Denisovans – 40,000 Year Old Bracelet

Stone Bracelet - Oldest Ever Found in the World A surprisingly modern-looking stone bracelet discovered in a cave in Siberia appears to have been constructed with the help of a drill-like tool, leading researchers to believe that early humans and their ancestors were much more deft at craftsmanship than previously thought. The Siberian Times reports that the bracelet,... Continue Reading →

Vikings Jewelry and the Islamic World

Being a good jewelry historian takes time and research. There are always improvements and changes in the current technology that we use to discover the past of a particular piece of jewelry. It's a hunt for the truth. One may never find it, but the journey is challenging and fun for me. In this article from JCK, you will... Continue Reading →

Kathleen Lynagh Jewelry at the Academy Museum

Hollywood CostumeExhibit made it's debut at the historic Wilshire May Company building, the  new home for the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures Los Angeles. Originally, organized by the Victoria and Albert Museum, London (V&A), this exhibition explores costume design as an important part of cinematic storytelling. Greta Garbo's pendant from "Queen Christina". KLH

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