jewelry. Thursday , April 20th , 2017 - 22:56:49 PM
2. Cut the piece approximately 5/8 longer than needed, that extra length will make the loop that your leather rope will go through to hang the pendant when finished. Now grind that extra length to an even thickness, approximately 1/16 thick, so it will bend easily to form the loop. If it is too wide you can grind some off of the width before you bend the loop. With a fine file, smooth the edges of the ground metal so that it will not mar the leather and will slide easily on the cord.
Commercial solutions do work, but depending on the nature of your jewelry (e.g. whether it contains gemstones or pearls), you may not be able to submerge it completely, and the cleaning will be uneven.
That is why you need to appraise your jewelry. An appraisal is a process when you determine the estimated and probable value of the asset or property. Land, homes and many other properties are being appraised so the owner will have an idea as to the current and proper value of the property. Such is also the case for appraisal of antique jewelry.
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