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Phalangeal rings are miniature jewelry designed to be worn on the primary and middle phalanges of the fingers. It’s also a long and interesting jewelry story that turns a newfangled accessory into a piece of jewelry with a solid past.
Fashion history knows the incredible number of ups and downs of various accessories or clothing items. Depending on the general attitude – then on maximalism, then on minimalism, then on naturalness, then on austerity – then fluffy skirts, then flared heels, or jewelry that are worn in sets suddenly appear and disappear. But modest small phalanx rings are jewelry that has come a long way to fame, but today it deservedly remains at the peak of popularity. Inevitably stylish and unbroken rings on the phalanxes of the fingers today flaunt on many young ladies who know firsthand about jewelry trends. Varieties of such original accessories are amazing.
From Ancient Egypt to the Present: A Journey of the Phalanx Ringlet
Surprisingly, the phalanx rings, which are now chosen by the most fashionable girls, were first found in ancient Egypt. Of course, they looked slightly different and looked more like fingertips, but the idea was exactly the same: the desire to decorate not only the lower phalanx, but also the upper and middle. It is from that time that the difficult journey of the phalanx ring to fame begins. Continue reading