Jewelry isn’t just a fashion accessory. Of course, it possesses a long history of adornment, dating back to ancient times. But there’s something deep inside of us, eons old, that feels the need to wear metals and gems.
Jewelry used to serve as charms or talismans, guarding us from evil, bad luck, ghosts, magic spells and the like. Sometimes the uses were practical. Tibetan monks, for instance, wore bell anklets as a peaceful method to warn bugs to get out of the way.And even today, most of us will confess to owning something considered a “lucky charm” that we don before special events, trips, etc.
Today, we wear jewelry to dress up our outfit, for the most part, or to accentuate our face. But we must remember, wearing jewelry has a rich history.
So when you choose your next piece of jewelry, find a piece that really calls for you. Get in touch with you adorning and ancient roots.
Ancient Greek Jewelry
Not So Ancient Jewelry designed by Joseph Schubach
“Sun” pendant with a 1/3ct Gemesis cultured diamond with fancy yellow or orange color, and .14ct t.w. natural round pave’ set diamonds. The pendant sits on a 16″ black rubber cord with a 14kt gold clasp. Approximately 5/8″ tall.
Available Metal: 14kt White Gold, Yellow Gold And Platinum
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