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The World of Disney

The World of Disney

No other company in the entertainment industry existing today could have a story, or history, as interesting, inspiring or innovative as the Walt Disney Corporation. Officially launched in October of 1923 with a 12-minute film called Alice’s Wonderland, Walt Elias Disney introduced animation to the Read More

December 1, 2008 | By | Reply More
Once Upon A Jewelry

Once Upon A Jewelry

There is a treasure trove of historical information regarding jewelry of the bygone days. We all know about rings, earrings, necklaces, bracelets, and pendants because they are very much in existence today. But do you know that there is at least one kind of jewelry that was so much en vogue in the 17th Read More

November 18, 2008 | By | Reply More
Time to Say Yes: The History of Engagement Rings

Time to Say Yes: The History of Engagement Rings

Every woman dreams her engagement proposal mirrors a fairy tale. There are hundreds of thousands of couples who get married every year and each has a unique engagement proposal story to tell. But in each scenario, there is one fixture that makes and seals the deal: the engagement ring. Chosen Read More

November 10, 2008 | By | Reply More
Jewelry: A Modern Story

Jewelry: A Modern Story

Jewelry’s modern story begins in the late 19th century, which heralded many historic events affecting jewelry making and design, including:   1. The birth and success of the industrial revolution; 2. The introduction of fashion and costume jewelry, and; 3. The launch of high-quality jewelry firms Read More

November 3, 2008 | By | 2 Replies More
A Brief History of Jewelry in the Middle Ages- Renaissance Periods

A Brief History of Jewelry in the Middle Ages- Renaissance Periods

Early civilizations’ discovery of gold and the possibilities it presented were nothing short of wondrous. Gold–its malleability and versatility to be molded into various shapes and sizes of jewelry made it (and still makes it) the most popular metal to work with. It was approximately 5,000 B.C when Read More

October 28, 2008 | By | 8 Replies More
Jewelry: A Walk Through Time

Jewelry: A Walk Through Time

The term jewelry came into the English language in the mid-thirteenth century; it is derived from the French word joule, which in turn came from the Latin word jocale; the term roughly translates to as plaything. Curiously, what began as a mere plaything became an important part of every society, Read More

October 20, 2008 | By | 2 Replies More
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