History of Jewelry – Modern art jewelery rooted in ancient Persia.
Jewelry is an art that dates back thousands of years in Iran. In the past, Precious metals and precious stones in the hands of the skilled jeweler were beautifully embellished and used in personal jewelry.
In archaeological discoveries, examples of copper jewelry and strands of beads and colored beads related to the Bronze Age can be seen; Stellar pendants, tulle earrings in circular shapes, spiral and crescent moon, rings and necklaces decorated with red agate, golden crochet verbs, crochet, polka and decorative buttons are some of these precious objects.
In addition, jewels that are explored in Susa in the form of bracelets, necklaces decorated with turquoise beads, and mid-centered beads made of hollow gold represent the age of jewelry in Iran. These handmade jewelry has been widely used for the personal use of men and women. The first example of a Persian gold bracelet, which was endowed with milk, was discovered in the Marlik hills, which has been characterized by a specialty and specific features of the Achaemenid era.
What are the ingredients in jewelry?
are the best and most usable tools for making jewelry because of the ability to hammer, bend and twist, durability and, most importantly, beauty. The metals used in jewelry are iron-free and offered at different prices. As a result, a wide range of metals are suitable for jewelry making, which are used in terms of color, weight and price. The use of precious metals in the next stages and gaining experience in jewelry is more common. Precious metals are scarce metals and oxidation-resistant, and can easily be welded into saws, drills, and drills. These precious metals have the flexibility and flexibility to form. Working with metals such as silver and gold is more sensitive and even existing fragments should not be eliminated.
Most metals are used as rough sheets, rods, pipes and wires in the form of raw materials in jewelry. Precious metals are sold in terms of weight and with daily changes.
Non -metallic materials in jewelry in addition to metals, beads and stones are also widely used. In fact, any beautiful object can be used in decoration. Precious and semi-precious stones and beads, glasses and even diamonds are used in jewelry making. Diamond rings, earrings, bracelets and chains are made using diamonds in special cases. These days, the use of rocks and colored glasses has attracted young people and enthusiasts.The composition of the beads of color and texture of other materials with metals is one of the most beautiful things in jewelry making. Typically, beaded or punched beads are used in jewelry. Newbies and novices use simpler stones such as gemstones to learn and sample women.
The good selling market and the return on investment in jewelry have fueled this beautiful art.
Fortunately, there are good schools & classes established in this area in almost all the major cities and participation in jewelry courses is open to the public. First, the jewelry trainee must be familiar with the general properties of metals, and be aware of the reaction of metals against tension, temperature, climate change, and acids. The importance of this issue is felt when working on precious metals such as gold and silver. Then they need to get acquainted with the jewelry tools and finally learn the tool and personally be able to build the sample. Cutting, welding, riveting, metal melting and separating, casting, winding, bending and many other things are the most important jewelry training. By learning these lessons, the student will be able to make all kinds of used or sold jewelry.