Imke Delara. jewelry. December 03rd , 2017.
Titanium is by far the metal of choice for body piercings, and can be used safely for initial piercings. Implant grade G23 titanium (Ti6al4v-ELI) is the material used in surgical implants, is biocompatible, resistant to body fluids and nickel free. Titanium weighs less and is much stronger than steel,which results in body piercing jewelry that is both durable, comfortable and virtually resistant to scratching. Titanium is not a cheap as some other metals, but well worth the slightly higher price. Titanium body jewelry is beautiful, it lasts, and will look just the same after many years of wear.
2. Select pieces that complement, but don't necessarily match the color of your clothing. Wearing traditional blue sapphire earrings with a blue dress seems like a safe choice, but it may not be the best choice. Monochromatic dressing makes a statement, and if executed well can be a powerful choice. In many cases, however, it represents a missed opportunity to add personality to a wardrobe selection.
Tanzanite, being one of the most important gemstones in the history of mankind, has a beautiful folklore. Incredible and tantalizing, tanzanite is found only at one place on earth - in the African state of Tanzania. In 1967, this alluring and striking blue-violet gemstone was discovered which the world had never seen before. Since its discovery, Masai communities have created their own mythologies about the origin of this extraordinary gemstone. Tanzanite is available in different varieties green tanzanite, purple tanzanite and Bondi Blue tanzanite. This brilliant gemstone has a multi-dimensional color property ie. it displays three different colors when seen from different directions.
Even the Vikings were great bead artisans. Although they were considered as barbaric marauders, and the designs of their beads were not quite as elaborate as the ones made by the other people during the same era, the use of color in their glass beads was certainly remarkable. The distinctive colors as well as the way they arranged the beads in making bracelets, necklaces, and amulets are beautiful examples of jewelry making skills of people in those early days of human history - many of which would be quite at home in the jewelry emporiums of modern times.
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