Adding Interesting Jewelry Pieces to My CollectionAdding Interesting Jewelry Pieces to My Collection


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Adding Interesting Jewelry Pieces to My Collection

A few years ago, I started collecting jewelry, and it has been really fun to watch my little collection grow. I started with a piece that my grandmother gave me, and then gradually began adding a thing here or there as I came across interesting items at thrift stores. It has been so amazing to wear different pieces that have so much history, and I absolutely love the stories behind each item that I have. This blog is all about adding interesting pieces of jewelry that will really help your look to stand out, and taking care of the items that are precious to you.

What Impacts The Amount That You Get When Selling Gold?

If you are thinking about selling your old gold jewelry, you might be wondering how much you will get for it. There are a few things that can impact how much you will be paid for old gold. Ask yourself the questions below, and you can get a better idea of whether you're being paid a higher or lower amount for the gold that you're selling. What Condition is Your Jewelry In? Read More 

Tips for Investing in Antique Jewelry

Antique jewelry can serve as a solid alternative investment if you want something to invest in that's not tied to the stock market. To successfully see a return when investing in jewelry pieces, though, you need to understand the asset class. Here are some tips to help you get started investing in antique jewelry. 1. Understand the Trends of Different Eras You should only invest in the best pieces from any given era of history, for the best pieces have the greatest potential to increase in value. Read More 

Top Reasons Your Metal Bracelets Become Damaged

Have you ever lost a favorite bracelet because you didn't realize it broke and fell off? Or maybe you've noticed your bracelet is damaged, and so it's currently stored in your jewelry box because you're afraid of losing it if it breaks further. On the other hand, perhaps your bracelets just don't look as nice as when you first got them. Find out the main reasons metal bracelets become damaged. Read More 

Not The Time To DIY: Repairing Estate Jewelry

Ask anyone who makes their own jewelry from craft store supplies, and they'll tell you that you really can learn to make your own repairs to jewelry as well. Yet sometimes the DIY approach doesn't work that well. It's one thing to have to replace a standard silver or steel jump ring. It's quite another to fix a ring setting where a prong has broken off. If the piece is particularly valuable, you don't want to risk your amateur repairs dimming that value. Read More 

This And That: What You Can Do When You See Two Pieces Of Jewelry You Want To Combine

Walk into any jewelry shop and you will see all kinds of jewelry designs. Some of them you will love, while others you may find too gaudy or the designs just are not your style. What happens when you spot two pieces of jewelry that both have some design elements you want to incorporate into one piece of jewelry? Lucky for you, jewelers have been creating custom pieces for hundreds of years, so combining these two pieces will not be a problem at all. Read More