jewelry. Thursday , June 01st , 2017 - 15:02:51 PM
Metals which contain iron, like stainless steel, are called ferrous metals. And metals like copper, brass, silver, which do not contain iron are called non-ferrous metals. Both ferrous and non-ferrous metals are used for making jewelry.
Word to the Wise: If you're buying jewelry for collection or for gifting, buying a signed piece has more value. If you're buying to use on a regular basis, even unsigned ones will work fine.
3. With a set of jewelry pliers with round jaws, bend the complete loop to a size that is bigger than the cord that you will be putting it on. Give the piece a final polishing and it is now ready to put on the cord. You can add beading of your choice or just leave it as is, and you now have a very unique and beautiful necklace.
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