Home » tags

Articles, tagged with "eighteenth century", page 1

Bookmark and Share

A Beautiful Brooch’s Story

19th September 2011
A brooch also known as fibula in ancient times is a decorative jewelry item designed to be attached to garments. It is usually made of metal, often silver or gold but sometimes bronze or some other material. Brooches are frequently decorated with enamel o... Read >
Author: rofei

Advantages of Red, White and Yellow Ginseng

16th May 2011
The most popular healing of herbs throughout Asia is without a doubt Ginseng. The effects of ginseng and panax ginseng have already been utilized in China as far back as 5000 years ago. These details suggest that ginseng boosts strength as well as total p... Read >
Author: Albert Roth

Keep Fashionable And Warm With Women' Rain Jackets

05th April 2011
Raincoat women have a long way from the heavy coat and large since the eighteenth century, after changing into the lighter weight, more colors and with a choice of accessories to maintain ladies warm and dry. Raincoat is designed to repel rainwater away f... Read >
Author: Ahmad Alim Aziz

Tarot Cards Past Present Future

04th June 2010
The Future! This is probably the one word that can dazzle any human mind. Everybody wants to know what happens to them in the future, what happens to the world, how safe they are, how they would prosper and a million more questions erupt when they think o... Read >
Author: Loren Holmes

A Look Inside Buckingham Palace

23rd February 2010
Buckingham Palace has served as the official London residence of Britain's sovereigns since 1837. It evolved from a town house that was owned from the beginning of the eighteenth century by the Dukes of Buckingham. Today it is The Queen's official residen... Read >
Author: Arnoldo Watson

History of fashion: Minoan Crete

17th February 2010
Minoan costume was one of the four styles that led to the development of Greek attire. It also influenced clothing in the coastal regions of the Black Sea, the eastern Mediterranean and in some areas of inland Asia. It is accepted that the concept of cut ... Read >
Author: Allen

Brief History of English High Tea

25th November 2009
Have you ever tasted English high tea? Or let us say, Are you familiar with English high tea? Well, if not yet, great! Mine here is just primary information about the English high tea, but I assure you that you will achieve a level of clear understanding ... Read >
Author: Garland Drake

Tips on how to Host a Modern Day Masquerade Party

21st March 2009
Attending a party anonymously and in disguise dates back as far as the eighteenth century. The masquerade played a large part in the ideas and themes of England and its popularity spanned most of the century, bringing together people of all classes, from ... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Why you should shellac your weissenborn guitar

13th March 2009
When I began to build my Queensland Maple Weissenborn guitar I almost immediately began to think about what kind of finish it was going to have. To be perfectly honest I really had decided right from the start that it was to be a Shellac or "French Polish... Read >
Author: Terry

Monuments in Udaipur Rajasthan

20th November 2008
Monuments in Udaipur Rajasthan Udaipur Palaces and Monuments are renowned for their artistic architecture. The superb architecture of these monuments boasts about the rich taste of the Royalty. The Royal kings built massive palaces and... Read >
Author: Jaipur Travel Guide

GOBELINS TAPESTRY- THE OPULENCE AND SPLENDOUR OF THE ROYAL COURT

25th September 2008
Some of the most detailed and exquisite tapestry in the world was produced at the Gobelins Factory in Paris exclusively for royal palaces. During the seventeenth and eighteenth century the factory was at the height of production and it was at a time when ... Read >
Author: Angela Dawson-Field
Bookmark and Share