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Handmade Jewellery from the Past to the Present

08th August 2012
It can be fun, it can be stylish and elegant and it can be an enjoyable piece of art that can be worn and enjoyed both with the wearer and those who see it worn. We are talking about handmade jewellery and almost forever jewellery has been a part of our ... Read >
Author: Davy

Some Intresting Facts About Julius Caesar By William Shakespeare

20th December 2011
William Shakespeare: The English Poet and Playwright William Shakespeare was baptized on the 26th of April, 1564 (his actual birthdate is unknown) in Warwickshire, England. He is considered by many as the greatest writer in the history of the English l... Read >
Author: Amy Dyslex

Chislehurst A Popular Town With A Village Atmosphere

23rd September 2011
In Anglo Saxon Chislehurst means a gravel wooded hill. Areas of the stony wood that named Chislehurst are still in evidence today. Chislehurst is located in Kent, south East England and forms a suburban settlement as part of the Borough of Bromley. Nea... Read >
Author: David Fisher

Top Champagne Manufacturers

01st June 2011
Champagne is the supreme synonym for a moment of celebration in a lordly and refined manner. Not too many individuals can value great Champagne but if youd like to treasure Champagne like those few individuals then keep reading this article. And if you w... Read >
Author: Nathan Hall

Chigwell In The Essex Triangle

17th May 2011
Chigwell is a small town of around 12,500 people in the suburbs of North East London approximately 11.5 miles from Charing Cross. Situated in the Epping Forest area of Essex it has two underground stations (Chigwell and Grange Hill) affording its resident... Read >
Author: David Fisher

Facts of Maltese Dog

28th March 2011
Handful of breeds are as broadly loved because the Maltese. This intelligent and affectionate pet is well-known across the world together with the rich and well-known too because the commoners. The Maltese can be a playful and adventurous small dog with a... Read >
Author: August Oneill

Top 3 Jewellery Collections of the Rich and Famous

25th October 2010
Exquisite jewellery has always adorned the rich and famous from all over the world and is a symbol of power, wealth and beauty. Many famous women have incredible jewellery collections which have a huge amount of history and interest attached to them. ... Read >
Author: annstar

Renaissance Costume and Queen Elizabeth I’s Effect on the Renaissance Costume

13th July 2010
The Medieval Period or Middle ages is the time period of the European history from 5th to fifteenth century. Many outstanding occasions occurred and resulted in exceptional and lots of efforts to the current history. It was a period of arts, music, religi... Read >
Author: Bart Robbins

men earrings Provide Gentlemen of Some Character

14th June 2010
A fashion statement, both for men and women is not by any means hindered by borders or retain. What women show off or use to augment their bodily beauty may presently be utilized by men. Hence, the word "nice" is not an special adjective for women. A man ... Read >
Author: Sylvester Hayes

Amazing Perfumes Made In The 16th Century

29th May 2010
I recently came across an old book titled "A Queens Delight". It is also called "A Right Knowledge Of Making Perfumes, And Distilling The Most Excellent Waters". The book was published in London and was printed by E. Tyler and R. Holt in 1671. Unfortun... Read >
Author: GaryVNunes

A Look Into Antique Furniture

09th April 2009
Victorian. Renaissance Period The most popular furniture style during this era is the Tudor furniture, which was influenced by European style. Tudor furniture was usually made from oak and was greatly influenced by Medieval and Gothic designs. Mos... Read >
Author: Jade Simpson

The history of nylons

13th January 2009
Stockings date back to the 12th century. They were individually handmade until mass production became possible. You will be amazed to learn that it was not an engineer, but a curate, who first facilitated their mass production! It was in 1589 Rev William ... Read >
Author: Debbie Mendoza

Ever Seen Your Leadership Style in a Movie?

14th February 2008
It's interesting to notice that both the movie "The Queen" and the old flick "The Wizard of Oz" showed various methods of leadership. Want to see what each one demonstrated? Queen Elizabeth knew of no other manner in which to lead than to emulate her f... Read >
Author: Ann Golden Eglé
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