Unique, handcrafted sterling silver ring made by a Hungarian silversmith
He heats it to a high temperature so it softens but don't think it will be soft like dough! He will still need hammer and hand tools to bend them to there beautiful tendril pattern shapes!
The ring has an unusual non-figurative tendril pattern which makes it an individual piece.
Silver meaning in different countries and cultures
- In North America-USA and Canada, silver is used for depicting things that are sleek, masculine and modern. Hence it is used in cars, men’s products and tools. One of the States of America, Nevada, has its official color as silver owing to which it is termed as the Silver State.
- Across Latin America, silver meaning includes wealth, jewelry, pirates and treasure.
- In Western Europe, silver represents technology and craftsmanship. For Germans, the color silver is symbolic of sophistication.
- In Japan silver stands for all things high-tech, precise, strong and masculine.
Many automobile manufacturing countries surveyed the popular car colors, results of which showed that silver was high up owing to its safety factor. This might be due to the fact that silver cars are also visible in the dark.
The color silver has also been referenced in different languages in many different ways. ‘Silver screen’ means movies, ‘silver tongued’ refers to a personality type that is witty and eloquent, ‘silver tongued devil’ is a person who deceives or cheats while ‘born with a silver spoon’ indicates someone who is born in a rich family.
Silver is a powerful color which can bring about mental, physical and emotional harmony. Silver color meaning includes glamorous, sophisticated and distinguished. Silver haired men and women are considered graceful, intelligent and wise. It is traditional to give gifts made of silver on the 25th anniversary.