Kamis, 09 Juli 2015
The ring serves as jewelery
The ring serves as jewelery, traditionally, the ring is usually a part of the wedding ceremony. Given at weddings, engagement, or as a gift given as an expression of allegiance and a sign of affection. The habit of giving and receiving a ring began more than 4,800 years ago. Wedding rings are usually mounted on the ring finger. This habit stems from the belief Tudor dynasty of the 16th century that the left hand ring finger associated with blood vessels that are directly related to the heart, therefore, wear it on the finger showed that the wearer is in a relationship. Is a circular ring finger jewelry. Ring worn by both women atupun men. Traditionally rings are usually made of precious metals; such as gold, silver, and platinum. Other metals such as stainless steel, chrome, iron, bronze, brass, and copper are also commonly used. The ring can be shaped plain, carved, or encrusted with diamonds, gems, or agate. Now the ring is made of many materials, such as plastic, wood, bone, jade, glass, rubber and other materials. Bracelet Bracelets can serve as jewelry or as a marker of the status of people who wear it. Bracelets have been used throughout history by men and women. Used either as jewelry or to mark differences in many cultures. In some cultures, bracelets can signify status and social class users. The nobility, the royal family or wealthy people usually use a fancy bracelet of precious metals such as gold and silver and jeweled. In the ancient Middle Eastern cultures and the ancient Romans, bracelet or necklace special collar worn by the slaves to mark their status. Now in modern times bracelet can also be attached to a label, tag, or a sheet of written identity of the person who wears it. Use this example as a hospital patient wristbands or bracelets tag at a club or a concert audience. The use of other contemporary example of friendship bracelets, bracelets worn the same pair or group of friends, or colorful rubber bands that show particular solidarity theme, such as HIV-AIDS solidarity, nationalism, or other solidarity theme. Traditionally, usually a bracelet made of precious metals; such as gold, silver, platinum or other precious metals, as well as a series of strands of pearls or beads. Sometimes bracelet inlaid precious stones such as diamonds and gems. There is also the bracelet is engraved on the rock intact as jade. In addition to metal or mineral rocks, some bracelet made from plant fibers, such as wood or roots (eg bracelet root bahar), or plant fibers woven and braided. Currently the material used for the manufacture of necklaces are quite diverse, for example; iron, steel, bronze, copper, ceramic, glass, fruit seeds saga, cloth, stone, rattan, wood, bamboo, horns, skin, bones, shells, rubber, plastic, and many more. Usually shaped chain bracelets and pendants are sometimes added, Pendan or pendulum as a sweetener. Bracelets already as old as human civilization. Watch prehistoric stone beads form most likely forged as a bracelet or necklace. Gold bracelet carved scarab beetle has been around since 5000 BC in Ancient Egypt. Meas bracelets are also found in other civilizations such as the Babylonian civilization, Persian, Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, ancient India and China The Indonesian archipelago ethnic groups such as the Batak, Nias, Dayak tribe in Sumbawa and others have known jewelry such as bracelets, necklaces, and accessories form the crown as a marker of status, especially for a king or chieftain. In the classical culture of Hindu-Buddhist period in the Indonesian islands of Java and Bali, bracelet jewelry is also one of the attributes of those who wear them status markers. The nobility, the royal family, and the rich wore gold bracelets as jewelry and a marker of social status.