jewelry boxes, from past to present by paul evans

by:Homkey Packaging     2020-02-17
Jewelry boxes have been around for thousands of years, and the fact that its date of origin is not clear yet, but they may be called exactly the opposite of what people might expect from the 17 th century, such as women\'s work boxes.Examples of these work boxes have existed since the 17 th century, but their use is completely different from today\'s jewelry boxes.These 17th-century work boxes are usually equipped with a partition that makes up many small compartments for needles, silk and cotton reels, and other things that need sewing, covered with silk, decorated with beads and embroidery.
The work boxes are usually portable, but sometimes they are attached to the top of the fixed table.In the 18 th century, you could not find a lady without her work box.In the second half of the 18 th century, great steps were taken to make these work boxes delicate and elegant.
An old jewelry box, also known as a coffin, is not only a jewel, but also a container for trinkets.It may be in a very gentle form, covered in leather, lined in satin, or it may reach a huge proportion of the jewelry cabinets made for very wealthy people.Today\'s jewelry box is far from the past.They are made from a variety of materials such as wood, exotic wood, leather, precious metals, crystals, glass and plastic, etc.
Modern jewelry boxes have a number of shapes, sizes and styles, ranging from jewelry armoires to jewelry boxes, to individual jewelry box collections for overnight travel boxes, to jewelry folders in your wallet.While jewelry boxes are called containers for trinkets and jewelry, today we may not treat our property as trinkets, as we store anything from cufflinks and rings, for example, watches and mobile phones, including the rare coins in the valet jewelry box we know, from yesterday\'s work box showing a wide variety of jewelry boxes today
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