About Men's Jewellery Designers
Nowadays, men are becoming as enamored with jewellery. Jewellery designers have well woken up to the fact and are now offering exclusive and extensive men's range of jewellery. This jewellery is ranging right from diamond-studded watches to chains, bracelets and pendants.
This trend is further accentuated by the portrayal of men supporting flashy pieces of jewellery in cinema. Accessories as they are with cars and gizmos. In the past the passion for jewellery rested with women alone. From the mafia kings carrying extravagant neckpieces, to the young lover wearing a kinky bracelet gifted by his fiancÚ, men across all channels are being quick enough to adopt the trend. In this section, we take a look on the latest developments in this trend along with the major newsmakers in this aspect.
Care for Antique Gemstones
Gemstones are a valuable part of any piece of antique jewellery. Common sense is the best preventative measure when caring for any antique gemstone. Although the metal components of ornaments often receive the most attention, gemstone care is equally as important.
Hairdryers should never be used to dry freshly-cleaned gemstones, and no pieces should ever come in contact with chlorine. It is crucial to protect antique jewellery as a whole, in order to maintain as much value as possible over time.
Gemstones weakest areas of a man's body
When a man wears this stone either as a necklace or a bracelet, it helps the masculine juices flow so that he can really feel like a man. This often helps more when it comes to the male sexual energy because it gives them so much more than just the need to have sexual relations.
A green tourmaline necklace is said to increase a man's need to love, feel, and dominate without having any type of insecurities that usually hold most men back. The gemstone is said to work on the weakest areas of a man's body and soul first in order to balance his whole soul so that he can give off that aura of self-confidence, knowledge, and male libido.