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South American and Pre-Colombian Jewels
South American and Pre-Colombian Jewels, in 1492 Christopher Columbus landed in America, introducing to Europe previously unknown populations and cultures, but at the same time, the greed in the courts of the Old Continent caused, in a few decades, the collapse of those same civilizations. Jewelry-making and the art of working gold and other precious metals did not escape from this fate and in the course of a century .

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Jewelry in the Mediterranean Basin
Jewelry in the Mediterranean Basin or the sea between “our lands” or Mare Nostrum, has always been the cradle and forge of a culture and handicraft that, notwithstanding the variety of people who live in it, maintains a basic foundation that can be considered a note of communal vibrancy. The waters of the Mediterranean have always been an optimal vehicle for the exchange of materials and manufactured products and .

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Scroll below and read about different materials. Silver ( STERLING SILVER ) is a bright coloured, shining, malleable metal, which is renowned for its great versatility. It can be laminated to the point where it becomes transparent. The fact that it is an excellent conductor of electricity, and extremely sensitive to light, means that it is widely used in the electric and photographic industries. Due to its non toxic and .

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anello fede turca-libanese quattro anelli argento
Fedi Turche
Fedi turche, gli anelli a ‘fede turca‘, ‘fede libanese‘ o ‘fede araba‘ si rifanno a diverse leggende o teorie circa la loro provenienza e significato. Di certamente provato non vi è nulla, pertanto riportiamo solo alcune narrazioni sul loro iniziale utilizzo successivamente tramandato. Fedi Turche SHOP ONLINE La fede turca e la leggenda del Sultano Una prima leggenda vuole che un tempo il Sultano Suleyman (Solimano il Magnifico) vedendo .

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India The Navaratna, Jewel with Nine Stones
India the Navaratna, jewel with nine stones in Sanskrit, where nava stands for nine and ratna for jewel; together with the saptaratna, seven gems, the pancharatna, five gems and the triratna, three gems, is part of a collection of amulets made by combining the stones in order to protect the bearer. The tradition of jewelry created by combining different stones originates in countries like India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Indonesia .

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spiral ethnic ring
Silver Jewelry in the tradition of Chinese ethnic minorities
Silver Jewelry in the tradition of Chinese ethnic minorities – China has 1 billion and 300 million inhabitants; of these, 92% belong to the Han Chinese population while the remaining 8% is divided into as many as 55 different ethnic groups, withdifferent culture, tradition and language. Therefore speaking of Chinese jewelry itself is a forced generalization that necessarily involves a further analysis which falls into the specifics of the .

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The Hand of Fatima in Africa
Hand of Fatima/Hamsa SHOP ONLINE Lettura in italiano  –  Lectura en español The Hand of Fatima in Africa – The symbolism of the Hand of Fatima/Miriam — or Hamsa — is very old, due to the primitive cults of both the Sumerians and the Babylonians, in the form of Inanna and then Ishtar, a derivation of the first, both goddesses linked to fertility, beauty and love in their carnal .

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Tuareg jewelry
Tuareg SHOP ONLINE Tuareg jewelry – Tamachek or Tamahaq: the name Twaregh derives from Arabic and in Berber means “inhabitant of Targa”, Libyan region in the Sahara Desert. Lettura in italiano  –  Lectura en español Also known as “blue men”, the Tuareg owe their name to the indigo turban, the taguelmust: worn by men to cover their heads and faces, leaves uncovered only their eyes and, because dyed with .

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