The history and uses of jewelry are as fascinating as the array of styles and materials used in the designs themselves. Jewelry is a remembrance of joyous and important occasions, as well as tributes to personal relationships for both givers and owners. Whether you are buying, selling or just want to enjoy your jewelry more, you need the right tips to help you get the most out of your experience.
Harsh chemicals and solvents can damage the finish of your jewelry and should never be used to clean it. Harsh chemicals will dull your stones and dissolve the enamel on your jewelry.
When you purchase jewelery ensure you know what you are buying. Gemstones come in three different varieties: natural, imitation and synthetic. Synthetic and natural are real stones, while the imitation ones are plastic that is colored. Natural stones are found in mines, while synthetic stones are produced by machines.
Try out the jewelery by wearing it for a period of time, like a day, so you can see whether it’s uncomfortable or doesn’t hang as well as you hoped. Doing this also tells you how well it stands up to normal daily wear.
A brooch will add an interesting aspect to the belt. You can pin in at the front-center of the belt or near the hip.
Untangle your knotted messes of delicate chains and necklaces. Believe it or not, you can use plastic wrap to untangle jewelry. Lay the necklace out on plastic wrap, then apply baby or mineral oil. Use some needles to untangle. Use a mild liquid soap to remove the oil and then pat dry with a towel.
To most people, jewelry symbolizes more than just a monetary investment, it symbolizes a memory which is truly priceless. It doesn’t matter whether jewelry reminds you of good times you’ve had or hope for the future. All jewelry encompasses human emotion in some form.