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In the 19th century, many rural women in
northwestern India wore ivory bangles from wrist to elbow as amulets for good health. Animal-conservation efforts have replaced ivory with mother-of-pearl and bone, as in these elegant brass-inlay bangles.
Glass was an abundant material by the end
of the first century A.D., and fragments of Roman-era glass are the focus of this one-of-a-kind sterling silver jewelry. Uncovered from ancient Roman archaeological sites in modern-day Israel, each bear the marks ...
The Sinú were an indigenous tribe in Colombia
whose civilization flourished from about 200 B.C. to A.D. 1600. They were master goldsmiths and palm weavers. These blue and purple bracelets, woven from caña flecha palm fibers and acrylic thread by ...