I wanted to share a short video today that’s a little more private than my normal ones. It’s certainly behind-the-scenes, but it’s not meant to reveal anything special about photography. In a way, it’s just a fun little 4000-picture journey–done in the Chase Jarvis: FRAMES style–documenting some of our time during the last few months of 2007. HUGE thanks to everyone who played a role in pulling this project together – you know who you are!
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The largest manufacturing of jewellery iin these instances got here
from Northern Greece ( Macedoin ). However, though
a lot of the jewelry in Greece was product of gold and silver with ivory and
gems , bronze and clay copies had been made additionally.
Post-Roman Europe continued to develop jewellery making skills.
The Renaissance and exploration both had important impacts
onn the event of jewellery in Europe.
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