jewelry. Thursday , October 05th , 2017 - 04:02:48 AM
The use of elephant hair in making jewelry can be traced back thousands of years. From the continent of Africa to the continent of Asia, it was used all over the world. Its popularity rose after the British conquered and started their rule over many of these countries. Killing endangered animals like tigers and elephants became a sport to pass time and their bones, skins, and hair were used to make gifts that could be given to superiors and their families.
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.
Damage, on the other hand, is pronounced. Dents, scratches, and discoloration are all signs of damage. While accepting a slightly damaged piece is not unheard of, it's the degree of damage that you're willing to accept that matters.
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