Announcement: Traditional Imperial Gold Jewelry

Traditionally, gold has been seen as a symbol of rank. And, in most of the ancient societies the use of gold and its possession was restricted to only high class society members. From Sumerian graves to Egyptian civilization gold was the symbol of royal class people. Royalty were buried along with imperial gold jewelries and ornaments in Sumerian graves whereas the Pharaohs of the Egypt owned all the gold. Likewise, gold was the means for reinforcing the institution of leadership during the Bronze Age in Western Europe.

There were severe restrictions on wearing imperial gold jewelry in the early Roman era. In those times, even high ranking officials and families were allowed to own only a limited quantity of gold. Likewise, the use of gold was restricted only to Church relics in the early Christian era. People were not allowed to own these imperial gold jewelries at those times. Clement of Alexandria in the late second century AD, however, explains that these rules were exceptional to women who had to adorn themselves in order to please their chaste husbands.

The restriction of use of imperial gold jewelry to wealthier and noble ones in Europe was made possible in the 14th century sumptuary laws. There was provision of rewarding gold chains to those people who have been providing loyal service to royal courts during the Middle Age to till 18th century.

In the Inca Civilization gold was often related to the solar deity ‘Inti’. The supply of gold among the Incas was controlled by their ruler. At those times, the widespread trade of gold was forbidden. However, gold was often distributed by the imperial ruler to those nobles who had demonstrated bravery during the battle or had been loyal to the service. Gold ear flares were worn by wives of distinguished people among the Incas to show their rank. The Asante in Africa controlled the gold resources in Africa from 1700 to 1900. The gold jewelry was only made available to royal families and senior officials. At that time, gold dust was used as currency. Similarly, the Asante king collected tax on gold items and ornaments that were recast each year.

Looking through the history of the men’s gold bracelet

Most people think the men’s gold bracelet as the result of recent development of fashion but it is not the as we can see the evidence of the presence of such bracelets throughout the history of the mankind.

The earliest forms of jewelry in mankind were found to be the bracelets made by using leather, bird feathers, sticks and stones. The way of using gold to make bracelets and other jewelries dates back to around 5000 BC. Since those days these men’s gold bracelets and jewelries have passed through various stages of change. At early times the wealthy and powerful men used bracelets to display wraith and courage and this is also mentioned in Bible (Old Testament). The ancient Egyptian civilization is also seen to use gold jewelry.

The gold was the only means of transaction during ancient periods. It has been the most valuable and most desired property by men. the cause of most of the wars was also traced to originated over dispute of possession over gold. Thus gold has been featured in many historical events and was used to produce jewelry and currency.

Over the past few centuries, the men’s gold bracelet was seen to have faded in use. Even in world wars and great depression among people few were courageous enough to wear bracelets and then around sixties and seventies the Italians introduced the god bracelets to begin the new age of men’s gold bracelet in the jewelry history.

This reintroduction of gold bracelets made the modern world a different place where the men’s gold bracelets are used to display status and power. The modern metro men have begun to look fashion conscious and started to use more accessories than before such as necklaces and rings. As the online market as facilitated the purchase of bracelets easier than other the men’s gold bracelets are much famous today.

The modern fashion designs rarely come without bracelets on them. The most popular designs include the men’s gold bracelets and other metal bracelets such as titanium and silver or platinum and you can find the large variety of styles and designs to choose from that are eye catching and dashing.

Begin to experiment yourself with new designs of men’s imperial gold bracelets and feel the timeless look in you and symbolize power, style and fashion in you.