The very first jewelry made was when the time began – however, the ornaments they create were nothing like the modernized trinkets that we wear today. Soon enough Neandertals followed these trendsetters – which is a Homo Neanderthalensis or also known as Homo Sapiens Neanderthalensis. They are an extinct species of archaic humans living in Eurasia until about 40,000 years ago – they began to die out one by one. Studies stated that their troupe became extinct because of either extermination made by modern humans, caused by climate change, or a combination of both.

Their innovation of penetrated beads made from small seashells discovered in the area of Cueva de Los Aviones – a cave from the coast of Southeast Spain – has converted into a vogue that each generation and century manifest up until the current time. The invention was identified 115,000 years ago by the experts.

Around 25,000 years ago, there is a necklace made of fish bones found in Monaco. Soon enough, not only necklaces and bracelets made by bones and shells prevails in the ancient epoch. Embellishes produced were also from feathers and colored pebbles or gems that are still adored by many ‘till now.

Jewelry has always become a woman’s best friend since these accessories add up to the beauty of a lady because of the glow and sparkle that a piece of jewelry brings when light shines down on it.

Even during the pandemic where there is an implementation of home quarantine, prohibiting social distancing, and establishing a regulation to wear a mask, face shields, or PPE several ladies still wear their jewelry when going outside. The bacteria bearing Novel Coronavirus diseases can stay on the surfaces of these materials up to 5 days – which can still infect a person once they come into contact with it.

To avoid such incidents from happening, read the top 5 ways to sanitize your jewelry at home brought to you by Adeva Jewellery, a recognizable custom jewelry maker in the Philippines and engagement ring the Philippines:


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