jewelry. Wednesday , August 16th , 2017 - 20:02:53 PM
Egg shells are probably one of the oldest materials to be used. Jewelry was usually made by stringing these materials together and fastening the strung beads around various body parts - the wrists, ankles, neck, waist etc. Animal sinew (or tendon) was used to 'string' the elements together. Elephant hair jewelry provides another example of using animal body parts to make jewelry.
The original floating pearl necklaces employed the method of knotting. A knot was made after each pearl in the necklace and the advantage of this technique is, if the thread breaks, only one pearl will fall off the necklace rather than the entire string of pearls. Another method involved wrapping the acrylic thread around the pearls with the thread becoming part of the design of the jewelry. They form Illusion Pearl Necklaces that adds style and flair to any jewelry collection threaded on virtually-invisible fine acrylic strands. They are and made of 4-5 mm round natural cultured fresh water pearls either are of the same color; or pearls of different colors and sizes. They are also available in single strand or in multi-strand. One has an endless variety of designs and styles to choose from many online stores that sell exquisitely delicate illusion pearl necklaces.
1. Choose pieces that are appropriate for the situation. Engagement and wedding rings, as well as most watches are generally considered all-purpose. We wear these pieces because of practical, cultural or personal reasons. Other accessories may fit better in some environments than others. For instance, at a job interview, you want to keep the focus on you and your skills -- so it is best to wear jewelry that is professional and understated. Wearing diamond jewelry with jeans and other casual outfits is certainly an accepted fashion trend, use your best instincts about too much "sparkle" for business. If you think a piece of jewelry or a jewelry ensemble might be inappropriate or overpowering for a situation, it probably is. You always want jewelry to make you feel special, not self conscious.
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