You can't afford nice jewellery
Buy from a knock off jeweller and feel like a million bucks, if you just want to feel like a star or got a party to attend, a date you want to look nice. Don't spend any more time feeling like you can't afford nice jewellery. Your wedding day is an important day and you should feel like a star. Looking for rubies? Have an itch for pink? It doesn't matter what you want, you can find it.
The options are endless because most of these knock off companies are purchasing new jewelry weekly to keep up with the celebrities. You too can get the look of the red carpet all with one click of a button. You can if you purchase your jewels through celebrity inspired jewellery sites. You want diamonds? With so many stores and great looking items the options are endless. They've got amazing CZ stones that shine. Some of the stores also allow you to request specific pieces. It is amazing what is available for the paying customer. You can even find jewellery to wear on your wedding day.
Diamonds are forever
You may be familiar with the term, 'Diamonds are Forever'. It is made popular by the De Beers advertising campaigns and for good reason. They have been used throughout the ages as bearers of mystic powers and incredible beauty. Not only are these diamonds rare in numbers but also in the number of skilled artisans that can complement their exquisite beauty.
Part of the credit for the almost mythical reverence to diamonds throughout the years belongs to the fact that these beauties are quite rare in their most sought after gemstone quality form. Through the centuries they have been revered and admired by many civilizations. When it comes to history, diamonds have a very long and fascinating record as one of the most intriguing gemstones on the planet. Forged billions of years ago, long before dinosaurs roamed the planet, they have survived the forces of nature to reach us.
How Durable is My Gemstone Jewellery?
First of all a note about the hardness and therefore relative durability of gemstones. To measure hardness, the jewellery industry uses the Mohs scale. This gem-trade standard, conceived by Friedrich Mohs in 1812, measures the ability of a gem or mineral to resist abrasion damage.
Diamond at 10 is the hardest whereas talc at 1 is the softest. Popular gemstones like amethyst and citrine register 7 whereas rubies and sapphires register 9. Most of us come off the beach on the first day with the 3 sís all achieved - rings caked in sand, sea-salt and suntan lotion. Nude sunbathing, as far as silver and gold jewellery is concerned, is a must! Remember also that sand will scratch the surface of precious metals.