Amor Pistis. jewelry. July 06th , 2017.
Who doesn't know the most well-known patterns that symbolize eternity―the Celtic knots! The characteristics of these knots are the same as the infinity symbol, which makes these patterns very popular in jewelry making, especially the ones made for couples. In fact, most of them incorporate the infinity symbol around the famous Claddagh rings, which are the epitome of symbolizing love. Generally, they consist a heart that represents love, and crown that symbolizes loyalty, and two hands holding the heart that represents friendship―the true definition of love, we must say!
It is believed that the Egyptians were the first one to use the ancient symbol, Ouroboros, which was later used by other cultures as the symbol of infinity. The word is derived from the Greek words, 'oura' meaning tail, and 'boros' meaning eating. Yes, the symbol is nothing but that of a serpent eating its own tail. Serpents are representatives of reincarnation.
Traditionally speaking, these rings were worn on the right ring finger to emphasize its presence. Nowadays, women choose to wear it on any finger except the ring finger on the left hand. Since the engagement and wedding rings are worn on the left ring finger, a cocktail ring takes it place on pretty much any of the other fingers.
There are also the other pieces of wholesale Indian jewelry that you could get. These are the terracotta jewelry or the ones made with clay or those that are made with fine silver or gold wires that is woven into an intricately delicate design called the filigree. The ones made of beads or shells could also be bought under wholesale Indian jewelry. Although these type of Indian jewelry are less expensive, it doesn't make them less fun or stylish to wear.
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