jewelry. Tuesday , August 29th , 2017 - 21:02:51 PM
Long chain and pearl necklaces: One style that hasnt lost its appeal due to its unerring ability to ratchet any outfit up a notch is the layered necklace trend. All over the runways and fashion magazines, long chains with gemstones or pearls, when paired with shorter pendants or pearl strands, draw the eye up and down the outfit and really pull a look together. Experiment with different lengths, depending on your stature and your outfits details; multiple length chains go especially well with falls paper bag waists and drop waists but not so great with fussy necklines (some of this seasons styles sport big, floppy bows at the neck). Consider adding at least one chain with pearls or a strand of pearls. This fall, the pulled together, ladylike look is back with a vengeance. Think gloves, hats and tailored silhouettesall pearl-friendly styles.
Some pieces of jewelry need special treatment. Diamonds, for instance, should always be stored in their own compartments. This is not to protect the diamond, but to protect other gems in your jewelry box from its sharp edges. Pearls are soft and easily damaged, so they should always be stored in a soft back that is free of dust and other tiny particles that could scratch the delicate surface. Many other natural gemstones also should be stored in individual pouches to keep them safe from other stones and metals in your jewelry box.
A good solution makes use once again of the rolling mill once filed the piece should be annealed and fed several times through the rolling mill, this is similar to using a rolling pin to flatten dough. Care must be taken each to time turn the piece at a 90 degree angle so as not to distort your design. Also when using this method the sheet will have been significantly thinned by the time the surface is perfect. For that reason it is recommended to use a much thicker sheet than the desired thickness of the finished product. 1.5 mm or thicker work well.
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