The history of gold
There are wonderful stories of gold washing in the kingdoms far away. Gold seduces man these days, and at the same time it is an important metal for industry.
Gold jewelry has been a passion and fashion since the beginning of its era. The early period or epochs and even since the Middle Ages have had great importance of jewelry. The jewelry was made early by earth and clay. Later they made jewelry made of iron, black metal, and the metals that they extracted from the underground.
This has later become a tradition of wearing jewelry. But when it came to wearing gold jewelry, it was almost exclusively for kings and emperors, especially then, to show their greatness and glory. Gold is not something you can make, but it is found in the earth or on the earth’s surface, and in the past, it was the most attractive and shiny metal ever found, it is comparable to the rays of the sun with its great and beautiful shine.
For some poets and famous celebrities, gold is defined as a symbol of holiness and purity. Gold was also abundantly available for a time. This was a metal that is flexible enough to shape it into a shape that you yourself want. Gold also defined for beauty. Not only women but men would also wear this or wear it as an ornament.
A stone that could be carved into a statue would carry different gold ornaments to make the object look fantastic and beautifully beautiful. Gold ornaments or gold statues were also given as gifts to people or, above all, kings or emperors in other kingdoms to show their good side and exalt the other for perhaps their good deed or event to society and the kingdom.
In Indian culture, the use of gold jewelry has been around for centuries. It is clear and evident from the fact that the gold jewelry was often part of a gift and that it was a tradition to give it as gifts. But man today does not use gold in the big and elevated way, but at least have some gold jewelry in the form of rings or gold chain.
Even the poorest of the poor family will have some gold or gold ornaments at home, it is now also a form of security because they are expensive and for today’s generation they may be sold or redone.
Today you can pledge your jewelry at a mortgage bank or you can sell it to jewelers or gold dealers to bring in income.
It can also serve as the purpose of insurance. But most significantly, it is worship for women in some cultures or traditions.