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COLLECTION OF VICTORIAN MOURNING NECKLACES

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    Posted 14 years ago

    annmac
    (25 items)

    HI THIS IS SOME OF MY COLLECTION OF VICTORIAN MOURNING

    NECKLACES .

    I LOVE HISTORY AND JEWELRY FROM ALL ERAS BUT ERA THIS

    FASCINATING.ALTHOUGH THIS ERA WAS FOR MOURNING

    THE JEWELRY PRODUCED WAS MAYBE BLACK, BUT BEAUTIFUL

    AND ELEGANT

    I HOPE YOU LIKE MY COLLECTION

    THANKS ANNMAC

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    Comments

    1. Daisy1000 Daisy1000, 3 years ago
      Great collection. Victorians produced many wonderful pieces of mourning jewelry. There are historians that argue that there was an identifiable Western Culture of Mourning, and that it can be thought to actually have defined late Victorian decades. I have written about the Victorian culture of mourning, but so have other historians — in Canada, the US, and Britain. I encourage you to read some of the amazing work out there. :)

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