jewelry. Thursday , August 03rd , 2017 - 09:49:45 AM
Everyone's talking about vintage jewelry. To be worn to a costume party or for the 'something old' in a wedding or just for fashion's sake, these are just a few of the many, many times you hear people going on and on about how awesome vintage jewelry is and how it ups the glamor quotient in a jiffy; hence, the immense popularity and rush to buy this exquisite breed of jewelry. However, it has also given rise to a lot of vintage jewelry 'manufacturers' who are willing to go to great extents to dupe people into buying jewelry that was made probably a couple of years ago. It has become imperative, therefore, to understand what to look for when buying vintage jewelry and how to sift the fakes from the real pieces. Buzzle guides you in this regard.
What Swarovski was able to accomplish was to make gemstones a sort of "style". Now decorating anything with gemstones was as much of a style as any other pattern or textile. Thus Swarovski ushered in a revolution of sorts in the fashion industry. By being able to produce brilliant high quality gemstones on a mass scale, Swarovski was able to create a new standard in style and has been able stake its claim in the high end fashion market. People use these unique and high quality crystals to adorn everything from cellphones and purses, to jewelry and clothing.
With Jeanine Payer's exclusive range of engraved jewelry, you can. Bracelets, rings, earrings and necklaces each meticulously crafted from precious metals with words of gold etched on them for eternal enjoyment. Poetry hand-engraved onto precious metals is how this San Francisco-based jewelry designer creates her collections of emotionally engaging yet subtle jewelry. Take the Alene bracelet, for example. A brushed, sterling silver cuff accented with an 18k high polish gold face plate featuring a hand-textured look on both the interior and exterior surfaces. The hand engraving that appears along the 18k gold plate bears Emerson's immortal lines. What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.
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