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Original Bracelets

The TIahra firm has released its new line of bracelets, a collection that has not left anyone indifferent. Due to both its handmade production and the incorporation of natural stones, the final result is original bracelets that do not go unnoticed.

Another notable aspect is their finishes, they are bathed in gold and also have a lacquer so that the bathroom lasts. If we add to this that the bracelets are adjustable to be able to adapt to any type of wrist, the success of this collection is assured.

To be inspired by this new collection of bracelets, Tiahra has turned to the etymology of the word and the use that was made of them in ancient times to adapt it to new times.

A LITTLE HISTORY ABOUT THE ORIGIN OF THE BRACELETS

The age of the bracelet is similar to that of the ring, if not higher, since specimens have been found in Ancient Egyptian mummies and in European prehistoric burials from the Bronze Age, and it is often seen represented in reliefs of characters from the Old Empire. Assyrian. The oldest date back to the Neolithic, being these in the form of pieces of perforated shells.

It is known of the existence of bracelets and bangles from all ancient civilizations beginning with the prehistoric Bronze Age, which usually have a simple spiral or circular shape. They are followed by the Egyptians, cylindrical in shape and in two pieces, embellished with inlaid stones and typical emblems of the style. The Phoenicians, are made in the form of open rings and ended in animal heads. The Greeks and Romans have circular or spiral shapes, imitating a snake and are often adorned with stones and medals. From the Byzantine Empire it is clear, from the mosaics and miniatures of its origin, that the bracelet was also used by the upper classes. However, it must not have been very common, and even less so in the West (with the exception of the Northern European regions), judging by the very few remains of such accessories that the Middle Ages have left us. In the 15th century, knights reestablished their use as currency in games of arms and in the Modern Age, ladies as a luxury item.

Over time, bracelets have evolved and have been manufactured in different ways and with different elements.

THE USE OF BRACELETS IN DIFFERENT CULTURES AND CIVILIZATIONS

Ancient civilizations used bracelets or bracelets on their wrists because they believed that metals were related to the stars and influenced the life cycles of man. In the Hindu subcontinent, the inhabitants, especially women, used multiple accessories, for their hair, neck and ears, and especially their arms, they used them completely covered by bracelets and bracelets. The Greeks, more than a production of accessories and bracelets, dedicated themselves more to sculpture, for this reason the ornaments that they carried in their hands and body in general, were sculpted miniatures that represented religious and mythological figures or heroic scenes. Currently, the ornaments that we use are not as primitive as those that were used in those times. Now with so much technology it has been possible to carve in gold, silver, diamonds, emeralds and rubies, figures that range from the very famous cross, to happy faces, shoes, keys, hearts and countless objects that we observe in the daily life of our lives. .

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