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Re: značenje kamena

PostPostao/la stepford wife dana uto ruj 23, 2008 11:08 am

mia_m je napisao/la:ja sam hjtjela imati bisere na svadbi, onako male nausnice, nekako mi to jako lijepo..i onda se naravno naslo par ljudi koji su mi poceli objasnjavati da to nije sretno u zemljama odkud su oni. drugi pak tvrde da je to sretno, ista stvar sa plavim kamenom. tako da na kraju dana cu najvejrojatnije imati neke cirikone ili ensto tako i biti u miru :)


koja glupost....evo kaj sam našla na netu o povijesti bisera na svadbama....
The History of Pearls and Weddings
Since ancient times, the pearl has been a symbol of unblemished perfection. It is the oldest known gem, and for centuries it was considered the most valuable. Pearls have been considered ideal wedding gifts because they symbolize purity and innocence. In the Rigveda, an ancient Hindu book dating back to 1000 B.C. Krishna, the preserver, brought forth pearls from the depths of the sea to give to his daughter on her wedding day. Thus started the tradition of giving pearls to the bride.
The ancient Greeks also believed that pearls should be part of the wedding experience. They considered pearls to be the "wedding gem" because they believed that pearls would help ensure marital bliss and prevent newlywed brides from crying.

During the Crusades, gallant knights returning from the Holly Lands would bestow pearls to their "fair ladies" for their wedding days.

In the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, pearls were at the height of wedding fashion with royal weddings in the French House of Burgundy taking place in a "sea of pearls". Everyone from the bride to her male guests were adorned in glowing pearls.

From Queen Elizabeth I to our modern Queen Elizabeth II, the tradition of wearing pearls on the wedding day has continued. At the beginning of the 20th century, pearls were as much a nuptial gem in the United States as diamonds are today.

Today, the tradition of bestowing pearls upon the bride continues. Often the father of the bride or the groom gives the gift of pearls. Many brides give their bridesmaids pearl necklaces, bracelets or earrings too.


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Re: značenje kamena

PostPostao/la samo_njegova dana čet sij 08, 2009 3:21 pm

ja sam Riba, dragi je Riba, naš kamen je ametist.. i nadam se da će odabrati zaručnički koji ima taj kamen :)
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Re: značenje kamena

PostPostao/la geceta dana ned sij 10, 2010 8:04 pm

Mia, kasno odgovaram ali da, kaze se i u RH: koliko mladenka nosi biserja na svom vjencanju, toliko ce suza liti u braku, tako nesto. Glupo, ali eto. Btw, i ja sam mislila nosit bisere :-) no nakon toga, ne bih se bas igrala hh
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Re: značenje kamena

PostPostao/la Keiko dana sri tra 28, 2010 9:59 pm

hmm..meni su biseri najljepši od sveg nakita, ja sam ih htjela ali sam se predomislila (ali iz drugih razloga a ne praznovjerja)
ali da ih i dalje želim, svakako bi ih nosila, jer ne bi dopustila da mi te praznovjerne priče kreiraju vjenčanje...(isto tako npr, nemam ništa staro i ništa plavo jer mi se jednostavno - nemam, i time se ne zamaram)

A i pokoja suza je zdrava, ne mora to biti ništa loše:)
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Re: značenje kamena

PostPostao/la >Ivy< dana čet srp 08, 2010 2:35 pm

Ja vodenjak, dragi strijelac ! I odabirem --- tirkiz ! :rofl: :rofl:
tam tam tataaaaam

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