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A Guide To Online Diamond Jewelry Shopping

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2012

Jewelry can be a personal ornament such as diamond bracelets, diamond necklaces, diamond stud earrings, birthstones, pearl pendants etc. Diamond studded jewelry can be a wonderful gift for all times to be presented on special occasions of your life.

Purchasing diamond jewelry takes more thought and time as it is rather expensive. But the price factor fades away in front of the love that you want to show to your loved ones. Wearing diamond jewelry is a perfect way to recognize and glorify your inner beauty. While buying diamond jewelry you should consider its three factors – the clarity measure, the diamond cuts, the color intensity. If you are looking for high quality jewelry at affordable prices you should take care of these things before making any purchase.

Now a day’s online jewelry shopping for most products is appreciated due to lack of time and busy schedules of day to day life. Internet shopping is rather simple, time saving and effective too as compared to the traditional brick and mortar jewelry stores. You can log in to any leading jewelry site and can take a pick from your choice of diamond necklaces, diamond bracelets, diamond earrings, diamond pendants etc and can get it delivered straight to the place of a person you want to gift.

Purchasing diamond is a saving for ever and it’s great to buy with less of efforts involved. It’s no good visiting overprice jewelry stores wasting your whole day’s time for purchasing a single jewelry item. The better way is your order your piece from the limitless selection offered on online jewelry stores. Enjoy your moments by investing less of your time in shopping and being more with your loved ones.

How Do I Make a Clay Piece into a Pendant?

Friday, July 29th, 2011

“There are several ways to hang a clay piece as a pendant for a necklace or earring:

* Pierce a hole from front to back at the top of the piece and insert a jump ring. This technique is most suitable for light, thin pieces made of strong clay; brittle clay may crack at the top after a while, causing the pendant to fall off.
* Embed an eye pin into the top of the piece before firing, leaving just the eye at the top visible. Bend the end of the eye pin a little before inserting it, to make the join stronger.
* Attach the jewelry finding called a “”bail mount”" to the top of the piece. (A bail looks like a tiny tweezers with a loop at the top.)
* Pierce the pendant from top to bottom, fire it, then insert a head pin from the bottom and twist the top end into a loop. You can also make the piercing bigger and thread a ribbon or cord through it, knotted at the bottom.

If you have a piece that’s already been fired, you can insert a head pin as described above if it’s a pierced bead. If it’s an unpierced flat piece, you can embed it in a clay frame or glue it to a metal filigree.”