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Oriental Jewels
Oriental jewels, 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 .

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African Jewelry
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 .

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Native American Jewelry
Native American Jewelry, stories retold and passed down and archeological ruins testify to the great importance that the Native Americans attributed to jewelry in everyday life and, for millennia, they produced necklaces, pendants, bracelets, rings, earrings and buttons. The indigenous tribes of North America are multiple and various, with idioms and cultures that are often different from each other. Also religion changes from one tribe to another, but the .

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Parlano di noi, Gioielli Etnici e Artigianato internazionale
Ethnica: gioielli etnici e artigianato internazionale di sconfinato valore Parlano di noi, Gioielli Etnici e artigianato internazionale – pubblicato da Donna Moderna – Gioielli dal mondo, gioielli in argento, in pietre dure semipreziose e dalle lavorazioni artigianali. E poi bijoux, tessuti esotici e accessori: nel negozio di Verona o sull’e-shop  ETHNOS  la preziosa e selezionata vetrina di Ethnica propone manufatti autentici e di qualità che raccontano gli usi e .

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The Pentacle
Pentacle ONLINE SHOP Lettura in italiano  –  Lectura en español The pentacle, one of the oldest and most popular pagan symbols, was already known to Pythagoras and his disciples that believed it was a mystic emblem of perfection because it can be create it using a single closed, braided line: it is in fact represented by a five-pointed star enclosed in a circle. Since its origin dates back to .

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The Celtic Cross
The Celtic Cross, according to some scholars, the first Cross defined Celtic was found in a cave in the French Pyrenees, dating back to 10,000 BC circa; others see its origin as connected to Hindu symbology, representing the union between the masculine and the feminine. Celtic Cross SHOP ONLINE According to Irish tradition, the Celtic Cross was introduced in these regions by St. Patrick, as a symbol of the .

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The Triskelion
Celtic Triskele SHOP ONLINE Lettura in italiano  –  Lectura en español The triskelion or triskele, is the best known Celtic symbol, and embodies the power of the number Three; it usually consists of three spirals joined together, but it can also be represented by the union of three other decoratif elements. For the Celts, the meaning of this symbol varied depending on the direction of rotation of the spiral: if .

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The Poupèe Ashanti
Ashanti products on ethnos The Poupèe Ashanti, in all African cultures, the doll has a deep and special meaning, which follows the traditions of the tribe to which it belongs. Lettura in italiano  –  Lectura en español The social function of these objects is fundamental and well defined, although it may have different shades from tribe to tribe: female fertility is the basis of African society and is a .

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