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Get Involved With Jewelry Making

There are many jewelry making kits available on the market for younger children and early teenagers, so if you have a child who is interested in taking up jewelry creation as a hobby, then it is very easy to help them to get started. Special jewelry creation kits for young people usually contain lots of […]

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Select and Clean Jewelry Items

For instance, the dealer of these valuable accessories can personalize products such as adding an embossed name, birthstone or charm on a necklace or ring. These can make your jewelry more unique and memorable. Quality jewelry means that classy and expensive materials have been used. These include gold, fine silver; sterling silver; copper; lead-free pewter […]

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Colourful Gold

Yellow Gold-Yellow is the original colour of gold and other shades are developed by alloying it with different elements in a range of proportions. It has been the common choice for men’s and ladies jewellery. One can’t imagine an Indian wedding without yellow gold jewellery. White Gold-White gold is the new popular metal for jewellery; […]

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Blown Glass Beads

How do you create these small unique, tubed pieces of blown glass? Glass blowing were first created back in the 1500’s in Germany. Hans Greiner glass blower developed a special kind of glass bead with silver lining inside. It almost looked like a pearl. Greiner’s the metallic silver bead were a hit all over Europe. […]

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Murano Necklaces

Essentially, Murano beads are glass beads. They have been inspired by the glass artists of Venice and have been in vogue since 1291 AD. Over the years, glass artists have experimented with different manufacturing processes and come up with different finished products including multicolored glass, imitation gemstones, enameled glass, gold threaded glass, crystalline glass, milk […]

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Test Your Silver Jewelry

You can identify authentic sterling jewellery by looking for a mark on the jewelry. The law states that authentic sterling silver must be marked ‘Sterling’ or ‘925’. This engraving is done when the genuine silver is crafted and is typically engraved on the clasp of necklaces or inside of a silver ring or silver bracelet. […]

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Baroque Pearls

Pearls are natural. One cannot change the shape of the pearl like the gold or diamonds can be molded, cut or faceted. They offer themselves as a natural ornament in its own unique shape. Of course you will lighten up wearing the pearls. Everything you should know about Baroque pearls: The shape of the pearls […]

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Future of Emeralds

As supply increases, market forces dictate that prices must go down. However this is not happening with Emeralds because with this increase in supply, comes an increase in interest as jewellery designers can confidently incorporate these stunning gems into their collections, knowing the supply will meet demand and companies can invest in a significant advertising […]

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Grading of Diamonds

Cut: The cut of a diamond refers to the quality of the diamond cut (including its symmetry, proportioning and the polish of its facets). It does not, as is often misunderstood, refer to its geometrical shape (round brilliant, princess, emerald, cushion, etc.). The cut contributes more to the beauty of a diamond than any other […]

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Charriol

This new diamond timepiece is appealing and eye-catching for it’s innovative design namely the unique steel rope design. This design is greatly influenced by the old cultural relics of the first civilization of the Celts that existed some two thousand years ago. Although the actual design is that of a gold ring, Charriol has used […]

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