Bracelets are made using many materials
Bracelets are made using many materials. Gold bracelets, Silver bracelets, Pearl bracelets, White gold bracelets, Diamond bracelets, Leather bracelets, Copper bracelets, Gemstone bracelets etc. Shimmer like a star with Diamond Bracelets. Some designs include Diamond Tennis Bracelets and Diamond Bangle Bracelets.
Look for a diamond bracelet with at least near-colorless diamonds that are guaranteed to have no visible imperfections. All Blue Nile diamond bracelets are guaranteed to meet this standard of quality. Unique gemstone bracelets and birthstone bracelets are made with a wide range of precious stones. The gemstones range from topaz to diamond and sapphire. Many designs come with multiple gemstones that are quite popular and trendy.
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.
Huge collection of silver jewellery
The Egyptians considered gold to be a perfect metal, and gave it the symbol of a circle. Since silver was the closest to gold in perfection, it was given the symbol of a semi-circle. We offer a huge selection of designs, from high-fashion silver jewellery, bold and dramatic to traditional wedding bands.
It will allow you to build a large and individualized silver jewellery wardrobe for your every mood, style and budget. If you are not wearing them, it is vital to store them in a clean and dry place away from moisture. It is advisable not to wear your jewellery while swimming or bathing. Because the chlorine from the water can be spoil the metal. Avoid using sulfurous substances such as rubber bands on them. Also avoid direct contact with chemicals and paints. Do not mix jewels. Store them separately.