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Answers

In Which Country were Diamonds mined for the first time?

Japan

India

Brazil

Egypt

The correct answer is: India

 

What material was the most highly prized in Ancient Egypt, and used to make jewellery the most?

Gold

Silver

Platinum

Copper

The correct answer is: Gold

 

In the Byzantine Empire, jewellery was created with emphasis on what?

Gemstones

Solid Gold

Utlilty

Large Size

The correct answer is: Gemstones

 

What was brought back into fashion during the rule of Napoleon Bonaparte?

Earrings for men

Glass gemsontes

Cameo Jewellery

All of these

The correct answer is: Cameo Jewellery

 

Approximately 5000 years ago, which was the earliest Asian culture to make jewellery?

Chinese

Indian

Japanese

None of these

The correct answer is: Chinese

 

The women of which country are known for wearing many rings around their necks in order to elongate them?

Philipines

Myanmar (Burma)

Korea

Paraguay

The correct answer is: Myanmar (Burma)

 

In which country did people wear special jewels as protection against the 'evil eye'?

Ancient Rome

Ancient Egypt

Classical Greece

All of the above

The correct answer is: All of the above

 

Which of these shapes predominated the jewellery of Ancient Mesopotamia?

Eyes

Female bodies

Crescent moons

Leaves

The correct answer is: Leaves

 

What is the name of the symbol often worn by the Jewish?

Star of Abraham

Star of David

Star of Solomon

Star if Bethlehem

The correct answer is: The Star of David

 

In what year was the 'Tiffany Yellow Diamond discovered?

1892

1881

1878

1884

The correct answer is: 1878