For aspiring fashionistas getting the right accessories to complement their outfit is critical to looking stylish. Silver jewellery is one way to make a fashion statement without having to spend too much. Some of the most popular accessories to enhance your fashion quotient include bracelets, designer chains, rings and earrings etc.
In the last few years sterling silver has surpassed gold in its popularity as a metal base for jewellery use due to a combination of price, value, versatility and appearance. From early history, silver has gone by many different names. The name silver is originally name is derived from the Anglo-Saxon name, 'siolfur'.
Vermeil jewellery is one of the hottest trends right now as it strikes the perfect balance between quality and value. Many tend to confuse vermeil with gold plating, and even though they do share a few aspects, there is a big difference in quality, durability, and desirability.But what exactly is gold vermeil, Let's learn more about this premium gold finish.
To organise jewellery efficiently, a great way to start is to sort the jewellery by type ie necklaces, rings, brooches, bracelets and earrings etc. Create separate piles for any other unusual items you have like hatpins, jewelled barrettes, or anklets. Now sort the individual piles. Put small earrings in one pile and large earrings in another. Chunky necklaces should be separated from delicate strands to prevent damage & tangling.
I don’t think there is a more difficult gem to purchase than a pearl, freshwater or saltwater, the vast range of names, styles, colours & types of pearls can give even the most knowledgeable person a headache. In my latest blog post I hope to cover some of the basics when buying Pearls, things to watch out for & general pearl information.