Four eras can be distinguished in the history of the world:
– Iron Age;
– the golden age;
– silver Age;
– copper age.
The Iron Age is, according to Thomas Love Peacock, the pre-writing period of poetry. This is the period when rude bards in a primitive poetic form glorified their leaders. Continue reading
The history of artistic enameling, as well as the art of jewelry, has a history of more than three thousand years. When and where was the enameling performed for the first time, i.e. colored glass in the molten state is connected to the metal, it is impossible to determine exactly. Higgins, in describing Greek and Roman jewelery, mentions the earliest work with enamel.
For example, in Mycenae (Greece), metal objects were found with soldered glass plates painted in blue, made between 1425 and 1300. BC. These items can be considered the oldest known finds. C VI. BC er Greeks systematically fused enamel on gold jewelry. Continue reading
“The tapestry is a beauty, slowly created by warm skillful hands, a calm mind and a sensitive soul.”
Today, a variety of arts and crafts, traditionally called “tapestry”, acts as a complex artistic phenomenon that combines the qualities of several genres at once – from “hand weaving” to “textile” sculpture.
Initially, the concept of tapestry was a method of producing fabric that looked like a wall lint-free carpet with a plot or ornamental composition. This carpet was woven by hand, from colored or silk threads through their weave. Continue reading