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The jewelry of an Auschwitz deportee hidden in a double-bottom mug evaded detection by Nazis and historians for over 70 years.
What inspired these popular Art Deco-era pins, and what forced them out of fashion? A look at the story behind a style that’s similar to the brooch.
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Long before they encircled the necks of goth girls in the 1990s or were popularized by a princess in the late 1800s, chokers were donned by women in ancient civilizations to protect their throats.
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The exhibition is set up in Rome’s Museo di Roma-Palazzo Braschi and showcases how the serpent has been used in jewelry, art and design.
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