Yehudit Laine. jewelry. June 27th , 2017.
Mood rings were first invented in the late 1960s, by a jeweler named Marvin Wernick and were later popularized by Joshua Reynolds, in the 1970s. In fact, the mood ring is an acclaimed fad of the 1970s. A lot of people followed the trend of wearing mood rings and the fashion trend was revived once again, a few years ago, with the mood ring making a comeback into the fashion world. Many, especially teenagers, proudly owned and sported mood rings, thus allowing the fashion jewelry trend to set once again. But, I wonder how many of us have the answers to what exactly are mood rings, how do they work, what are the different colors and what is their meaning? Of all these questions, the one most intriguing one would be that of the meanings of the mood ring colors. Let's find out.
Word to the Wise: If you're buying jewelry for collection or for gifting, buying a signed piece has more value. If you're buying to use on a regular basis, even unsigned ones will work fine.
Have you ever closely observed how your anklet or bracelet fastens around your wrist or ankle? Have you noticed the way the two ends are held together using different locking mechanism or clasps? Well, if you love jewelry, then you probably would have. Various clasps are used to fasten jewelry, and some of them are more common, if not exclusive, to only a particular piece of jewelry. For example, lobster clasps are far more common on necklaces than on bracelets and anklets.
You will get plenty of Puka shells at the beaches of Hawaii and Philippines. Watch out for places on the beach, which are remote and not filled with tourists. The more crowded the beach, the less likely that you might get shells there. There is a huge pile of these shells on white sand beaches. Look out for tiny shells (white or beige-colored). Collect the ones that are not damaged.
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