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Men's jewelry

There have been times in history when men wore as much (or even more!) jewellery as women. Historically, men were the first to wear diamond jewellery, for example, representing invincibility and immortality! In recent years, the concept of 'masculinity' has become less significant and with it, the traditional boundaries between male and female fashion have become blurred. Although jewellery was usually seen as something feminine, we now see men experimenting with it more than ever!

We found 11 objects
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Pocket watch

Glass, Silver
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Chatelaine

1834 - 1837 - Kooiman Jacob, van den Dool Hillebertus Hollart
Silver
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Chatelaine

1750 - 1800
Silver
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Stickpin with jockey cap and etui

1832 - 1869 - DIVA, Museum voor Edelsmeedkunst, Juwelen en Diamant DIVA
Gold, Jasper, Ruby
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Chatelaine

1863 - 1887 - Verroen Theodorus
Silver
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Stickpin with horsehead and etui

1832 - 1869
Gold, Silk, Silver, Velvet
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Stickpin with snake and etui

1832 - 1869 - DIVA, Museum voor Edelsmeedkunst, Juwelen en Diamant DIVA
Diamond, Gold, Sapphire
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Stickpin with fly and etui

1832 - 1869 - DIVA, Museum voor Edelsmeedkunst, Juwelen en Diamant DIVA
Enamel (fused coating) , Gold, Lapis lazuli
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Cufflink

1953/09/01 - 1979 - Schoorl jr. Aldert
Silver
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Pocket watch

1880 - 1934
Enamel (fused coating) , Glass, Gold
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Chatelaine

1800 - 1900
Silver