Our looks will change, and memories might fade, but a piece of family jewelry and a forever in my heart locket are timeless pieces that will last centuries to tell our story. Let us discover some of the most fascinating jewelry stories from different people and cultures!
The dance pencil pendant that lasts many generations – forever in my heart locket
Lady Susan Shares her fascinating story behind the heritage pendant from her great-grandma.
We shall never forget our past, our family stories, and our history. Susan was lucky to inherit a dance pencil pendant from her family, but many of us might not have the fortune to own one. It is never too late to custom a piece of family jewelry and gift it to your family members now!
Nevertheless, we need to pass on the family history by creating personalized jewelry that will carry our words and image for many generations. A ‘Forever in My Heart’ Locket Necklace would be a great idea to store your precious memory. You can input your family story on one side of the photo locket with your family photo on the other side. This personal and sentimental gift of jewelry will be treasured and honored for many generations as it gets passed on in the family.
“In time of test, family is best.”
– Burmese Proverb
She was spoiled by Ancient Chinese King Liangzhuang with loads of Customized Jewelry – Charm of family jewelry
The following pieces of jewelry were owned by the Ancient Chinese King, Liangzhuang who passed away in 1444.
There are more than 5,100 pieces of burial objects in the tomb, including gold, silver, jade, precious stones, and porcelain. Among gold, silver, and jade more than 1400 pieces.
According to experts from the China University of Geosciences, the weight of gold wares unearthed from the tomb is more than 10 kilograms, and there are more than 3,400 pieces of beaded gems. The cultural relics use up to 200 kilograms of gold, 400 kilograms of silver, and 800 kilograms of jade. various There are more than 7,000 inlaid gemstones, including four precious gemstones such as ruby, sapphire, emerald, and chrysoberyl.
One of the Hand Bracelets from Liangzhuang King’s Tomb
2 pieces of “arm-wrap gold”, made of 0.7 cm wide and 0.1 cm thick gold ribbons wrapped twelve times, each 12.5 cm long and weighing 295.5 and 292.5 grams respectively. They were used as ornaments for women and were buried in the pro-hay of the Ming Dynasty. It’s the first case.
Their loving story was discovered from the existence of their tomb jewelry back in 2012. Jewelry will last centuries to help us tell the story and customized jewelry would be the best storyteller you can ever imagine. That’s why we love jewelry because it is more than just a piece of accessories.
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