Enameled Pink Easter Egg Charm Sterling Silver Xinar.com
Make your Easter-inspired holiday jewelry even more beautiful with Xinar.com’s Enameled Pink Easter Egg Charm in 925 sterling silver. This flat-back casting is made by one of the country’s most significant and most consistent silver casters.
Add a splash of color to your Easter bracelet edit or necklace. Measures 3/8″ x 5/8″ – the perfect size for most designs.
Be sure to enrich your workbench with other stunning and well-detailed charms from Xinar.com’s extensive jewelry-making catalog and online charms store.
We have been selling the best jewelry-making supplies, including stunning sterling silver holiday charms that are nickel-free and lead-free, too. So if you need hypoallergenic treats that won’t make the wearer itch and develop rashes, you’ve found the right place. Our manufacturers follow the FTC’s guidelines for nickel-free sterling silver to the letter.
What’s the History of Easter Eggs?
The Christian festival, which falls on April 4 this year, has been commemorated since the 2nd century to celebrate Jesus Christ’s resurrection. As a result, many Easter traditions have developed over the years, ranging from chocolate eggs to Easter egg hunts.
As it turns out, there’s a lot that goes into making this holiday what it is today, religious or not. So we’ve compiled a list of essential Easter facts, including the origins of some of your family’s most cherished traditions, such as visits with the Easter Bunny, delectable ham roasts, and more. You might even want to scribble a few notes so that you have all you need for this year’s Easter feast.
Nothing says “Easter” like the fantastic edible, from colored eggs to chocolate eggs to egg hunts. Our modern approach to gathering, dyeing, and decorating eggs, on the other hand, is based on a practice that dates back thousands of years, long before Jesus Christ.
Eggs were seen as a symbol of fertility and new life by many ancient cultures, including the Greeks and Egyptians, who utilized them in religious rites and hung them in pagan temples for mystical purposes.
After seeing community members searching for eggs in the spring, Christian missionaries began using the meal to depict Christ’s new birth in the resurrection. First, they’d color the eggs according to the church’s color scheme: yellow for regeneration, blue for love, and red for Christ’s blood. Alternatively, they may paint scenes from the Bible on eggs and hide them, with the youngster who found the egg returning to recount the story written on it.
• Purity – 925 Silver Charm
• Size – 3/8″ x 5/8″
• Weight – 1.5 grams each
• Nickel & Lead-Free
• Jump Ring Included