Protect yourself with Spiritual Jewelry And Sacred Talismansby David R. This article about Spiritual jewelry is part of a marketing project using web2.0 resources and strategies. To read more about this project and the casestudy make sure to visit Joomla MonetizingatGooglear The design of modern jewelry can be inspired by present or recent eventsbut also by ancient symbols and traditions. A good example of recent eventsthat have inspired jewelry designers is the first atomic bomb leading to amassive increase of starburst designs and sprays of diamonds. Ancienttraditions can be found in the designs of Egyptian jewelry, spiritual jewelrywith kabala symbols, tribal designs, amulets for protection and sacredtalismans. The day or night time also has its influence on these designsbeing gold as the preferred metal for daytime jewelry and diamonds for theevening or night Jewelry you can use during the day and others for the nightSo, if you are interested in gold jewelry items that incorporate a moderndesigner jewelry look and is worn in the daytime, you would find manyFlorentine finishes and mesh as well as foxtail chains and many other similardesigns, while another alternative for daytime use is a string of culturedpearls that were most representative of modern designer jewelry that wasmost popular during the fifties. The next decade, or the very colorful sixties saw a radical change in moderndesigner jewelry where hybrid jewelry items became fashionable andwomen broadened their horizons by also wearing silver, gemstones as wellas geode crystals besides the usual diamond, gold and platinum. This era of flower power was well embodied in diamonds that were brilliantly cut andalso some organic and abstract as well as jagged shapes became popular,and a lot of the modern designer jewelry of this period was made frommetals. Trends are known to change very often so in the seventies the jewelrydesigns were influenced and inspired by the blooming of feminism and thewomens movement. This lead to a complete different type of jewelrydesigns. Women started to have a major influence on the designing of jewelry because they expressed their likes and dislikes. Jewelry started tolook as they wanted by incorporating new materials like wood, ivory, rockcrystals and coral.In the eighties and beginning of the nineties people tended to become moreaffluent which was noted by the jewelry designers and they started tocreate more glamorous, sparkling and glitzy styles of jewelry. When theprincess of Wales, Lady Di wedded there was again an obvious change inthe creation of designs , shifting to a more elegant and graceful touch.