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Welcome to our FAQ and Education section, where you'll find information on diamond buying, jewelry care and more. We hope these references assist you in making more informed buying decisions, and we invite you to contact us with any further questions or concerns you have.
Caring for jewelry is a necessary part of owning the jewelry. With proper care, your jewelry will bring you continued satisfaction of ownership over the years. We are bringing you this information to help you care for your jewelry and get that lasting satisfaction.
Some tips to remember when caring for your jewelry include:
Cultured pearls have a living organism origin. They are highly susceptible to damage and are very delicate; cultured pearl jewelry owners should be careful with their cultured pearls.
Some tips to remember when caring for cultured pearls include:
Some of the most popular jewelry items involve diamond jewelry. Diamonds are durable and the hardest material known. Because of the amount of light that can enter a diamond, they shine very well. The 4 C's is a way of describing the quality/traits of a diamond.
Some tips to remember when caring for diamond jewelry include:
Gold is a rare, soft, and very valuable metal. It is based on a karat system where 24K gold is pure gold, and 10K gold is 10 parts gold with 14 parts alloy. Karat values in between correspond to a parts karat + parts alloy = 24 value.
Some tips to remember when caring for gold jewelry include:
The purity of platinum is often higher than that of gold. Platinum jewelry is usually in the neighborhood of 90%+ pure. It also more "solid" than gold in terms of how resistant it is to tarnishing by chlorine, etc. It is very strong; plus, it is a very popular choice in jewelry making.
Some tips to remember when caring for platinum jewelry include:
Silver, one of the world's most useful metals, is also one of the world's most valuable metals. It can achieve a great polish and does not tarnish in its pure form. Most silver jewelry is silver combined with other metals (alloys). This makes it more suitable for general jewelry use.
Some tips to remember when caring for silver jewelry include:
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