tugumuda on November 4th, 2008

All man jewelry should be simple in design and of excellent quality. Never reject things because they are not the latest fashion. For men, an ancient signet or a pin with a big diamond are status symbols. The excellent jeweler’s art raise all possible objections.

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tugumuda on November 1st, 2008

If you are about to have a party to attend with the elegant concept and style, you surely want to look fabulous and make people turn their heads on you. In choosing jewelry products you can have plenty of options that can reflect your sophisticated taste and lifestyle. Choose among the high quality only to [...]

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tugumuda on July 25th, 2008

New York—Jewelers of America (JA) commends the U.S. Congress for its passage this week of a bill banning Burmese gemstones, a measure JA has been advocating for some time.

The ban places a total embargo on the importation of gemstones from Myanmar (formerly known as Burma), including those that are mined in Myanmar and subsequently pass [...]

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tugumuda on July 25th, 2008

Many women complain that their white gold jewelry is turning yellow. They don’t understand why this is happening and they’re confused.

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Natural and cultured pearls both grow inside oysters. However, natural pearls form naturally in oysters while cultured pearls are formed in oysters by the human implantation of a nucleus. The other main difference between natural and cultured pearls is that a natural pearl has thicker mother of pearl, or nacre, layers than a cultured pearl.

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tugumuda on July 10th, 2008

A pearl is a hardened ’stone’ formed inside certain types of oysters as a protection against grit that has entered their shells. Black pearls are not actually black, but very dark gray, with overtones such as blue, green or purple. For centuries, black pearls were prized for their rarity; most pearls are white, cream-colored or [...]

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tugumuda on July 10th, 2008

Mother of pearl, also called nacre, is an iridescent layer of material which forms the shell lining of many mollusks. Pearl oysters and abalone are both sources of mother of pearl, which is widely used as an inlay in jewelry, furniture, and musical instruments. Mother of pearl comes in several natural colors, and is often [...]

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tugumuda on July 10th, 2008

Pearls differ from other gemstones in that they’re not mined from rock, but rather harvested from mollusks, especially oysters. Clams and mussels have been known to produce pearls as well. Basically, a pearl is produced when an irritant such as sand gets caught inside the oyster. To protect itself, the oyster secretes a substance akin [...]

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tugumuda on July 10th, 2008

Freshwater pearls are pearls which have formed in the shells of freshwater mollusks, commonly mussels. Initially, freshwater pearls were not as highly prized as saltwater pearls, but advances in culturing techniques for pearls have led to a higher demand for freshwater pearls. The majority of cultured freshwater pearls come from China, where techniques have led [...]

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tugumuda on July 10th, 2008

From playful styles meant for little girls to exceptional handcrafted jewelry cases, cupboards and chests, jewelry boxes come in all shapes, sizes, functions and price ranges. Different styles of jewelry boxes are used for different types of jewelry, from costume pieces to fine jewels.

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