- Faceted Glass
A Brief History Of Glass
I made these handmade glass earrings with faceted glass. Glass is a natural material that comes from sand!
First, symbolism of glass has a long history. Glass has been in use since very old times. In fact, glass was one of the first natural materials people used to create various useful and beautiful artifacts. Symbolism of Glass It’s also one of the first raw materials that I used to design and make my wearable art jewelry.
Next, five millennia ago, our ancestors used glass to make various types of tools and astonishing decorative objects. Glass has been used for making various types of bowls, vessels, jewelry, including glass earrings, and so on. I love glass beads and continue to use them in my wearable art jewelry designs. Much later in history, people learned how to use glass to make windows. Symbolism of Glass
In addition, glass has many useful and powerful properties. Unlike semi precious and precious stones, glass is not believed by crystal therapy experts to possess particularly important healing properties. Symbolism of Glass
What Is The Symbolism Of Glass?
However, glass characteristics could be equally interesting, inspiring and magical. Glass is eternal. You can break it into the tiniest particles.You can melt it down. You can turn it into magnificent forms. No matter what you do to it, it will always maintain in its original form. It will always remain glass. Symbolism of Glass
Furthermore, glass is made out of all four essential elements. It symbolizes transformation, change, eternity and rebirth. Symbolism of Glass
Moreover, glass is a symbol of sensitive issues in life. Glass is a sign to balance things. It acts as a reminder to complete the tasks that you may have forgotten. Symbolism of Glass
Glass is an impressive material. Symbolically, though, it is commonly associated with ideas exactly the opposite of longevity and eternity. It is commonly seen as a symbol of fragility, vulnerability, and brittleness. Symbolism of Glass
In short, glass symbolism is dual. It represents things that are fragile, but also things that are protective and strong. Symbolism of Glass
Finally, glass could symbolize invisible protection. It could also symbolize brittleness and unsteadiness. Glass stands for clairvoyance and the ability to see through things. It stands for things that you are aware of and those things that you are not aware of. Symbolism of Glass
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