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  • 8). Comparing Titanium and Tungsten wedding rings  By : Scott M.
    Both titanium and tungsten are considered ďmodel metalsĒ in the jewelry industry because they were not available to the consumer market as commodities until ten years ago. They have gained tremendous popularity since the introduction and become an integral part of the jewelry material spectrum. Due to the rather little exposure, many questions arise concerning titanium and tungsten when it comes to choosing jewelry.
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  • 13). Italian Designer Sterling Silver Jewelry  By : Suneva
    Jewelry, is the art of ornamental adornment of the body and nowhere on earth can you find more dedication to the heart and soul of the jewelry design than in Italy. While many countries produce jewelry, few can compare to the rich history of Italy and the passion that Italian people have for beautiful design. In times past, jewelry was used to represent a personís rank in society, community affiliation or as a sign of the personís religious choice.
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  • 15). The History of Rings  By : Martin Smith
    During the Medieval period is when rings became popular. All classes of people wore rings from the poorest to the richest. Rings were typically made of iron, copper, silver, and gold. The material of the ring worn usually indicated the class of the wearer. It wasn't until around the 14th century that faceted jewels appeared in rings. Some cultures have rings typically associated with them.
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  • 19). Buying a Tungsten Carbide Wedding Band Ring  By : Suneva
    When you decide to marry, one of the most important decisions will be about your ring. Traditionally, gold, white gold, silver and platinum have been used in wedding bands. But today, the selection of metals is broader, reflecting the change in our tastes and lifestyle. Tungsten carbide is one of the new metals from which jewelry designers have begun to craft wedding band rings, offering a wide variety of styles and designs that fit every taste and budget.
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  • 20). Silver Italian Jewelry - The Standard for Originality and Luxury  By : Suneva
    The handcrafted look and feel of silver Italian jewelry is the trademark that has made it the preferred choice of buyers from all over the world for hundreds of years. Italy has earned its reputation for quality and original design from a history of exacting techniques, much of which has been handed down from one generation of jewelers to the next. A good example of this tradition is Fortunato Pio Castellani, who opened his Italian jewelry workshop in Rome around 1814, first creating fashion jewelry from the popular designs.
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  • 21). Titanium Jewelry Myths  By : Scott M.
    To many people, titanium is a mysterious term. General understanding of the public for this metal is that it is a very hard substance, and some may know that is very light as well, especially for folks who own any titanium jewelry or watches. We would like to clarify some common myths about this metal and give brief explanation for each one. Titanium is a newly found metal Titanium is new to many industries and recently applied to many new applications, but the metal was first discovered in 1791, in England.
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