jewelry. Sunday , October 08th , 2017 - 04:02:50 AM
Leo Baekeland, a Belgian-born American chemist, invented Bakelite in 1907, in an attempt to find a replacement for shellac (a resin made from the secretion of female lac bugs).
Elephant hair jewelry! Does the concept seem slightly weird or did you think there is some form of typing error there? Well, you are erring on both accounts. Jewelry made from elephant hair has been around for several centuries now, and it holds a wide variety of meanings and associations. From the African myth of elephants being home to the soul of deceased tribal chiefs, to the Vietnamese belief that they are the symbols of romantic luck, products made from their hair are coveted for many reasons. Let us take a look at how the jewelry made from the wiry thick hair on the elephant's tail became this popular.
The various colors of turquoise available today in jewelry are already a result of color treatments. Chemicals are normally involved in the process to improve or change the color of the stone.
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