Sela Anamarija. jewelry. August 12th , 2017.
I see you were concerned about my Tiffany bracelet listing. Fact of the matter is we (30 ebayers) make purchases of 100 or more at a wholesale price straight from a distributer in Hong Kong. If you worked at Tiffany's you wold know that everything they sell is jacked up to 2-3 times after it arrives to uphold their reputation and pay their employees very well. They make alot of profit. As for myself and the others, we make between $10-$20 per item.
This type of jewelry is not very common anymore. This is more so because it is illegal to use elephant hair to make jewelry. Elephants are protected species and most products that you find in the market that use elephant hair are from animals that have been poached and hunted which makes it illegal to buy or sell them. While there are manufacturers in the market that deal in jewelry made of elephant hair, most of these products are antiques from a time long gone by. You cannot legally import products made from elephant hair into any country that is a signatory of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) treaty. But, if you still want to possess such a piece of jewelry, you can opt for one made of synthetic elephant hair while retaining the authentic look.
Jackie Onassis and Princess Diana are two elegant women that wore pearls and made them popular in the fashion industry. Although their pearls were genuine and not affordable to most people, there are many imitation pearl necklaces that look sophisticated and won't cost a fortune.
Description: These plastic crescent-shaped guards are easy to use as you just have to place the ring band in the guard. Place the slit of the guard in the center hole of the ring with the convex side, which faces the ring band. Push the ring band in the guard. Wearing the ring will secure the guard to the ring. The guard is removable with an easy peel of the guard from the ring.
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