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Fashion Jewelry Autumn-Winter 2018-2019

The new high tide

As the greatest fashion designers predicted from the last season, chains are the new high tide in jewelry. The classic chain handcrafted in earrings, extra large circles with drop chains, long chain earrings with gemstones, crosses, coins, fluvias! The new trend is wearing layering necklaces. Two, three or more chains in different design and length. You don't know how to do this?

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Opal

Opal
Gem-quality opal is one of the most spectacular gemstones. A single stone can flash every color of the spectrum with an intensity and quality of color that can surpass the "fire" of diamond. The best opals can command prices per carat that rival expensive diamonds, rubies and emeralds. Opal is one of the most popular gems.

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Handmade Jewelry

Handmade jewelry is made by bringing together different components that are assembled by the hand of mankind other than using machines. Even if at some point lathes and drills are used to make the jewelry, they have to be guided by the hands of humans.

They are made by artists who use any kind of available material to come up with unique designs by using several techniques. teardrop-emerald Handmade Emerald Pendant Some of the materials used to make the jewelry include gemstones, special coated wires, beads or even threads. With the unique skills, the jewelry are crafted using wires wrapped on the gemstones.

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Wire in Jewelry

Interesting facts about the earliest evidence of wire use in jewelry:

Although the art of wire wrapping is often credited to the Phoenician Empire, about 1000 BC, there is evidence of wire use in jewelry far earlier. Biblical scholars have identified wire sculpting as an art form dating as far back as 1446 BC, nearly 500 years before the Phoenicians. They site the event in Exodus 28 of Moses being instructed to create Aaron’s breastplate. The breastplate included gold rings and chains as well as 12 gemstones: ruby, topaz, beryl, turquoise, sapphire, emerald, jacinth, agate, amethyst, chrysolite, onyx and jasper. These gems were all set with gold filigree.

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