Emem Tomislava. jewelry. December 21st , 2017.
The original floating pearl necklaces employed the method of knotting. A knot was made after each pearl in the necklace and the advantage of this technique is, if the thread breaks, only one pearl will fall off the necklace rather than the entire string of pearls. Another method involved wrapping the acrylic thread around the pearls with the thread becoming part of the design of the jewelry. They form Illusion Pearl Necklaces that adds style and flair to any jewelry collection threaded on virtually-invisible fine acrylic strands. They are and made of 4-5 mm round natural cultured fresh water pearls either are of the same color; or pearls of different colors and sizes. They are also available in single strand or in multi-strand. One has an endless variety of designs and styles to choose from many online stores that sell exquisitely delicate illusion pearl necklaces.
Polymer clay is made from PVC (polyvinyl chloride) and can be kneaded into various shapes and sizes. It can be painted using an array of colors, and is an ideal medium for making jewelry for hobbyists and beginners. Making jewelry out of it is compliant due to the ease of baking the clay. It is available in vibrant colors that remains intact even after it is baked. The baking process is also called firing, which helps fuse the clay particles so that it becomes hard enough.
In addition, there is a line of pendants, earrings and pins in a 3-metal design, using copper, bronze, and silver. These Body Mind Soul jewelry pieces are a favorite among those partial to the blend of 3 metals. This style features a round disc with the Science of Mind logo in the three colors.
One of the most common causes of allergic reactions to earrings is nickel, a metal commonly used to make affordable earrings. Nickel is often present in earrings made of stainless steel. Most jewelry stores carry earrings which are labeled "Nickel-Free." If you are experiencing painful, red, or itchy ears after wearing earrings, try buying earrings manufactured without nickel to see if the problem goes away. More than likely, nickel is what's causing the reaction.
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