jewelry. Friday , April 21st , 2017 - 02:02:52 AM
F. L. Thorpe changed the manufacturing and distribution of Black Hills Gold jewelry. Using his acquired skills and knowledge from the Bradley Horological Institute, he made numerous, significant improvements. Newer production methods were implemented using modern equipment, including labor and timesaving steel dies. Over 600 new and special designs were created without changing the basic grape and leaf design in three colors of gold. Finally, he expanded the trade territory of Black Hills Gold jewelry by finding new retail accounts to sell it. His influence is still visible in the designs manufactured today, with many remaining virtually unchanged." 2
I see you were concerned about my Tiffany bracelet listing. Fact of the matter is we (30 ebayers) make purchases of 100 or more at a wholesale price straight from a distributer in Hong Kong. If you worked at Tiffany's you wold know that everything they sell is jacked up to 2-3 times after it arrives to uphold their reputation and pay their employees very well. They make alot of profit. As for myself and the others, we make between $10-$20 per item.
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.
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