Jewelry is formed from either precious metals being molded into beautiful works of art, or precious metals being married with precious gems and jewels to create eye catching and elegant pieces. The tips in this article will help you sort through the various pieces to determine the jewelry that is not only appealing to you, but is also appealing when worn by you.
If you are a seller of jewelry, make sure you include some photos of what it should look like when its worn. Jewelry tends to look much different when you actually see it in use versus just sitting on a tabletop. Try getting a photo of a mannequin wearing it or have yourself, your staff or even your customers submit “modeling” photos of the pieces in use. This provides all of your customers a view into how things look with their sizing and how things dangle.
Stay away from cheap glass jewelry. Borosilicate and lampwork glass jewelry are a new rage. Many styles of this type of jewelry are popping up in malls all over the country. However the products labeled as high quality lampwork glass are nothing more than cheap imported glass goods. Such glass products are usually not kiln annealed which means that there is a high chance that the product can shatter, cutting your skin while you’re wearing it. Purchase glass jewelry from local artisans or reliable vendors that you know are selling quality products. If it’s too cheap, you know it is too good to be true. Good glass costs anywhere from the low forty dollar range up into the hundreds.
There are many varieties of jewelry in the world created by the combination of precious metals, jewels, and gems. The results of the processes that form jewelry create beautiful and striking works of art that can be worn on one’s person. Now, instead of being awestruck by these creations, you can deftly sort through them to determine those that will be most complimentary to you.