鑲 Charms -橄欖玉梨 Olive Jade Pear
Charms can be traced back to the Neolithic Period when pieces of bone, shell, and wood were strung on leather into elaborate bracelets. Through the Bronze Age and Ancient Egypt, charms were used as amulets or talismans to ward off evil and bring good luck to the wearer. These charms were carved to look like animals or symbols and had important symbolic significance.
In the Victorian Era, people use gold charms as personal symbols, such as lockets containing portraits or locks of hair from loved ones. These charms were hung from bracelets, necklaces, and watch chains, and were the precursors to the charm bracelets we are most familiar with today. In ancient China, it was common to hang charms around the waist.
We still use charms in this way today, to tell the story of our lives. Whether you wear them to show off the places you’ve traveled, or to mark important occasions in your life, charms bring joy to everyone that wears them.
- Material: Sterling Silver, Freshwater Pearl, Jade, Shell, and Agate
- Length: 1.5 - 2 cm
- Listing is for one charm
- The color, luster, shape, texture, and size of natural materials cannot be exactly the same as in the demonstration photos. The uncertainty is the beauty of natural materials. By placing an order, you agree to accept their unique looks!
- 3 Charms Discount will be automatically applied your shopping cart
- Charms 瓖 系列 -
- 尺寸：長約1.5 - 2 公分