jewelry. Thursday , June 29th , 2017 - 15:02:53 PM
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.
Stay away from any body jewelry where the part that you place inside your skin (barbell, banana, ring) is made of silver. All silver tarnishes when it comes in contact with body fluids, can easily harbor bacterial growth, and can contain irritating metals such as nickel. Body jewelry with a sterling silver "charm" that is connected to or dangles from the end of the steel or titanium bar is safe to wear, so long as you aren't allergic to silver jewelry. If you are allergic to silver, you should still be OK if the silver part is plated with rhodium. Just make sure that the part that is inside your body is made from a more biocompatible metal.
1. Start by the usual buffing on two of the pieces. If you have a bracelet that fits well, especially if it has a chain on one side and a lobster claw clasp on the other, that will give you a good idea of the shape and length you want to achieve in your creation.
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