jewelry. Sunday , August 20th , 2017 - 16:10:13 PM
In America, bracelets revived after the World War Two. The soldiers found them as souvenirs from various European cities when they visited their homes to see their families. From that time, beads became an important part of fashion jewelry and they are still being widely worn today.
The glitz and glamor of jewelry has always enticed women towards them. No matter what type it is - diamond jewelry, pearls, gold jewelry, gemstones, or rhinestones, all women love the razzle and dazzle of jewelry. One of the most prized possession of many women is their rhinestone jewelry. Rhinestones are artificial clear or colored stones made of high luster glass, paste or gem quartz, backed by foil that is intended to simulate diamonds. Earlier natural crystals from the bottom of river Rhine in Germany were substitutes for diamonds and hence the term rhinestones originated. However, like all jewelry, cleaning rhinestone jewelry is crucial for it to keep shining.
For example, many tribes are known to have the custom of burying the dead with their personal jewelry as it was a sign of wealth and prosperity. On the other hand many talismans, charms, amulets were worn by tribal people to ward off evil spirits. Such kind of symbolism has greatly invaded and captured jewelry designing, including tribal jewelry designs.
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