Beaded Wooden Nut Necklace
This is a beautiful handmade piece, named for the Egyptian Goddess Nut who watched over the sky and the stars. It has a smooth gradient colors, ranging from various shades of brown and brass. There are a few accents of silver pieces giving the main color scheme the limelight and really allowing you to show off all the natural earth tones throughout this Necklace. The center Bead in this piece becomes the main focus, brilliantly highlighted by not only it’s brass color but it’s elegant touch off added texture.
This is a very nice natural Necklace, allowing the wearer to add an extra touch of flare to their outfit. Whether your going to an elegant event, or trying to dress down with some style, this is the perfect addition to your accessories. It will give you the simple yet bold statement you have been looking to make!
ABOUT COCOJOJO JEWELRY PRODUCTS
The first signs of established jewelry making in Ancient Egypt was around 3,000–5,000 years ago. The Egyptians preferred the luxury, rarity, and malleability of gold over other metals. In Pre-dynastic Egypt jewelry soon began to symbolize power and religious power in the community. Although it was worn by wealthy Egyptians in life, it was also worn by them in death, with jewelry commonly placed among grave goods.
In conjunction with gold jewelry, Egyptians used colored glass, along with semi-precious gems. The color of the jewelry had significance. Green, for example, symbolized fertility. For the ancient Egyptians There was a purpose and a meaning behind all of their Jewelry. From status all the way down to color. They had a passion that was unmatched to create Wearable Works of Art that gave the owner a Sense of Significance.
Cocojojo strives to have that same sense of dedication to the art of Jewelry making. There is lots of time energy and love that goes into making our products. For us it’s about the details, paying attention to those finer more detailed meanings. We want our clients to feel a true Sense of Significance when they are wearing our jewelry!
WHAT THE SIX MAIN COLORS MEANT TO ANCIENT EGYPTIANS:
Green– The color represented Fertlity, Vegetation, New life, Joy, Growth and Regeneration.
Red– The color represented life, fire and victory and was also used to convey anger,
Yellow– The color represented items that were Imperishable, eternal and indestructible.
Blue– The color represented the Sky, Water, the Heavens, Primeval Flood, Creation and Rebirth.
Black– The color represented represented death, the night, endurance and stability, and the Afterlife.
White– The color white was a sacred color, representing Omnipotence, Purity, Cleanliness and Simplicity.
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