Silver jewelry is one of the most popular ones. Their noble cold shine attracts with its beauty and mystery.
Recently, silver more often appears in the collections of jewelers, decorated with various precious stones. However, everything needs careful care; otherwise its life will be significantly reduced. Jewelry requires special attention, it is important for its owner to adhere to certain recommendations for their storage and cleaning.
Why silver dims
Mechanical damage, lack of care, improper storage - all these factors can lead to the fact that rings, earrings, bracelets and chains with pendants will quickly darken and lose all their attractiveness. In addition, in the cracks, even in the smallest, dust, dirt, cosmetic agents are hammered, which adversely affects the structure of the metal.
Also, silver is susceptible to sulphide corrosion: it quickly darkens, and this is due to the fact that hydrogen sulphide can be found in the air. Especially rapidly the plaque is formed with high humidity. If you do not take off jewelry at night, when doing sports, cleaning, they will quickly lose their appearance. Therefore, to make them enjoy our eyes longer, they need to adhere to certain rules of storage and use.
April Birthstone: Dazzling Diamonds
You’ve all heard the saying; diamonds are a girl’s best friend. These radiant beauties have been captivating the hearts of women for centuries. Diamonds were named the official birthstone for April by the National Association of Jewelers in 1912. It is also the gemstone for the 30th and 60th anniversaries.
Jewelry Interview with Ungenita Provost of Ungenita’s Beauty Blog
It’s time for another interview with a fellow blogger, fashionista and jewelry lover. We at Joolwe.com like to talk with other bloggers about anything and everything that has to do with jewelry and fashion and share it with the Joolwe community.
Stone Garnet – its varieties and useful properties
Garnet is a stone of passion, hardened fire of the human heart, adorns rings of beauties and armor of soldiers. The second name of the stone is "Venis". In ancient Egypt, stone was inserted into the orbit of statues of the gods.
June Birthstone: Amazing Alexandrite
Alexandrite is perhaps one of the rarest and most mysterious gemstones on the marketplace today. This exotic gemstone was first discovered in 1834 in the Ural Mountains in Russia and named after the Russian tsar Alexander II.
Jewelry Interview with CollegeCandy.com’s Lauren Herskovic
Its that time again where we introduce you to a fellow blogger, fashionista and jewelry aficionado. We are passionate about jewelry and we love hearing from our customers and members of the blogosphere about ttheir thoughts and feelings on the subject.