Jewelry boxes initially looked the same as treasure chests, and therefore, the word ‘jewelry casket’ was synonymous with ‘jewelry box’. The word jewelry casket is generally recognized as big boxes raised on foot instead of having a flat base. In 5000 BC, the Egyptians, both men, and women used them to store their jewelry pieces. They wore jewels made with gold, silver, bronze, and other valuable gemstones.
To keep such useful details, beautifully decorated jewelry boxes were produced. In ancient Rome, jewelry indicated the status symbol of an individual. Owning various jewelry was a rare privilege, and the need for storage only arose for royalties and upper-class members. Following the Industrial Revolution, jewelry became relatively affordable because various valuable gems and metals were cut using machines. Therefore, the jewelry boxes started coming in a much smaller size. At the beginning of the twentieth century, novelty vintage and antique jewelry boxes were highly sought-after. Companies like Tiffany Studios have made a large contribution in this.
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