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John Smedley unveil their newly designed flagship store

Posted: 10 September 2009

Last night the Junior team attended the unveiling of the newly re-designed John Smedley store on Brook Street, Mayfair. Designed by the Four IV design group, who have also created interiors for luxury boutiques Emporio Armani, Mulberry, Harvey Nichols and Duchamp. The store is filled out with dark oak, slate steel fittings and floors of pale stones sourced from John Smedley's local Derbyshire home. In the basement the children’s collections feature beautiful knits in the form of brightly colored cardigans, their classic three button merino wool sweater and a selection of beautiful merino wool girl’s berets with velvet trims.

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jewelry has a a history that literally spans hundreds of years and several countries. In Africa and India, native craftsmen first created adornments just made of the natural materials on hand. It was the Egyptians who are credited with first utilizing a full array of materials to construct their beads and


. Along the Nile River, 4500 years ago, gold was originally the favorite material for jewelry making. However, as the art progressed, different materials also became very popular. Amazingly, Egyptians often favored the use of glass to express color as opposed to actual gems because of their versatility.
In African culture,

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assumed a variety of meanings. Aside from simple adornment, the type of jewelry worn indicated a person's status, the level of wealth, and spiritual beliefs. At one time, a bride in a Ghanian tribe would receive a beaded belt from her new husband as a wedding gift that put everyone on notice that she was, from henceforth, a married woman.

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jewelry also played a part in local superstitions.

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