Since ancient times, women (but often men too) have always looked for different ways to adorn their bodies, with accessories that enhance its characteristics. Suggestions, symbols, metaphors: we find this and much more in jewels, in the use made of them at their origin.
In the early days of civilization, jewelery was loaded with a high symbolic value. Some animals, plants and stars were identified as divinities, and jewels were associated with them, or it would be better to define them as talismans, from the Greek " telesma ", consecrated object. It was rituals or magical inscriptions that made them sacred, so that they acted as protection against evil.
THE ANCIENT AMULETS
Superstitions have accompanied humanity since the Neanderthals and, over time, many became convinced that it was possible with a simple object to ward off the negative influence of occult powers.
The first jewels (the so-called amulets) had the shape of an eye, taken as a protective symbol and thus conceived to exorcise the evil eye. Over time, the shapes became more and more graceful and today the value of a lucky talisman has transformed into something exquisitely personal.