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An Introduction to Beading Terminology

23rd April 2010
Stringing beads has always been a great pastime for people. It has helped many to reduce the amount of stress of everyday life in a fun and creative way. You can use thousands of different types of beads to create necklaces, bracelets, earrings, anklets a... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Healing Powers of Semi-Precious Stones

23rd April 2010
Healing with natural stones is a practice traced back to many centuries ago, and there are still those who believe in the healing power of precious and semi-precious stones and metals. Modern research in the Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases does support t... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Cheap Jewelry with an Expensive Look

21st December 2009
When it comes to style, you can use cheap fashion jewelry to create hundreds of different looks. There are many designs for you to choose from; rings, chokers, hair clips, bracelets, necklaces, brooches, bangles and earrings. You can mix and match to suit... Read >
Author: Collin Harvey

Pandora Charms Categorized in Pandora Bracelets

09th August 2009
Women who like to show off their interests and personalities, love jewellery from Pandora. All the hype that surrounds Pandora charm bracelets is due to the diverse collection of charms that Pandora has to offer. Anyone who likes to build up her own colle... Read >
Author: Imran Ali

How to Choose Best Gemstone?

24th July 2009
Before actually buying the gemstones, it is necessary to choose a reliable a gemstone dealer. You have to carefully research the dealer's business background, ascertain how long the dealer has been in the business of gem stones and whether the dealer is a... Read >
Author: Jacob

India's Involvement in World Business(India's foreign trade and foreign investments)

27th June 2009
India is now the 10th largest economy in the world and the fastest growing economy, next only to China. As per the Goldman Sach Report 2004.India accounts for a small share in world trade, its exports and imports constitute major economic activities for t... Read >
Author: tradeseo webmaster

Buying jewelry? St Martin island is the best place to go!

15th May 2009
We all know that women love shopping. If you want to make your loved one happy, go on and book that st maarten condo located at Cupecoy beach and go on a shopping spree in the world's biggest duty free shopping center - St Martin island! Next to shoppi... Read >
Author: Lakeisha Scales

Silver Victorian/Antique Style Filigree Jewelry – excellent keepsake gifts for that special lady

05th May 2009
Victorian and antique style jewelry although very old style is still worn today. Filigree rings, bracelets and pendants look very classy if combined with right kind of clothing. Antique looking jewelry also makes for excellent heirloom gifts that can be p... Read >
Author: bignewsbiz

Tanjore Paintings

03rd March 2009
Tanjore Paintings have their origins in the town of Thanjavur located in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu. 'Tanjore' is the anglicized form of the name 'Thanjavur'. Tanjore painting as an art form was developed more than four hundred years ago. Most o... Read >
Author: dantheman

Blue Moons, Magic Spells and Moonstone Jewelry

12th November 2008
Blue Moons and Moonstones When the stones in your bracelet shimmer like the sea washed with moonlight, you have magic. Those stones are moonstones, a form of feldspar that combined with potassium to attain that translucent glow when it reflects light. ... Read >
Author: ah008095

History of Artificial jewellery

21st October 2008
Almost, there is no difference between antique and artificial jewellery. Artificial jewellery was introduced in 1930s. However the definition of antique jewellery is also referenced by the dates of 1930s. Most of the people and jewelers are agreed on the ... Read >
Author: Imran Ali

Egyptian Jewelry and Cartouche

24th December 2005
As Egypt is the cradle of civilization, no doubt that it is also the cradle of the arts and the home of craftsmanship. Personal ornaments appear to have been among the very first objects on which the invention and ingenuity of man were exercised. In the b... Read >
Author: Basel Anjoukeh
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