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The First Jewelry: Early Humans Were Into Beauty, Too! 0

When do you think humans started wearing jewelry? Five hundred years ago? Five thousand? Five million? A few years ago, a group of researchers led by Christopher Henshilwood of the State University of New York at Stony Brook discovered what it believes is the “earliest jewelry” in the South African Blombus Cave. Surprisingly, it wasn’t diamonds, but shell beads! The shells were dated to be about 75,000 years old, pushing back the time attributed to humans for the first abstra...

Mankind's Love For Ornaments 0

Man's love for ornaments goes back to the ancient times, and continues until this date. The following article looks back at the evolution of jewelry and its place in human life.

Jewelry Store Software Will Help Small Jewelers Compete With The ‘Big Guys’ 0

Jewelry store software isn’t just something used exclusively in chain stores. In fact, anyone dealing in fine jewelry and gems should have a jewelry store software program to help them run their business. However, many small and private establishments forgo looking into computer software with dire consequences. While they might have a computer and a database of some sort, they fail to look into jewelry store software for fear the cost would be too great or the programming too...