Jewelery and Modern History

Jewelery and Modern History

18 years ago XNUMX years ago I want to know what I'm saying.

Paste Stone 젬 스튬・쥬얼리의 기원으로 됩니다. I'm here, I'm here, I'm here I can't wait to see you, I can't wait to see you, I can't wait to see you again.

300 1780 XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX 에서 사람들은 소셜 이퀄리티(사회적 평등) I want to know what I want to say It's all over the place.

George IV, 4-1762 (George IV, 1830-XNUMX) It's a good idea.

1837년에 빅토리아 (1837-1901) I can't wait to see you, I can't wait to see you 다. Filigree)

19 Arts & Crafts Arts & Crafts Arts & Crafts Arts & Crafts Arts & Crafts Flora & Fauna(꽃과 동물)를 I want to know what I want to know.

19 20 XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX “Give Women the Vote” “Give Women the Vote”.

19 years ago XNUMX years ago XNUMX years ago XNUMX years ago Sorry, I don't know what you're talking about. I want to know what I want to know.

1890년경에는 일본의 MIKIMOTO Co., Ltd. co Chanel Chanel.

1% 2% XNUMX% 히 할리우드 반짝이는 디자인의 이 유행했습니다. 유행했습니다. Gold-Plated Sterling Silver (Gold-Plated Sterling Silver) I want to know, I want to know, I want to know.

Sorry, I don't know what you're talking about. I want to know what I'm talking about. I want to know what I want to know.

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Jewelry and Modern History



The jewelery culture in Europe flourished as the demand for costumes and jewelery by the middle class increased since the Industrial Revolution in the late 18th century.

In particular, the origin of costume jewelery is the high-quality Paste Stone (a so-called mixed stone, an artificial jewel made by mixing gem powder in a glass, etc.) that started in Bohemia (now Czechoslovakia). improvements in cutting technology have made it possible to process steel and alloys, and many artificial gems have been displayed on jewelry and swords.

There were more than 300 jewelers in such industries. However, during the French Revolution of 1780, people appealed for a desire for social equality. As a result, many jewelers decided that flashy ornaments and jewelry were un


However, such austerity was short-lived, and the advent of George IV (1762–1830) in England revived luxury consumption.

The Victorian era (1837-1901) began in 1837, and the new queen loved jewelery. With a style setter who is always looking for something new, the more realistic imitation jewelery industry has flourished. Filigree, arm bracel all the rage at the time .


In the 19th century, when the mass production era came, the Arts & Crafts movement led by William Morris took place in Europe. This stems from the exhibition of Korean kimono in London in 1851, where organic materials with the theme of Flora & Fauna ( flowers and animals) were considered fashionable.

This movement continued from the 19th century to the 20th century, with women being the main activists. The message in green, white and violet colored stones meant "Give Women the Vote".


And with Art Nouveau, which has been around since the end of the 19th century, jewelery culture is becoming more diverse. In addition to popular designs such as floral baskets and bows, platinum fine jewelery set with diamonds and pearls became popular.

Around 1890, MIKIMOTO in Japan succeeded in culturing pearls, so it was used in many necklaces and bracelets.
It was also around this time that costume jewelery began to be adopted by fashion designers, and Coco Chanel was the first designer to adopt it.


Costume jewelery became even more prosperous as inflation began in the United States after World War I. In particular, gorgeous designs called cocktail jewelery inspired by Hollywood stars became popular. And with the advent of materials such as Vermeile (Gold-Plated Sterling which was developed during the tightening of finance after World War II, and materials such as Bakelite and Lucite, costume jewelry became popular. It became more and more booming.

Since then, the development of plastics, acrylics, enamel and metal has led to the introduction of previously unused jewelery in colors and textures, increasing the demand for younger generations and genderless people.

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