The ring has always been the most popular piece of jewelry. He said the ring is “the jewelry item around which the traditional centers of antiquity, the utility and the symbolic meaning of the reverence of nature more.” The eighteenth century English writer Samuel Johnson, described the ring as “a circular instrument placed in the nose of the pig and the fingers of women to keep them and make them into submission.” Fortunately, Sam Johnson, was not always correct. and “clear here that I had not studied the history of the rings, because they have many practical and decorative purposes.
It is worth noting that only three were found in cultures that do not use any form of rings. From all available information, including portraits and sculptures of the time, the Assyrians were not wearing rings.
Another company in which people did not wear his ring of the Irish Celts. Throughout the cache of jewelry found in Emerald Isle, no rings has never been found, which belonged to the Celts. Another group plays have no recourse to the chagrin of Admiral Robert Peary. In one of his first trips in the Arctic, Peary went well fitted exchange rings with the Eskimos. When he arrived, he found that Peary could not get rid of them. The Eskimos have never used or used rings now. With its harsh climate, although the light pressure of a ring could impede traffic.