There are countless important moments in life, let it be your witness.
For countless centuries, in different cultural traditions, for women, jewelry has existed as a witness to milestones in life. In India, little girls will be baptized with golden jewelry on the day of their birth; Jewish girls will receive jewelry as gifts at the 13-year-old coming-of-age ceremony (bat mitzvah); in the United States, jewelry and watches are treated as birthday gifts and graduation gifts for 16, 18 and 21 years old, and they will also receive a "key" shaped necklace when they graduate, indicating that they can have their own house key
"These cultural traditions make women accustomed to being given jewelry, whether it is to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, graduation days or special moments in life," said jewelry consultant and stylist Beanie Major. Engagement rings and wedding rings symbolize the eternity of love. Jewelry is also used to symbolize wedding anniversaries of different lengths: 25 years is a silver wedding, 50 years is a golden wedding (this tradition goes back to the Roman Empire), 40 years is a ruby wedding, 45 years is a sapphire wedding and the 60 year is a diamond wedding.
Before women have purchasing ability, jewelry has always been regarded as the most ritual gift, and each piece carries irreplaceable memories and emotions. Nowadays, women no longer wait to be given, buying jewelry to pamper themselves has become a major trend in the jewelry industry in recent years. The most precious jewels are not necessarily expensive, but they must be extraordinary.
"Jewelry symbolizes those special moments in life and will accompany you for a long time, a piece of jewelry that has been handed down from generation to generation, and the story behind it is also perfectly passed on."
If you take care of it carefully, those rare jewels are worthy of being passed down from generation to generation, they can withstand the changing trends, and will last longer than any gift.
We usually wear jewelry every day, in close contact with the skin. The necklace is hung at the position closest to the heart, and the engagement ring that is usually worn on the third finger of the left hand, is also because the ancient Egyptians believed that the blood vessel of that finger was attached to heart. For many people, jewelry has become people's second skin." This is why many people are taboo to continue wearing jewelry from their predecessors after a breakup.
"Those rare jewels have been refined over time and are worth passing on from generation to generation, longer than any gift.
Jewelry as a gift is no longer limited to couples or family members. Jewelry is a very symbolic gift on important occasions such as single orgy, mother-to-be parties, promotion celebrations and so on. The bride will give the bridesmaid jewelry as a souvenir, the girls will "collect money" to buy a piece of jewelry for their friends' 30th birthday, and the best friends will send a piece of jewelry to celebrate the new job.
In addition to jewelry, high-end watches are also gifts worthy of eternal collection. What could be a better birthday gift than a Cartier Tank or "Blue Balloon"? To celebrate achievements in the workplace, a Portofino watch by IWC Schaffhausen is suitable for daily wear and exudes extraordinary taste; and for wedding anniversaries, Piaget's Limelight Gala diamond watch retains the light of love.
As a gift, a personalized design will make the jewelry itself more meaningful. Whether it is selected according to the constellation, birthstone or initials, it will give the wearer a sense of dignity of personalized customization.
In terms of the practicality of choosing gifts, necklaces, earrings and bracelets are also good choices. You don't have to worry about the size.