Crocheted wire bracelet cuff by Zegna Aston

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Where did the name ‘bracelet’ come from?
The first known bracelets were worn by Sumerians who lived in Mesopotamia (modern day Iraq) around 2500 B.C.E. Jewelry of all kinds was a sign of a person’s prosperity. Bracelets and other jewelry were found in the royal tombs in the ancient city of Ur in Mesopotamia. It was customary for jewelry to be buried with their owners, along with their servants. Servants probably prayed to their ancient gods for a long life for their masters because of this.

Swarovski Crystal Cross Cuff Bracelet. Silver. Red. Chrocheted
In ancient Greece, men and soldiers wore bands of leather on their forearms for protection. Sometimes these bands were decorated with precious metals and gemstones. They were known as Bracels, derived from the Latin word Brachium, which meant ‘arm’. Ladies were not about to be outdone by men, and so they adopted the ‘fashion’ and wore smaller versions of them, called little bracels, or bracel-ets.

Rainbow Sea Jasper Copper Wire Cuff

Bracelets made of copper are thought by some to aid in relieving the pain of arthritis. The body absorbs the copper and somehow relieves the pain. This has not been proven but people being people still wear copper bracelets, for fashion if not for pain relief. But don’t copper bracelets turn some people’s wrists green? Maybe it’s all part of the fashion statement.

Unlike other forms of jewelry, bracelets have always been in vogue throughout recorded history, and been worn by men and women. The concept of unisex jewelry is older than people think.


I’d rather be at the beach in Coral and Turquoise jewelry

Did you know?
Corals are so sensitive to climatic change that scientists study coral reef fossils to construct highly detailed chronologies of prehistoric climate patterns.

The origin of the name Turquoise is derived from the Greek word “Turkois” meaning “Turkish” because it was first brought from Turkey

Beautiful and bright crochet necklace will attract lots of attention to your outfit! Crocheted of 100% Egyptian cotton thread and featured with dyed bamboo coral sticks and Turquoise dyed howlite beads.

Materials: Gold tone chunky chain, 100% Egyptian cotton thread, gold tone copper wire, dyed bamboo coral sticks, Turquoise dyed howlite beads.

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Silver Cuff Candy Orange Onyx window druzy cabochon by Zegna Aston

Beautiful Handmade crocheted wire bracelet cuff features Candy Orange Onyx window druzy cabochon. One of a kind!

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– Length: Approx. 7″
– Width: Approx. 2″
– Cabochon size Aproxx. 1.5 x1 3/4 ”
– Color: Silver, blue.
– Closure: 5-strand slide silver pleated clasp.
– Material: Silver filled wire,98.85CT Candy Orange Onyx window druzy cabochon.

Onyx is thought to increase regeneration, happiness, intuition and one’s instincts. It is also told to decrease sexual desire, and to aid in changing bad habits.

The shapes or patterns that onyx holds inside it have led some to suggest that Onyx has a picture in it that tells a story or carries a lesson. Lore tells us that an onyx will retain memory of the physical occurrences surrounding a person. A strong stone to use in psychic work as it tells the story of the wearer.

Coral and turquoise necklace by Zegna Aston

coral and turquoise necklace

Turquoise Scull Beads Necklace. Crocheted by ZegnaJewelry

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Fun and stylish necklace is perfect for summer.

Color: Turquoise, Coral

Materials: Gold tone chain, Cotton yarn, turquoise dyed howlite scull beads, bamboo corls beads.
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Free Worldwide Giveaway from ZegnaJewelry


Last 2 days to enter my Custom crochet necklace Free Worldwide GIVEAWAY on my Facebook.
Simply like my page opent the FB link and leave a comment what necklace you want to win! That’s all!

On July 25 I will randomly choose the winner!!

Good Luck!

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2. Unakite beads Statement Chain Crochet Necklace

3. Malachite Beads Gold Chain Necklace

4. Chunky Chain Cross Statement Necklace

5. Lapis Lazuli chunky Chain Statement Necklace

6. Mexican Rainbow Calsilica Crochet Chain Statement Necklace

7. Yellow Crocheted Statement Chain Necklace

8. Turquoise Scull Beads Necklace

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