Sterling silver Charms

Sterling Silver Charms 

The wearing of charms may have begun as a form of amulet or talisman to ward off evil spirits or bad luck. During the pre-historic period, jewellery charms would be made from shells, animal bones and clay. … Medieval knights wore charms for protection in battle.

In 1889, Tiffany and Co. introduced their first charm bracelet — a link bracelet with a single heart dangling from it, a bracelet which is an iconic symbol of Tiffany today.

Today mewe-jewellery sell over 1300 charms all pandora compatible made with only the fines metals and gems see more here charms

Silver Rings 

We love rings, A man presents his prospective bride with an engagement ring upon acceptance of his marriage proposal. Anthropologists believe this tradition originated from a Roman custom in which wives wore rings attached to small keys,

the first diamond ring was Renaissance. The first well-documented use of a diamond ring to signify engagement was by the Archduke Maximilian of Austria in the imperial court of Vienna in1477, upon his betrothal to Mary of Burgundy. This then influenced those of higher social class and of significant wealth to give diamond rings to their loved ones.

It was only in the early 20th century that the tradition of male wedding rings as we know it began. During the World, Wars soldiers would wear wedding rings as a means of remembering their loved ones. It is only after the Korean War that male wedding bands took on the sentimental value they have today.


Silver charms

Mewe-jewelry has been selling charms for three years now. Our love for these items is like our love for candy. Each charm is like a new flavour for your bracelets. I myself find it amazing how many different styles their or now with Pandora and Thomas Sabo butterfly silver. emma and roe just to name a few. Its a 20cm silver chain with the options of the infinity of style. Simply I love charm bracelets

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Origin of toe rings

Toe Rings

Origin and significance of toe rings

Usually matching silver toe rings on the second toe to signify married status.
Silver being a good conductor absorbs energies from the earth and passes it on to the body, thus refreshing the whole system.
Our gurus and some Vedic texts say that it’s not only a sign that the woman is married, it’s also science. They say that wearing the toe ring will control the nerves.

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