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by Louise Tythacott

Author: Louise Tythacott
Language: English
Publisher: Hodder Childrens Book (September 2003)
Pages: 48 pages
Category: Teens and Young Adults
Rating: 4.5
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Here are some jewelry customs from around th. In different cultures around the world however, the practice of wearing jewelry is about all the above, but also carries a host of traditions, meanings and customs that indicate such things as wealth, status, societal role, and more. We’ve selected a few exotic destinations and examined what jewelry means to them – starting with Ireland, of course! Jewelry Customs in Ireland. Ireland’s relationship with jewelry stretches back thousands of years, when the Celts ruled the island from top to bottom. The Celts were expert metalsmiths, craftsmen and warriors, and prized beauty and fighting prowess.

Weddings are packed full of rituals - from ordinary to superstitious - this game will take you around the world guessing the wedding traditions from around the world. How to play: Print one game per person

All Clothing & Shoes. Weddings are packed full of rituals - from ordinary to superstitious - this game will take you around the world guessing the wedding traditions from around the world. How to play: Print one game per person. You can play this two ways: 1. Play during the gift opening, and the first person to finish and get them all right wins! (more can win depending on your number of prizes). OR. 2. Give everyone 10 minutes and the person with the highest number of them correct wins. This is an easy game for all ages. Guests just have to match the tradition with the tradition's origin.

Every family has a couple of weird traditions that they adhere to. Most countries have a couple of traditions people would view as pretty weird too, if they weren’t . This might qualify as one of the largest food fights in the world

Every family has a couple of weird traditions that they adhere to. Most countries have a couple of traditions people would view as pretty weird too, if they weren’t actually residents of those countries. Some of the traditions are specifically for Holidays and other times these are just traditions that they go through at some point in their lives. No matter the reason, you’ll be shocked to see some of these traditions from around the world. This might qualify as one of the largest food fights in the world. In the Spanish town of Bunol, La Tomatina takes place on the last Wednesday in August. Townspeople throw tomatoes at one another in lighthearted good fun. Greeting Magpies (UK).

Several wonderful places in the world have long been known for their strange practices and traditions. I have gathered 25 seemingly strange, crazy or mad traditions from around the world. Please let me know if you know of others that belong here. Those who are merely passing through these places might consider these customs to be taboo or inhumane. But those who care to look for the meaning behind these beliefs usually appreciate them, despite their strangeness. 1. Teeth tossing in Greece: Some cultures pop children’s teeth under their pillows and wait for a swap with cold hard cash by a fairy. Others throw a baby’s recently liberated tooth on their roofs.

Food, Culture, Art and Traditions from Around This Lovely Planet. An Iranian lady portraying the Persian traditional fashion.

You may want to incorporate these traditions into your own big day to increase your chances of a lifetime of love and happiness-because even the most loving couple can use a little luck. The date is the thing in China. Picking the date is an important wedding ritual in China and sets the stage for everything that will follow. Pick the right date, and the marriage is bound to be successful; pick the wrong date, and the unlucky couple doesn’t stand a chance. The wedding pros at Cordis, Hong Kong at Langham Place, in Hong Kong, do a lot of Chinese weddings.

In certain world myths, the rabbit serves as a guide between heaven, earth and the underworld, while shamans . In Sweden and parts of Finland, Easter is, surprisingly, a holiday of and for witches

In certain world myths, the rabbit serves as a guide between heaven, earth and the underworld, while shamans call upon this animal spirit to assist them in rituals. When hares or rabbits clean their faces, they stand up on hind-paws putting their front paws to the face – an endearing position resembling a prayer-offering posture of a Christian believer. In Sweden and parts of Finland, Easter is, surprisingly, a holiday of and for witches. It is tradition for children to put on long dresses and colorful scarves, paint cheeks scarlet and go from house to house begging for chocolate eggs in return for crafts.

Because the world is diverse, cultural traditions either fascinate, bewilder or astound people exposed to them for the first time. Each society in the world has its own cultural traditions that identify their heritage and makes them uniquely different

Because the world is diverse, cultural traditions either fascinate, bewilder or astound people exposed to them for the first time. Each society in the world has its own cultural traditions that identify their heritage and makes them uniquely different.

This beautifully illustrated book features jewellery and accessories from all over the world, such as ornate Eastern European bridal crowns and the silver and turquoise worn by the North African Navajo people. It shows the many different types of jewellery and accessories and the varying ways in which they are used and made - for example, the different uses and meanings of natural materials (stones, feathers and shells) in jewellery. It also includes traditional jewellery and accessories for you to make, such as African anklets and an Indian 'evil eye' amulet.