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Celtic Symbols
Here you can find our Celtic products on ethnos It is not possible to speak of Celtic jewelry without making an introduction on Celtic culture. Scholars call Celts those people who gave birth to a civilization that developed around 1000 BC in Hallstatt (Austria), to reach its highest artistic, social and spiritual expression in 300 BC, spreading throughout Europe from England to Spain, France and Germany. Although there are no .
Oriental Jewelry
Oriental Jewelry, with its particular richness of precious, colored patterns, brings back to us an atmosphere of magic, mystical and fascinating, reconciling elements of maximum splendor and elegance with themes from a deep cultural tradition. Asia was inhabited mostly by populations of nomadic shepherds who considered their jewelry as wealth, as it was easily transportable and convertible to cash. Next to its function in commercial exchange, its meaning linked to .
Rings, History and Meanings
Here you can find our Rings on ethnos, in the size as your request The use of the ring in the daily lives of different populations is present since ancient times: Egyptians, Incas and Romans wore this kind of ornament, often decorated with carvings of gods or emperors, thus emphasizing the power of the wearer. Only certain social categories, such as priests or prominent people in the community, were worthy .
African Jewelry
The African continent represents to the world of jewelry the power of symbolism. Everything in this country -metals, minerals, organic materials- becomes an embellishment for the body of the natives, often brought to the extreme with decorative elements that reach a considerable size: feathers, teeth, horns, skulls of small rodents are used as amulets and fetishes, recurring elements in this particular handicraft. In the variety of its tribes and in .
The Runes
Here you can find our Runes products on ethnos The sure facts regarding this ancient form of divination are few: it is difficult to know both the exact dating or the precise location of their birth on the continent, but we know that these signs were known and used in Sweden already during the Bronze Age, about 1300 BC, used as a written alphabet to draw up legal documents .