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Pendants

Popular Jewelry Types
Pendants: Lucky, Spiritual and Stylish

All through previous portions of our history, it was a widespread practice to have on a charm, to attract certain situations to catch the attention of a potential life partner or the conceiving of children. People wore charms to attract wealth to their lives and their homes, or to beckon favorable fertility conditions, which would produce a good harvest to be able to feed their families. Sailors wore charms to safeguard them while out at sea and soldiers carried or wore charms to protect them in their crusades. A great many of these charms were worn as pendants on a necklace of twine or a chain of precious metal.


The Egyptian goldsmiths were highly skilled in fashioning the objects they wore as amulets, and pendants, as early as 3000 BC. Egyptian jewelry was extremely representational and proportioned to their defined religious and mystical meanings. The falcon, lotus, scarab and serpent were all incorporated into their pendants, in one form or another. The Assyrian, Babylonian as well as the Persian civilizations fashioned pendants as a form of charms. The ancient Greek styles of jewelry bear a resemblance to masterpieces of miniature figurines and sculptures depicting elaborate figures of humans as well as mythological figures and extensive daily and heroic scenes, which were fashionable ornamentation for their pendants. Greek jewelry became graciously detailed and ultimately develop into accomplish works of art.



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Pendants were a particularly desired jewelry types. Greek women occasionally adorned themselves in necklaces with an assortment in multitude of glamorous pendants, ranging from animal to flower figures, which were enhanced with 14-karat gold filigree. Romans incorporated many styles from previous cultures and supplemented their own views. In keeping with the splendor of their fashion, their taste in jewelry enhanced in its size and with more exaggeration, than their predecessors had ever been. They began to using colorful gemstones, employing such precious gems as emeralds, rubies, sapphires, and pearls. The Italian Etruscans of the 8th century fashioned pendants that were hollowed out in the middle, which could be filled with their perfumes. The Italians are notwithstanding in being recognized for their elegant high quality fashion of golden designs to this day. After the fall of Rome, in the middle ages, the styling of jewelry began to move away from scenes illustrating mythological figures and epic panoramas, and became ornaments used for adornment pendants of the crucifix, and other religious emblems and holy relics.


The fascination with amulets charms, and pendants continue today. People maintain the use of pendant necklaces to tell the tale of their existence, whether it is a down-to-earth birthstone pendant, or a well-loved zodiac sign pendant, the objects we adorn ourselves with make a statement about whom we are, and that is what jewelry is all about. Personal as well as jewelry taste, style and statements have altered since the beginning of time, but our affection for alluring, treasured adornments has never faded away. Pendants are reminders of something that is special to us, choosing the pendant best for you, is understanding that meaningful endearment of your heart, and then finding the ornament to best compliment that flattering tribute.




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