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Platinum is a metal that is even rarer than gold. Unlike gold and silver, there is little evidence of its use by Early Man. Although usually costlier than the yellow metal, platinum's price can fall below gold's during periods of economic uncertainty, as platinum prices are usually driven by industrial demand. Historically, platinum has been costlier than gold, with King Louis XV of France once declaring it the only metal fit for a king. Platinum's rarity accords it a prestige higher than gold, as evidenced through platinum credit cards and platinum record albums.
When it comes to your wardrobe and the different styles of necklines, taking the time to consider what will look good with it, is well worth it. If you're wearing a v-shaped neckline, it's best to not go with a bold necklace piece.
If you keenly study tribal and vintage jewelry you will notice that some of the major traits of tribal jewelry are that it is big, bulky, with prominent designs, but that the designs and patterns essentially lack fineness as well as finesse. Tribal jewelry is, hand in hand with the clich, 'bold and beautiful'.
Cleaning jewelry made from elephant hair can often require to perfect a certain routine. You cannot clean it in the same way as normal jewelry because the knots may slide and cause damage to the hair. You can clean this jewelry by washing it by hand, but avoid using too much pressure as that may cause the hair to break. It is advisable to use normal shampoo or even dog shampoo, but never wash it in the washing machine in a wash cycle as that would cause damage to it beyond repair. Also, it is imperative that after you wash it with shampoo, use a conditioner on it and ensure that each strand of hair is conditioned well and that you wipe off any excess conditioner. Conditioning the hair ensures that the color is protected and maintained and that the hair does not dry and start splitting.
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