The History Of Chokers

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  • Published on:  6/14/2017
  • Choker necklaces: a relic of the 1990s or the 2590s BC? I take a closer look into the history of one of my favorite trends from elementary school and adulthood: the choker. From gold beads to plastic, it's definitely evolved over the past few thousand years. Don’t forget to click the bell to turn on post notifications!This video is NOT sponsored!Safiya's Nextbeat: IMAGESAncient Egyptian jewellery / Ann Ronan PicturesJewellery from the 'Royal Cemetery' at Ur, Sumeria, Ancient Iraq, Early Dynastic III, about 2600 BC. / CM DixonVogue 1926 / Edward SteichenVogue 1924 / Edward SteichenGundestrup Cauldron / CM DixonMasai women performing a traditional dance in a Masai / Wolfgang KaehlerPortrait of a Masai women with glass bead jewelry in a Masai / Wolfgang KaehlerThousands of Zulu maidens gather for annual Reed Dance / Per-Anders PetterssonYoung Zulu women, South Africa / De Agostini Picture LibraryCountrywoman in traditional clothing of Lower Austria, wearing a scarf and a struma necklace, 1867, Photograph / Imagno 1862: Queen Victoria of Great Britain (1819 - 1901) / Hulton ArchiveAugust 1899 Cover of the Poster Magazine by Albert Morrow / Historical Picture Archive Victorian Hairstyle / General Photographic AgencyRihanna's 8th Album Artwork Reveal / Christopher PolkStreet Style At The 2015 Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival / Rachel MurraySOURCES Imageswww.loc.govwww.edgar-degas.orgThe Metropolitan Museum7000s Years Of JewelrySurvey Of Historic Costume NationDo What I DoWater MusicGoing UptownTeamVery Naughty BoyBlue FunkMind The GapCruisin'SFXvia AudioBlocks