Jewelry. Published at Saturday, June 03rd 2017, 17:11:52 PM by Kamille.
Birthday is the usual occasions we have in our life. Of course who among of us humans, doesn`t celebrate one`s birthday? So if you are planning to give her a gift during her birthday, birthstone jewelry is the ideal one. Obviously it`s her birthday, so you have to give her a birthstone jewelry that corresponds to the month she was born. With these exceptional types of jewelry your gift is guaranteed to wear every day. Let`s say for instances your girlfriends birth day falls in the month of June. So you have to give her a Pearl. But then if her birth day falls in the month of July, obviously you have to give her a set of Ruby Jewelries.
Jewelry is a style driven industry. Some styles are classic and stay around for decades, others last just a few months. Estate jewelry that is out of style can`t command premium price. In fact some styles are so out of favor that the jewelry`s only value is its intrinsic worth. The other extreme is that the jewelry could be antique. Antique jewelry is highly collectible and may require a specialty option to sell. Knowing if your jewelry is just old and out of style or an antique can mean the difference of hundreds, if not thousands of dollars.
Here are some cleaning tips. Never clean gold and gems in chlorine. Ammonia based cleaning products are used throughout the jewelry industry, but they can damage some gems. Try and avoid them if you can and know for certain if they well not hurt the gems in your jewelry. Use a mild soap with warm water and a soft toothbrush, then rinse thoroughly for most jewelry. A hard toothbrush and toothpaste or toothpowder will scratch gold and hurt some gems. The best cleaning tip is to know for certain the best cleaners to use on your jewelry and do it carefully.
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