A Christmas Jewelry Collection

A Christmas Jewelry Collection by Celtic Mink Jewelry is a collection of flying reindeer, Santa’s sleigh, candy, beaded necklaces, bracelets, and earrings with unique seasonal colors and designs. For Yule, we would love to deliver fantastic holiday jewelry products at a price for every budget.  Holiday jewelry for a joyous festival is the delight of our designs. A Christmas Jewelry Collection of custom and handmade seasonal jewelry is an excellent option for gifts and gift-giving.

What is Christmas?  Christmas is celebrated on December 25 and is a sacred religious holiday and a worldwide cultural and commercial phenomenon. For two millennia, people throughout the world have observed it through religious and secular traditions and practices. Christians celebrate Christmas Day as the birth anniversary of Jesus of Nazareth, a spiritual leader whose teachings form the foundation of the Christian faith.

Winter solstice has long been a time of celebration all over the world. In the darkest days of winter.  Early Europeans celebrated light and birth. Many people celebrated the winter solstice when the worst of winter was over, and they could look forward to longer days and longer hours of sunlight.

St. Nicholas of Myra and Sinterklaas from Dutch folklore is the basis of Santa Claus. Both of those individuals rode a noble, white steed. However, in some Western cultures, particularly in the United States, Santa Claus travels the world on Christmas Eve, delivering gifts in a sleigh drawn by flying reindeer.

Pagan mythology adores reindeer, and their ancient customs became a part of Christmas celebrations during the Middle Ages (when Pagans converted to Christianity). The reindeer came to represent creativity, resourcefulness, knowledge, and safe journeying, and endurance during travels.

It wasn’t until the late 1800s that people started thinking of Christmas as a time to give children and each other gifts.

But, over time, “Christmas creep” began to change that tradition: advertisers began suggesting that people give a few gifts early on Christmas Day. Then, gradually, people started giving all of their presents at Christmas rather than waiting until New Year’s.

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