15 Şubat 2008 Cuma

İğne ve kum boncuk ile kemer çalışması - Needle and sand bead with belt work

İğne ve kum boncuk ile kemer çalışması / Needle and sand bead with belt work

Cutting ring - Kesme yüzük

Cutting ring / Kesme yüzük

Iron roasted chickpea - Demir leblebi

Iron roasted chickpea / Demir leblebi

Melody necklace - Boncukların slalomu

Melody necklace / Boncukların slalomu

Pulley using a woven - Gülizar kolye

Pulley using a woven / Gülizar kolye

Baked glass rings - Fırınlanmış cam yüzük

Baked glass rings / Fırınlanmış cam yüzük

Güray necklace - Güray kolye

Güray necklace / Güray kolye

Orange ring - Turuncu yüzük

Orange ring / Turuncu yüzük

Bordeaux ring - Bordo yüzük

Bordeaux ring / Bordo yüzük

Rams head ring - Koç başı yüzük

Rams head ring / Koç başı yüzük

Flower basket necklace - Çiçek sepeti kolye

Flower basket necklace / Çiçek sepeti kolye

Maral natural stone necklace - Maral doğal taş kolye

Maral natural stone necklace / Maral doğal taş kolye

Shepherd's tune Günnur / Çoban ezgisi Günnur

Shepherd's tune Günnur / Çoban ezgisi Günnur

Miray necklace - Miray kolye

Miray necklace / Miray kolye

Red and white flowers - Kırmızı ve beyaz çiçekler

Red and white flowers / Kırmızı ve beyaz çiçekler

Geometric ring - Geometrik yüzük

Geometric ring / Geometrik yüzük

Silvery stone ring - Simli taş yüzük

Silvery stone ring / Simli taş yüzük

Glass ring - Cam yüzük

Glass ring / Cam yüzük

White stone core rings - Beyaz taş damarlı yüzük

White stone core rings / Beyaz taş damarlı yüzük

Shiny stone capture - Parlak taşı zapt etmek

Shiny stone capture / Parlak taşı zapt etmek

History of rings - Yüzüğün tarihi

History of rings

The custom of giving and receiving rings dates back over 4,800 years.

The fourth digit or ring finger of the hand has become the customary place to wear a wedding ring in much of the world. It is associated with an old belief that the left hand's ring finger is connected by a vein directly to the heart: the vena amoris or vein of love. This idea was known in 16th and 17th century England, when Henry Swinburne referred to it in his book about marriage. It can be traced back to ancient Rome, when Aulus Gellius cited Appianus as saying the ancient Egyptians had found a fine nerve linking that particular finger to the heart. While he was discussing the ring finger, Gellius did not mention actual wedding or love rings.

Pulley worked with woven bag - Kasnak dokuma ile çalışılmış çanta

Pulley worked with woven bag / Kasnak dokuma ile çalışılmış çanta

Pulley woven bag work - Kasnak dokuma çanta çalışması

Pulley woven bag work / Kasnak dokuma çanta çalışması

Drop brooch - Damla broş

Drop brooch / Damla broş