Jewelry. Published at Wednesday, June 07th 2017, 13:35:43 PM by Kamille.
Condition is a major determining factor of the price received for your jewelry. Damaged and broken jewelry many times justify the restoration costs but most of the time damaged jewelry is only valued at its intrinsic worth. Jewelry repair in many instances is counter-intuitive. I have seen jewelry that has been mangled in such a way that the cost of restoration is minor and easily justified. On the other hand what appeared to be an insignificant problem rendered the jewelry unrestorable. Jewelry repair is one area you don`t want to be a "do it yourselfer". Let the professionals do it, or it could end up costing you a ton of money.
Cold water soak. In a cup or bowl, combine half cold water and half household ammonia. Put the jewelry in and soak for 30 minutes. Do not leave it overnight or for a long period of time. After 30 minutes, remove the jewelry and gently clean the front and back of the setting, if necessary, with an eyebrow brush before swishing the jewelry in the solution again and draining it dry on tissue. Do not use soft gems or any jewelry that is strung, such as ivory or pearls.
Teenagers have different fashion requirements when it comes to choosing the jewelries they want to wear. These types of jewelries combine the age factor and the funky look. You know teenagers are wearing jewelries just to say that they are "IN" when it comes to fashion. Otherwise, jewelries are not just for girls anymore; hence it is more likely favorite by boys too. In addition to that, jewelries also serve as a remembrance and more likely symbolize teenage love or friendship. In some instances, teens prefer to give jewelries as a sign of proposal to become a boyfriend and the same with being the girl friend.
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