The origin of one bracelet

People have been wearing bracelets for centuries. The best artisans of many cultures have put their skills into bracelet designs that are still worn today. The English word "bracelet" is derived from the Latin word "brachium," which simply means "arm."

The wearing of jewelry for ornamental and ritual purposes may have begun as early as 7,000 years ago. Archeologists have found evidence that people in ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, and China wore bracelets. Early bracelets were made of grasses, slender tree trunks and shells, then copper and bronze. 

Egyptians wore bracelets of gold and silver, decorated with semi-precious stones. Skilled goldsmiths of the New Kingdom (1558 to 1085 BC) made inlays of African gemstones. 

The ancient Greeks wore cuffs on the upper and lower arm as jewelry. Greek soldiers used wide leather and metal cuffs as part of their uniform and for protection, a practice later adopted by Roman soldiers. Well-dressed Romans also liked sinuous gold bangles that resembled snakes. 

In China, there were bracelets and bangles carved from jade as early as 2000 BC. The ancient Chinese also valued gold bangles and etched intricate designs of nature, animals and mythical creatures into the gold. 

European women revived bracelets as a common fashion accessory in the 17th century. They wore ribbons and thin bangles-often several at a time. Charm bracelets with dangling lockets and engraved charms became popular during the Victorian Era.

In the 20th century, consumers could find bracelets in almost every design imaginable. In the 1920s, the ornate designs of the late 19th century gave way to the clean lines of the Art Deco era. Men began wearing bracelets again and usually chose link chains made of gold or sterling silver.

The last decade has seen some lasting innovations in bracelet design. With the growing green living movement, more people are demanding natural materials in their wardrobe. Finally, young people today often wear simple bracelets to support social causes and show their group identity; their banner may be a colorful rubber band, a dangling pendant, or even a piece of string.

Our Good Leather Bracelet comes in three sizes (19cm 20cm 21cm and 23cm), it is made of luxurious braided genuine leather rope and stainless steel magnetic clasp pendant with engraved GH symbol.
GH symbol meets all the criteria for obtaining the certificate Energy Influence on the human organism No. 0261 of the BION Institute.

The GH symbol indicates a predominantly stimulating effect. Exceptions are muscle tension and skin conductivity, where it has a calming effect. The GH symbol stimulates the human organism; however, with prolonged exposure it has a rather relaxing effect.