Women love jewellery. Fact. There is just something about the way it makes us feel that is irresistible. We use it to complete a “look” whether it be adding a glimpse of personality to a work outfit, a touch of sparkle to a dress or simply making us feel that little bit special day-to-day.
Jewellery is an ideal gift. However, it is not a case of one size fits all. Jewellery taste is closely linked to personality – give her something she does not like and she will start analysing how well you really know her. Yes, in principle, the thought does count. She will appreciate being given jewellery, although if you misjudge her taste, she will at best only wear the jewellery for your benefit and at worst bury it deep in a drawer and question what possessed you to buy it in the first place.
The solution? Save yourself a wasted effort and embarrassment by learning to recognise the different jewellery personality types and it will guide you in your search.
Gold has been used to make high quality jewelry for centuries, and these days, gold jewelry is not just a beautiful adornment but an investment and an heirloom. When searching for that perfect piece of gold jewelry for yourself or a loved one, there are several factors to consider, including quality, design and price. A reputable local jeweler can also answer all your questions about the jewelry, but it pays to do some research before you buy. To make sure that you get the right gold, silver, or platinum jewelry for you, here is some useful information about gold jewelry.
Gold is often mixed with other metals to change the color or improve the durability of the metal. The purity of gold is measured by karat. You’ve probably seen jewelry stamped with 10K, 14K, 18K or 24K. These classifications indicate the percentages of pure gold to other metals that are mixed in. Metals that are mixed with gold include silver, copper, nickel and platinum. The higher the karat number, the more pure the gold is. This means that 24K gold is pure gold, and 10K gold contains 10 parts gold to 14 parts other metals. While
Why Should I Buy Gold?
The world has been in love with gold ever since it was discovered. It is called a precious metal because it has a high economic value and is relatively scarce in relation to the level of demand for it. Gold was the standard in which the values of many currencies around the world were based until recently; because of confidence in its ability to hold it’s value over the long haul. At times of trouble, people always default to valuable portable property such as gold, diamonds and other valuable gems.
Gold has been the preferred metal for wedding rings in the west for a long time. It is very rare that couples exchange rings other than gold rings when getting married. In fact, in some Asian cultures, wealth is transferred unto the newlyweds in the form of gold jewelry.
Gold is very malleable and so has been the preferred metal for jewelers over centuries. It also does not rust or decay. If it gets dull, just applying a quick polish restores it’s luster and shine.
Gold is virtually indestructible and everlasting.
Gold keeps it’s value over time and