As we all know, as a species, we have always cherished our knickknacks. Whether they are set in necklaces, bracelets, earrings, or other jewellery, sparkling gemstones have always caught our attention.
The civilizations of society were diverse, and we always have a tendency to select gold, platinum, or silver based on the metal that suits us the best.Diamond hoop earrings are associated with the present, and in some circumstances, we even wear them to adore our dogs.
People are adorning their bodies with priceless stacks of various kinds as part of a growing trend.You might think that was strange, but things get much stranger. Think about the world’s oldest jewellery, which dates back more than 100,000 years.
They seem to be larger, a type of sea sail from the Mollsko family, and were bought in the 1930s.They were mostly utilised as cash in former times and are thought to be between 100,000 and 135,000 years old, according to experts.
However, because shells were easily accessible at the time, they immediately became popular with them as well. Animal, boe, and animal ape ivory strips were popular with science cultures travelling to Europe and Asia.
But that’s all there is to it: in 2015, a sculpted fragment of shell called Eglaid was found in North Yorkshire. Most experts agree that it dates to 11,000 BC and is the oldest example of Mesolithic art found in the British Isles.