Gioielli etnici Persiani | Orecchini con pavoni in argento e smalti

Gioielli etnici Persiani | Orecchini con pavoni in argento e smalti

240,00 

Bellissimi Orecchini in argento, realizzati con due leggere piastre unite tra loro, sagomate e lavorate a sbalzo raffiguranti due pavoni affrontati, motivo decorativo che risale all’epoca Sasanide, ultima dinastia Persiana prima dell’avvento dell’islamismo. 

Nelle antiche usanze di questi popoli – non dimentichiamo che la Persia era chiamata anche Regno del Pavone – due pavoni erano raffigurati simmetrici ai lati del tronco dell’Albero della Vita, ad esprimere la dualità come anche l’unità superiore. La simbologia di questo soggetto è resa ancor più importante dalla tradizione della divulgazione della fede islamica, in base alla quale il profeta Maometto, prima della creazione, era egli stesso un essere di luce splendente dall’aspetto di un pavone. 
Queste due lamine sono state poi smaltate a fuoco con un brillante blu cobalto sullo sfondo e ruggine per i dettagli degli animali. A completare il tutto, sette piccoli pendenti con inserito per ciascuno un vecchio corallino rosso. 
Pregevoli ornamenti, sono interessanti sia da indossare, visto il loro modesto peso, sia da collezionare.

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COD: AYE514 Categoria: Collezione: Mondo Orientale

Scheda Prodotto

Altezza7 cm
Larghezza4.2 cm
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Beautiful silver Earrings made with two light plates joined together, shaped and embossed to represent two peacocks facing each other, a decorative element that dates back to the Sassanian, the last Persian dynasty before the advent of Islam. 
In the ancient customs of these people – do not forget that Persia was also called The Peacock Kingdom – when two peacocks were depicted symmetrically on either side of the trunk of the Tree of Life it symbolized both duality and an higher unit. The symbolism of this subject is made even more prominent by the tradition of the divulgation of the Islamic faith, according to which the Prophet Muhammad, before the creation, was himself a being made of shining light that looked like a peacock. 
These two plates has been then fire-glazed with a brilliant cobalt blue in the background and with a rust color to accentuate the animals’ details. To top it all, seven small pendants with an old red coral each have been placed as an ulterior decor. 
Precious ornaments, these earrings are interesting both as wearable light jewels and as a collectible.

Beautiful silver Earrings made with two light plates joined together, shaped and embossed to represent two peacocks facing each other, a decorative element that dates back to the Sassanian, the last Persian dynasty before the advent of Islam. 
In the ancient customs of these people – do not forget that Persia was also called The Peacock Kingdom – when two peacocks were depicted symmetrically on either side of the trunk of the Tree of Life it symbolized both duality and an higher unit. The symbolism of this subject is made even more prominent by the tradition of the divulgation of the Islamic faith, according to which the Prophet Muhammad, before the creation, was himself a being made of shining light that looked like a peacock.
These two plates has been then fire-glazed with a brilliant cobalt blue in the background and with a rust color to accentuate the animals’ details. To top it all, seven small pendants with an old red coral each have been placed as an ulterior decor. 
Precious ornaments, these earrings are interesting both as wearable light jewels and as a collectible.

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