jewelry. Wednesday , April 26th , 2017 - 17:02:53 PM
While in many parts of the world the possession of jewellery made with precious metals was a reflection of a persons wealth and status in the society, it has today become a normal part of our lives. Though gold may be worn by several women on a daily basis, silver jewellery is more visible due to its affordability. 92.5 sterling silver jewelry is high in demand. 92.5 sterling silver is an alloy of silver in which 7.5 per cent of the mixture is made up of other metals, usually copper, while the remaining 92.5 per cent is pure silver. Also known as the purest form of silver, it is the most feasible for making silver ornaments. Though pure silver can be made into jewels but because it is a very soft metal, the jewel would tend to break easily due to usage. The reason for introducing sterling silver 925 was that ornaments formed from it have greater durability and even if worn on a daily basis, they will not break. They may tarnish due to the presence of other metals in the mixture which react with oxygen, however, cleaning sterling silver jewellery is not a very tedious task.
tone: Ever wondered what gold tone or silver tone means? This means just what the name implies. Tone refers to the color of the metal only. Gold and silver tone jewelry are silver and gold in color but contain no actual gold or silver.
The Hamesh hand or Hamsa hand is a popular motif in Jewish jewelry. Arab cultures often refer to it as the Hand of Fatima, which represents the Hand of G-d. The Hamsa serves as an ancient talismanic way of averting the evil eye and providing a "protecting hand" or "Hand of God". The Hamsa appears often in stylized form, as a hand with three fingers raised, and sometimes with two thumbs arranged symmetrically. The symbol is used in amulets, charms, jewelry, door entrances, cars, and other places to ward the evil eye.
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