Saturday, July 14, 2018

Why King's Wear Gold Crowns
If you ever wondered why Kings and Queens wear crowns, you might be surprised to hear they have a religious origin. By observing religious art, you might have noticed the halos that are often painted around the heads of holy people and deities. This custom of painting golden halos around heads has been customary for centuries and can be seen in art depicting pagan deities from Ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome, in addition to artwork from Ancient Asia.

Early crowns were made of feathers or of gemstones and precious metals like gold. This present day the British monarchy has retained the tradition of wearing crowns made of shiny precious metal and gemstones. Like the days of old, heirloom jewelry, engagement and wedding rings are sanctimonious in that they depict the royal between lovers.

Pawn shops are notorious for obtaining valuable items and those of antiquity. It is never to late to explore the value of treasure often found at pawn shops in Escondido. Your kingdom is closer than imagined, as well as the real adornment that waits you.

Learn more here about crowning your queen!

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