German archaeologists have uncovered the world’s oldest purse, and to our surprise, canine teeth were the rhinestones of the past!  The teeth were discovered in a surface coal mine not far from Leipzig, next to the body of a woman buried between 2,500 and 2,200 B.C. Apparently, dog teeth were a common embellishment in the Stone Age and were also used to make necklaces and hair ornaments. Click ahead to check out the style of the past.