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Sterling silver bali thin oval turquoise poison rings.

Item id: 979-959.
New 925 sterling silver poison ring. Genuine thin turquoise stone on a oval box. Has a hidden box on top of the ring. Has a working lid. Holds small objects or in ancient day, a small amount of poison. Lids have a latch to keep it closed. These rings are also known as prayer rings and treasure and keepsake rings.

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Sterling silver locket hand made leaf design prayer box necklace with amethyst stone.

Item id: 291-069.
New 925 sterling silver locket. Faceted amethyst stone. Hand made bali prayer box necklace. These bali prayer boxes are also known as a poison boxes or keepsake pendants. The keepsake prayer box has a functioning lid that opens and closes.

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Holiday Deals Here we offer solid sterling silver jewelry for those special christmas gifts, holiday gifts or other gift giving occasions at great savings. Unique silver jewelry and hard to find gifts ideas, that you won't find just anywhere. Browse our sterling silver earrings, sterling silver rings, sterling silver necklaces, harmony balls and more. We are so sure you will love our jewelry that we offer a no questions asked, 100% money back guarantee!

History of earrings.

Baubles, bangles and beads of silver have been adorning human earlobes as earrings for as long as five centuries. Not all of their displays, however, were for the purpose of allowing the wearer to make a glamorous fashion statement. Learn how hairstyles, hats, hedonism, economics, and the media have all contributed to the evolution and popularity of this stylish accessory known as earrings.

Pierced earrings first made their debut in the Middle East as early as 3,000 B.C. and were intended to provide strangers with a quick and easy clue as to the wearer's religious, political or tribal identity.

Silver earrings were also an indicator of the individual's social status in the community and were worn as a matter of choice and pride by those who were in power and as a label of inferiority and shame by those who were enslaved.

Originally crafted of metals that could be bent, flattened and twisted into unique designs and hoops, earrings became more elaborate in the second century A.D. when assorted gems were introduced.

During the Middle Ages in Europe, the fad of fancy ear bobs that had caught on with society's elite was pushed aside in the excitement of gigantic hats, towering wigs and high collars--a combination that would either completely obscure any ornamentation dangling from one's earlobes or cause it to get tangled in fabric and voluminous locks of hair.

With the transition in necklines and more subdued hairstyles at the seventeenth century Italian courts, earrings were once more back in vogue and part of a well-heeled lady's bragging rights that her husband could keep her in frivolous luxury.

A century later, however, earrings went back into hiding with the advent of bonnets that framed the face and hugged both sides of the head with wide sashes. With the arrival of 1900, elegant hair piled on top of the head or brushed back into a sleek chignon not only delighted jewelers once more but also led to the subsequent invention of clip-on earrings that were considered more sanitary.

The rise of both the movie and the modeling industries put the allure of the earring on its biggest platform ever, with women of all ages wanting to emulate the fashion sense of film stars and cover girls who clearly knew how to accessorize.

As for men, the option of wearing an earring dates back prior to Biblical times and, in later centuries, came to be associated with rogues such as pirates and explorers.

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