The change of seasons and cooling of the air has us dreaming of rich hues and warm golds. During the and eras gold was king in jewelry and other ornamentation. Worn with richly hued fabrics like silks and velvets. Gold during the Georgian and Victorian eras was set with diamonds, turquoise, rubies, sapphires, and other precious stones. Often decorated with elaborate engravings, etchings, and ornamented with black enamel.Read More »
Gold has one of the highest atomic numbers of any substance in the universe at 79. Produced in a supernova from a collision of neutron stars soon after the big bang forming what is now our solar system and the rest of the universe. There is gold present in the Earth's core. But the gold that is found closer to the surface that we mine today most likely arrived to our planet via an asteroid impact during the Late Heavy Bombardment era about 4 billion years ago.Read More »
A brief origin story. While the earliest time period of jewelry that we have in our begins in the mid 19th century, gold has been used in jewelry since as far back as 4000 B.C. in Eastern Europe and Iraq in 3000 B.C.Read More »
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