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Whether a ring, bangle or necklace, each piece in Zales' first-of-its-kind, piece collection is designed to resonate both with fans who'd like to celebrate their strength, confidence and power — and anyone who wants to recognize the modern-day female warrior in their life.
Each piece is not only stylish, but long-standing fans can identify with the five collections — each of which captures an aspect of Wonder Woman's life:. Zales' newest standing collection features styles in 10K gold and sterling silver with diamonds and colored gemstones throughout.
Zales is operated by Signet Jewelers Limited, the world's largest retailer of diamond jewelry. Signet Jewelers operates over 3, stores. For additional information on Zales, visit www. About Warner Bros. Consumer Products Warner Bros. The division's successful global themed entertainment business includes groundbreaking experiences such as The Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi. The Bracelets of Submission  are a pair of metal bracelets or cuffs worn by Wonder Woman and other Amazons.
They were an original creation by William Moulton Marston as an allegory for his philosophy on loving submission and the emotional control associated with it in order to balance out the strength of the human ego. The bracelets have thus far proven indestructible to attacks, allowing Wonder Woman to deflect impacts from Firearms of all sizes, as well as melee weapons, such as swords and axes.
They are also impervious to, fire, energy blasts lasers, nuclear, and heat , as well as other projectile weaponry, ranging from shells , to arrows. The bracelets are also able to negate any impact so far , and are therefore make Diana immune to fall damage. When an Amazon permits a man to chain her Bracelets of Submission together, she becomes weak as other women in a man-ruled world! Wonder Woman . William Moulton Marston depicted the origin story of the Amazons as Greek women who had been bound by the wrists by men, who at one point realized their power and broke free.
They then moved to their own women-only island , where, in the absence of male oppression, they grew progressively stronger and longer-lived. The "Bracelets of Submission" were still worn as a cautionary reminder: to forfeit one's independence by allowing male dominance over their will sapped them of their own power.
The inspiration to give Diana bracelets came from the pair of bracelets worn by Olive Byrne , creator William Moulton Marston's research assistant and lover. The Greeks put them in chains of the Hitler type, beat them, and made them work like horses in the fields.
Aphrodite, the goddess of love, finally freed these unhappy girls. But she laid down the rule [ Aphrodite's Law ] that they must never surrender to a man for any reason. I know of no better advice to give modern women than this rule that Aphrodite gave the Amazon girls.
Marston used bondage as a symbol concept. As a psychologist, Marston believed that " kinky doesn't make something wrong or weak, abuse does". Central to feminism is the idea that women are systematically subordinated, and bad faith exists when women surrender their agency to this subordination.
Marston was heavily influenced by his "marriage" with two women, one of whom was the niece of Margaret Sanger and daughter of Ethel Byrne both radical feminists and pioneering supporters of birth control and abortion. In the Golden Age of Comics , the Amazons of Paradise Island were depicted wearing the bracelets as a symbol of submission to their patron goddess Aphrodite and, under the goddess's instruction, as a reminder to the Amazons of the folly of submitting to men and the resultant period when they were subjugated under the rule of the treacherous Hercules.
The bracelets were magically made to be indestructible by Aphrodite. The bracelets were useful, as magically indestructible bracers they could be used to deflect bullets, energy weapons, and any murderous weapons in Man's World. Originally portrayed as being bronze, in Wonder Woman 52, published in March , it was first mentioned that the bracelets were composed of " amazonium. In Sensation Comics 4 it was revealed that Amazons temporarily lost their super strength if a male welded chains to their bracelets together.
Their strength remained unaffected if they were chained by females Sensation Comics They would regain their strength if their bracelets were unchained. In later stories, Amazons lost their strength if males simply bound their wrists, rather than their bracelets, with chains or other forms of welding. In Comic Cavalcade 14, the bracelets were revealed to balance Amazon strength with loving submission to the positive aims of civilization.
The consequences of removing bracelets became simplified in later stories: if ever broken or removed, the Amazon would go into an uncontrollable destructive frenzy, as Dr. Marston's allegory for the unfettered destruction by the human ego. The bracelets were very rarely broken, and then only by magical weapons empowered by the gods themselves such as Artemis's sword and Aegeus's dagger of Vulcan.
The Amazons were, as before, charged with wearing their bracelets as a constant reminder of their experience of enslavement. They also wore the bracelets as a penance of failing their mission to reform mankind. However, they did not lose their strength if males chained their bracelets together and were not cursed with madness should the bracelets be removed or broken.
Additionally, the generic Amazon bracelet provides no special protection. When Diana won the Contest to become Wonder Woman, she was given a pair of magical silver bracelets. The bracelets were later explained as having been forged from the remnants of the Aegis , a shield made from the indestructible hide of the great she-goat, Amalthea , who suckled Zeus as an infant.
When crossed before her, the bracelets are able to generate a remnant of the Aegis, allowing Diana to deflect attacks far larger than the surface area of her bracelets. This remnant takes the form of a semi-visible spherical forcefield roughly twice the height of Diana. Both Donna Troy and Cassie Sandsmark also have their own indestructible silver bracelets.
When Hippolyta continued to operate as Wonder Woman after Diana's resurrection, she likewise wore her own silver bracelets.
Whether a ring, bangle or necklace, each piece in Zales' first-of-its-kind, piece collection is designed to resonate both with fans who'd like to celebrate their strength, confidence and power — and anyone who wants to recognize the modern-day female warrior in their life. Each piece is not only stylish, but long-standing fans can identify with the five collections — each of which captures an aspect of Wonder Woman's life:. Zales' newest standing collection features styles in 10K gold and sterling silver with diamonds and colored gemstones throughout.
Zales is operated by Signet Jewelers Limited, the world's largest retailer of diamond jewelry. Signet Jewelers operates over 3, stores. For additional information on Zales, visit www. About Warner Bros. Consumer Products Warner Bros. The division's successful global themed entertainment business includes groundbreaking experiences such as The Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi. It was revealed during Gail Simone 's tenure as the title's writer that Zeus had endowed the bracelets with the power to channel his divine lightning when they were struck together at will.
It was revealed in the New 52 that Wonder Woman's bracelets help her control her divine powers as a daughter of Zeus, as shown when she removed them during a fight with Artemis. On the live-action Wonder Woman television series , the two-part episode "The Feminum Mystique" establishes that the bracelets are produced from " feminum ," a metal found only on Paradise Island. When Nazi agents learn the truth from Wonder Woman's sister Drusilla, they invade Paradise Island and force the Amazons to mine the feminum until the Amazons turn the tables on their captors.
Removal of the bracelets leaves Wonder Woman vulnerable to attack but does not render her powerless or insane. To create the bullet deflection effect, explosive charges were attached to the bracelets worn by Lynda Carter. She concealed triggering devices in her hands and, on cue, would trigger the devices to create the explosive effect. The bracelets are depicted as bracers in the DC Extended Universe. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article describes a work or element of fiction in a primarily in-universe style.
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