry is an actual wire, or is instead a wooden plug, a plastic ring, or any other material. The alternative to using the
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Article Snippet :heritage of Assam and other northeastern states. Ethnic jewellery, carpets, silk saris, wooden and metal handicrafts are available here among others.[citation
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Article Snippet :earliest pure landscapes anywhere"), small sculptures in various materials, jewellery, metal vessels, and intricately-carved seals. It was influenced by the
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Article Snippet :that rented a house for women and killed them to rob their money and jewellery. Raya and Sakina were the first women executed in the modern state of
Article Title : Casket (decorative box)
Article Snippet :periods are often made using precious materials, especially ivory, around a wooden framework. In East Asia lacquer over wood is common. The house-shaped chasse
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Article Snippet :already used in woodcarving, but no wooden examples have survived. Famous Anglo-Saxon examples include the jewellery from Sutton Hoo and the Tassilo Chalice

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