jewelry. Friday , May 05th , 2017 - 14:02:52 PM
Necklace is regarded as the most beautiful and traditional form of jewelry in India. It is also considered the most elegant of all ornaments. India has always been looked upon as the land of jewelry and the Indian necklace even today is a 'must have' in one's trousseau. The Indian necklace carries a lot of conventional and sentimental value inhered to it. Sometimes it is passed on from generation to generation, in order to preserve those sentiments and tradition adhered to it. But the established fact about necklace is that it adorns the svelte neck of a woman to evince the daintiness and beauty of womanhood. Traditional, classical, or fiercely contemporary, our collection of diamond necklaces and diamond pendants and silver and gold necklaces are breathtaking, whatever your style.
Since the time immemorial, the cultural traditions have influenced, in one way or the other, the designs of jewellery. While fashion jewelry may or may not speak to culture, it does speak to the people about the personality of the wearer. It has less to do with the cultures and traditions per se. With the advancement in the lifestyles of people, developments have been seen in the designs of jewellery as well. While earlier fine jewelry with hefty designs was prevalent, today the same precious metal is being used to create slender and lighter pieces of jewelry. And yet, it cannot be said with certainty that silver and gold jewelry have achieved what fashion jewelry has.
The name David in ancient Hebrew is made up of three letters "Dalet", "Vav" and "Dalet". The letter Dalet in ancient Hebrew is actually a triangle. King David used the six pointed star as his signature. The six-points symbolize that God rules over the universe and protects us from all six directions: North, South, East, West, Up and Down. King David used this symbol in the battlefield on his shield as an omen from God.
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