Imke Delara. jewelry. March 31st , 2017.
The hardness of sliver is lower than copper, but higher than lead and tin. Using a pin to scrape an inconspicuous place in jewelry, if it is very difficulty to leave a mark on the surface, the jewelry is probably made of copper. If a mark can be made by scraping and the mark is also very obvious, the jewelry is probably made of lead or tin. If the mark is not so obvious, then the jewelry is probably made of sliver.
Long chain and pearl necklaces: One style that hasnt lost its appeal due to its unerring ability to ratchet any outfit up a notch is the layered necklace trend. All over the runways and fashion magazines, long chains with gemstones or pearls, when paired with shorter pendants or pearl strands, draw the eye up and down the outfit and really pull a look together. Experiment with different lengths, depending on your stature and your outfits details; multiple length chains go especially well with falls paper bag waists and drop waists but not so great with fussy necklines (some of this seasons styles sport big, floppy bows at the neck). Consider adding at least one chain with pearls or a strand of pearls. This fall, the pulled together, ladylike look is back with a vengeance. Think gloves, hats and tailored silhouettesall pearl-friendly styles.
In addition, there is a line of pendants, earrings and pins in a 3-metal design, using copper, bronze, and silver. These Body Mind Soul jewelry pieces are a favorite among those partial to the blend of 3 metals. This style features a round disc with the Science of Mind logo in the three colors.
Finally, the workspace where you create your ornaments is very important. This means that you will need quality lighting conditions, particularly if you wear eyeglasses or if you feel that at a certain point during your work, your eyes sore - it is a clear sign that either you are tired so it's time you took a break or lighting conditions are not appropriate. Jewelry making can be a particularly meticulous occupation. Attention to details is a must and you need to be able to notice everything.
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