The New Stone Age:
Carol Woolton is a jewellery historian, editor, stylist and jewellery editor at British Vogue for twenty years where she remains as Contributing Jewellery Director.
She was the first jewellery editor of Tatler Magazine and has contributed widely to magazines, newspapers and online supplements around the world including The Financial Times, Vanity Fair, Air Mail, American Vogue and the Daily Telegraph.
She curates jewellery exhibitions and is the author of five books covering the broad spectrum of antique and historic jewels to contemporary styles. More recently, she explored a century of style in Vogue: The Jewellery and Ideas and inspiration for living with crystals in The New Stone Age.
“Reading this during a pandemic with anxiety levels at their height and feelings of needed something to believe in and hold onto, this is one of those books that couldn’t have been timed better in its release.” – Forbes Life
“The photos, expertly dug from the magazine’s archive… are everything you would wish them to be, Woolton’s commentary is discreet and judicious, and the design is striking in its elegance.” – Daily Mail