jewelry. Thursday , March 01st , 2018 - 14:33:17 PM
The use of elephant hair in making jewelry can be traced back thousands of years. From the continent of Africa to the continent of Asia, it was used all over the world. Its popularity rose after the British conquered and started their rule over many of these countries. Killing endangered animals like tigers and elephants became a sport to pass time and their bones, skins, and hair were used to make gifts that could be given to superiors and their families.
There are numerous ornaments, such as, bracelets, cuffs, bangles, necklaces, pendants, rings, earrings, anklets, etc. The purpose of each of these is to enhance the femininity of the woman and beautifully highlight her best features. Among all these jewels, neck-pieces like, necklaces and pendants are the most notable. They divert the attention more to the neck and face. They accentuate the facial features and make the face more pleasant to look at. A large segment of women in almost every part of the world have upgraded themselves with the coming of modernity and adopted the latest fashion trends as well. And since wearing necklaces every now and then would be overplaying with the physical appearance, women prefer to wear pendants more.
One of the more amazing types of these jewels is the Roman Glass pendants. But we're not talking about regular pendants but rather Jewish pendants. These are pendants shaped like different Jewish symbols such as Star of David, Hamsa and Chai. Once you combine these with the beautiful Roman Glass, it creates a magnificent affect. As the Roman Glass is authentic and was used during the time of the Second Temple, it truly connects you to the Jewish heritage. The different Jewish pendants also do just that. They are ancient symbols, each holding deep meaning. Once you wear such a jewel, you can't help but feel the connection to the Jewish heritage and the Jewish people.
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