Prehistoric Jewelries: The Stone Age Accessories of All TimeCheryle Baviera
Ancient history has been remarkably defined by those prehistoric jewelries. In 1995, a rare bracelet made from Obsidian was discovered by Asikli Hoyok in Turkey from 8th millennium BC. To describe, the impeccable and splendid accessory has a laborious craftsmanship due to its symmetrical concept and central ridge. Apart from this, there’s another jewelry that rocked the world of fashion in 2008. Based on carbon dating analysis, its age is 40,000 years old. The regal and priceless gemstone is simply named as chlorite. Did you know that this is being alluded to as the “Oldest Bracelet in the World?”
Moreover, beads from mammoth bones and used ivory ornaments were fabulous prehistoric jewelries which ensembled the famed Venus of Hohle Fels. This is a powerful amulet with an intricately carved face of a woman made of mammoth tusk. It was miraculously found in Germany way back in 2008. In Croatia, a set of white-tailed talons were crafted into bracelets to introduce a different kind of fashion statement. Oftentimes, these were beautifully fashioned into ravishing bracelets.
Prehistoric jewelries have distinctively signified that fashion trends evolve beyond time and space because these ornaments amplify beauty and craftsmanship even without saying a word.