Silver Charms Australia

Silver Charms Australia

Charm bracelets are delightful and beautiful Jewellery that can last for a lifetime. Their durability is contributed by the new pieces that are evolving to mark special occasions. Silver charms have gained popularity among men and women who came from different social classes and culture.
The practice of wearing these treasured pieces of Jewellery is being passed from one generation to another. The following are the main categories of types of occasions where charms are worn.

Special Occasions
Charms are favourite gifts used to mark special occasions. Silver charms may be worn or given as presents on a person’s birthday or graduation. The charm may feature a wide range of plants, animals, or insects.
In silver charms Australia the popular choices include various types of leaves, bees, cats, and ladybirds. The variation of the tree-life feature which has a spiritual meaning on some people is also popular.

Love, Luck, and Inspiration
Most of the silver charms turn to represent protection, inspiration, love, and luck. These features are usually accompanied by quotes that encourage enduring love, self-belief, and good luck. Silver charms Australia has a variety of silver charms that can be presented to a person as a sign or gift of a significant transition in life.
Spiritual and Religious Symbols
Charms have been a popular choice for spiritual symbols meant to bring blessings and show possession of faith. Most silver charms are worn when marking an important religious occasion such as remembrance of a loved one or baptism. They are also worn to provide comfort during hard times.

Conclusion
Silver charms are of quality due to their preciousness as well as their contribution to the appearance of a person. There is a meaning and relevance when wearing a charm.
Silver charms Australia makes beautiful pieces of silver charms that are precious and worth the purpose. It is advisable to consult these professionals for the best choice of silver charms.

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Rose Gold Rings

Rose Gold Rings

I love these new Gold rings we have in store check Em out

This Gold ring Add a sophisticated finishing touch to any outfit with this elegant women’s rings. The 14K Gold material has a bright, shiny finish that will always be in style. The unique quality of this beautiful radiant-cut ring enhances your individual style.

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Gold Ring

This Gold ring Add a sophisticated finishing touch to any outfit with this elegant women’s rings. The 14K Gold material has a bright, shiny finish that will always be in style. The unique quality of this beautiful radiant-cut ring enhances your individual style.

Pandora charms or NOT

Pandora charms or NOT

For the longest time, Pandora has had the market to themselves. But in recent years I believe they have become the charm that symbolises greed within a company. pandora charms are indeed made in Thailand for the reason that labour is cheaper in country like Thailand and China. so why does the charm company charge so much for it’s product . its simple the bottom line in profits. let’s face the facts there are many companies out their now making and selling Quality charms for half the price. and the quality is no different. But if the ALE logo means more than the price tag well I guess paying the extra must seem worth the price . for me I would rather have two charms for the price I would pay for one pandora and forget about the stamp
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Silver charms

Silver charms

The wearing of charms may have begun as a form of amulet or talisman to ward off evil spirits or bad luck.

During the pre-historic period, jewellery charms would be made from shells, animal bones and clay. Later charms were made out of gems, rocks, and wood.

For instance, there is evidence from Africa that shells were used for adornments around 75,000 years ago. In Germany intricately carved mammoth tusk charms have been found from around 30,000 years ago. In ancient Egypt, charms were used for identification and as symbols of faith and luck. Charms also served to identify an individual to the gods in the afterlife.

During the Roman Empire, Christians would use tiny fish charms hidden in their clothing to identify themselves to other Christians. Jewish scholars of the same period would write tiny passages of Jewish law and put them in amulets around their necks to keep the law close to their heart at all times. Medieval knights wore charms for protection in battle. Charms also were worn in the Dark Ages to denote family origin and religious and political convictions.

Charm bracelets have been the subject of several waves of trends. The first charm bracelets were worn by Assyrians, Babylonians, Persians, and Hittites and began appearing from 600 – 400 BC.

For example, Queen Victoria wore charm bracelets that started a fashion among the European noble classes. She was instrumental to the popularity of charm bracelets, as she “loved to wear and give charm bracelets. When her beloved Prince Albert died, she even made “mourning” charms popular; lockets of hair from the deceased, miniature portraits of the deceased, charm bracelets carved in the jet.” mewe-jewelry

 

info via https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charm_bracelet

 

Silver Rings

Silver Rings

Silver Rings are always a hit with most ladies, But here is some fun facts

1. The word ‘silver’ comes from the Anglo-Saxon word ‘seolfor’.

2. Silver objects have been found dating as far back as 4000 BC. Historians believe it was first discovered around a thousand years before that.

3. Ancient civilizations learned how to separate silver from lead around 3000BC.

4. In ancient Egypt, silver was valued much more highly than gold.

5. Silver gets a mention in the Bible.

6. Silver was one of the first five elements discovered, along with gold, copper, lead and iron and has been mined for over 6000 years.

7. Silver jewellery was often associated with special powers by ancient civilizations; they believed it brought healing powers, good fortune, and warded off evil spirits.

8. There was a consecutive shortage of silver production between 2007 and 1990.

9. In the middle ages, a pound of currency was literally a pound of silver in weight.

10. The Phoenicians stored water, wine and vinegar in silver bottles to avoid bacteria contaminating the liquids.

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Sterling Silver Jewelry

Sterling Silver Jewelry

Sterling Silver Jewelry – The Difference Between Sterling Silver and 925 Silver. … When 92.5% of pure silver is mixed with 7.5% of other metals (often copper, nickel or zinc) the resulting alloy is called sterling silver. To identify it as such, the number 925 is stamped upon the silver, often in a hidden part of the jewellery.

Fake or Real The easiest test to do is to use a magnet. Attractive, shiny metals, such as silver, gold and platinum, are non-ferrous materials, meaning that they are not magnetic. Take a piece of “silver” jewellery and place it near a magnet; if it is attracted to it, then it is not sterling silver. It is stainless steel that is highly polished to look like silver.

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Engagement rings

History of the Engagement ring

Although the ancient Egyptians are sometimes credited with having invented the engagement ring, and the ancient Greeks with having adopted the tradition, the history of the engagement ring can only be reliably traced as far back as ancient Rome

The mid-7th century Visigothic Code required “that when the ceremony of betrothal has been performed, …, and the ring shall have been given or accepted as a pledge, although nothing may have been committed to writing, the promise shall, under no circumstances, be broken.

In the 20th century, if he could afford it, the typical Western groom privately selected and purchased an engagement ring, which he then presented to his desired bride when he proposed marriage. The online purchase of engagement rings is growing, disrupting the market for the diamonds by bringing greater transparency to an industry that has traditionally relied on opacity. Online diamond retailers like mewe-jewelry