Mourning and Sentiment Human hair may be the material most closely associated with Victorian mourning jewelry. By modern standards the use of human hair in jewels, specifically the hair of... Read More
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The influence of an Era. Wearing jewelry in remembrance of our beloved dead is a tradition that originated in the 16th century, but the fashion for mourning jewelry reached its... Read More
It's Not Always Jet. In this installment of Identifly, we will give you the information, clues, and tools to recognize some of the materials most commonly used in the Mourning... Read More
Mourning in the age of Industry Queen Victoria’s reign saw a world transformed by industrial and scientific progress. Breakthrough inventions of such far-reaching impact as steam-powered transportation, long-distance communication and... Read More
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