Designing Gemstone Jewelry: Amethyst, February's Birthstone
Color, shape, size--all of these gemstone characteristics have to be considered by designers when making gemstone jewelry. See how several designers maximize amethyst's characteristics to create stunning jewelry.
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Soul Of Tibet Copal Amber & Turquoise Donut Pendant Statement Necklace
Soul of Tibet: This gorgeous Tibetan-inspired necklace is full of the flavors of Tibet and Nepal. It's bold and daring and absolutely beautiful! It is made of chunky Tibetan copal amber resin, unique Nepalese silver beads, and ancient African brass belt ring and a stunning Chinese turquoise disc. It fits close to the n
The bead that fell apart
As you can imagine, glass deterioration greatly affects the strength of a piece of glass, but why would a weathered glass spontaneously fall apart after years of apparent stability? We recently had…