Gold is one of the most popular precious metals that has been used by mankind since ancient times as jewelry, decor items, accessories, coins (in our time, bank bullion). We believe that the love of gold appeared because of its magical color, which is symbolized with success and wealth.
Jewelry care is a question that interests almost every owner. After all, everyone wants the product to always look like new all year round. Powerful Google contains a lot of information about cleaning gold or silver. However, a significant part of the proposed methods is amateur. And the worst part is that some of the methods even spoil your jewelry. After analyzing all the methods, we have prepared for you a publication that will answer one of the most common questions — «How to clean sterling silver?»
“Rhodium plating” — how many times have you heard about this metal coating? Have you ever thought about how the process is going on and for what purpose it is used for? It is believed that rhodium plating — is the best way to deal with silver and gold allergies. Think that's right? Well, lets find then the truth. We will tell you not only about the reasons for use, the effect on the body, but also show how it happens.
Friends, looking for our silver jewelry, you probably noticed that we cover most of them with oxidation. Many of our clients are interested in this coverage because not everyone knows what it is and what it is used for. For this reason, we created a blog post to expand your knowledge about jewelry and answer frequently asked questions.
Do you like luxury, exclusivity and precious metals? Do you like jewelry about which you can say: “Expensive. Gracefully. Exquisitely? If you affirmatively answer all questions, then you should familiarize yourself with the new collection of jewelry, created for women who dream of becoming stars.
The reason for creating this publication is simple — on the Internet, there is a lot of fake information. Many electronic resources, including well-known jewelry brands, offer inefficient and completely inaccurate methods for determining the size of the ring, after which the jewelry has to be resized.