"Jewelry is something that has to do with emotion." Ann Demeulemeester
The etymology of filigree: "1690s, shortening of filigreen (1660s), from French filigrane "filigree" (17c.), from Italian filigrana, from Latin filum "thread, wire" + granum "grain." www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=filigree
FILIGREE is the Our Daily Challenge topic for Monday 11 June 2016.