Jewelry Meaning in Historical Culture

Just because we’re #minimalists doesn’t mean we don’t understand the implication to stack the jewels. In some historical cultures, jewelry was worn in partnership with war paint, demonstrating the readiness of the wearer to protect.

In modern times, we translate these motives as part of taking care of our kin. Jewelry in this way is much more about what the wearer does and who the wearer is, rather than beautification alone.

Here at Revolution Lancaster, we take care of all of our sisters by providing them with meaningful work and offering handcrafted jewelry.

Shopping from ethically made or small batch brands offers care for artisans and the community at large. With fast fashion on the rise, carefully selected fashion efforts feels like supporting neighbor.