From the ancient times, we loved to decorate ourselves, form shells, animal teets, feathers, bones and reeds, all the way to aristocratic jewels that are kept in Museums.
So, why do we decorate ourselves?
In the 40's, American Psychologist Abraham Maslow discovered 'Hierarchy of Needs' a pyramid with human needs.
It was invented by Ancient Egypt. Archaeologists found bracelets in ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia and Chine even 7 000 years ago. Early bracelets are made of slender tree limbs, shells and grasses and then bronze and copper. After the bronze age bracelets are made of silver and gold. They become a symbol of status and wealth.