During the predynastic times and in Ancient Egypt, Egyptian women of all social classes wore anklets. They were an indication of social status, depending on the ankle bracelet worn. Lower ranking women wore simple bracelets.
Anklets were traditionally given to a bride by her husband as a sign of his love and his heart’s desire to become her legal husband. The jewelry expresses the wearer’s marital status. Women also wear anklets interested in an open relationship.
Anklets are sensual and worn on bare feet. Worn as an accessory, they should dangle and move freely. Ankle bracelets punctuate your prettiest look and can be playful and add flair to your favorite outfit.
There are several materials used to make ankle bracelets. Ankle bracelets can be made of gold, silver, sterling silver, beads, rope, and may or may not have gemstones like amethyst, opal, aquamarine, emerald, citrine, topaz, garnet, sapphire, peridot, or have charms.
Diamond anklets are divine and make a perfect gift if you are shopping for the holidays. The price and style depends on your budget and who you are buying it for. Gold and diamond anklets reflect the sparkle of the diamond and the yellow of the gold if yellow gold is used for the chain portion.
A diamond tennis ankle bracelet has diamonds and gold and are in fashion. A 2.2 carat diamond ankle will cost around US$3,000 new. But shopping for that special gift at a pawn shop can save you money and time.
Parker Pawn and Jewelry
Parker Pawn and Jewelry has three stores in Fayetteville, NC and surrounding areas. They have a large jewelry collection of pre-loved jewelry, including gold and silver fine jewelry, diamond rings, diamond bracelets, and more.
Finding a pre-owned anklet will save you money, and shopping at Parker Pawn and Jewelry will save you time, because they have all types of gold and silver jewelry in different styles to choose from.
As a family owned and operated company, they appraise all their luxury items. Do you have some jewelry you are thinking about selling? Bring it to one of their locations, and their jewelry experts will fully inspect your piece(s) and even make you an offer. They typically pay for jewelry based on the diamond/stone and gold/silver value.
You can then use the cash you get to either find a multi color anklet, silver and amethyst ankle bracelet, or another piece of fine jewelry to give as a gift.