Among the many gold chains of different weaving perlin stands out for its unusual links. Their role is played by miniature balls that are like pearls, gently shimmer and shine. Pearl is not the most popular weaving, but it has its own charm – these gold chains look very feminine, fresh and tender, which determines their main audience. They are perfect for young girls who prefer original stylish jewelry.
Chains of pearls appeared on the shelves of jewelry stores not so long ago – only 20–25 years ago, which is incomparable with the history of other weaving. The origin of the name of weaving is obvious – perl in English means a pearl. Continue reading
Clips are the same stylish and effective jewelry for the ears, like ordinary earrings, but clips appeared much later, only in the XX century. Their authorship belongs to the great Louis Cartier, who invented the use of the “clothespins” principle for jewelry. The original decoration was quickly appreciated, not only for the opportunity to refuse to pierce the ears, but also for its multifunctionality – the clip can play the role of an earring, pendant or brooch with the same success, all thanks to the clasp-clip.
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Cutting is the most laborious and crucial stage of the operation to turn a diamond into a diamond. The diamond cutter is faced with the difficult task of finding a compromise between the size of a crystal and the quality of its faceting. The purpose of the master is to find a form that would allow him to keep as much as possible the volume of the stone and ensure the flawlessness of all its faces.
When cutting, most diamonds lose up to 50% or more of their initial weight. The end result depends on the experience of the cutter and the technology used by him in working the stone. Continue reading