From diamond engagement ring. People have been buying and investing on Jewelry since the dawn of civilization. Some cultures see it as adornments that enhance the overall appeal of the person. Some have considered it as symbols of their status in society while some consider it amulets that protect them from harm and disease.
Over the years the design and function of jewelry has evolved from its simplest metal forms to Crystal Jewellery and even to synthetic jewelries of the modern times, different ages, different uses and meaning but one thing remains true. Throughout the ages jewellery has formed a bond with human civilization as part of their culture and tradition and no matter what the meaning or the use, it will remain part of our societies for eons to come.
The history of Jewelry dates back to the time of the pharaohs in ancient Egypt. But it could have been older than that. Some experts theorize that when man form the very first communal settlement, adornments may have been part of their culture thus making Jewelry far older than anyone can imagine. As for the time of the Egyptians, part of their culture was to adorn their loved ones with gold and other jewelries made by hand.
It is even true that they brought their Jewellery with them to the death as some archaeologists have unearthed chambers in the pyramids that were filled with the riches of the departed. Some say that these adornments were cursed with black magic and whomsoever touched them were cursed to their last days.
Cursed or not one thing remains true for these people; part of their rich heritage was dedicated to the improvement and development of the jewelries that they bestowed upon their kin. These improvements were very much seen in the crafting of the embellishments and the designs.
The development of design did not stop; instead it was carried on through out the ages. During the time of the empires and the kingdoms, Jewelry making was considered one of the noblest professions, it was a very important task that only duly deputized jewelers of the royalty were allowed to craft jewels and only nobility were given the privilege to try it out.
In modern times Jewelry making is still a very lucrative profession and only a handful of individuals have made their mark in the Jewelry business. Part of the human need to seek out different things and better ideas is improving what is already there. One of the most notable improvements that man has promulgated is making use of natural Real Crystalline rocks and synthetic Real Crystals as Jewelry pieces or adornments in Jewellery sets.
Nowadays, it is not uncommon to see Crystalline rocks and synthetic Crystal Jewelry sold in almost every corner of the world. Some companies have even specialized in selling and crafting Crystal Jewellery. The Swarovski Real Crystal Jewelry pieces are one of the most top selling Genuine Crystal Jewellery in the market. The company has set new boundaries in crafting and designing raw Crystals in to the eye candy that is Crystal Jewelry.
But they are not the only ones that have made their mark in the Genuine Crystal Jewelry business, some Asian countries, one particularly being China boasts about the fine natural Crystal Jewelry that they produce. Regardless though of where it is from Crystal Jewelry has broken grounds in the mainstream accessory business.