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Top reasons to be cautious about buying cheap ‘rocks’

Encouraged by the name of ‘diamond’, ‘sapphire’, ‘emerald’ or pearl, especially if they find a rock sold online at a ridiculous price, a lot of people will rush to get their own supply and end up buying a worthless product. These are the main reasons why.

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Even if it may seem so, not all diamonds, sapphires and emeralds are ‘born’ with the same quality. The quality of a jewel varies in type so that they are not all born equal. A lot of vendors will offer luxury jewels at ridiculously low prices to customers who are uninformed about types of jewels and their estimated price. Sometimes you can pay a lot of money for an item of very low value, while other times you might think you found a great ‘bargain’ and purchase a jewel that has very little value. Continue reading “Top reasons to be cautious about buying cheap ‘rocks’”

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Jewelry that complements your eyes: which colors to combine?

A jewel has a significant role in catching the light and reflecting it in your eyes. Not that there are jewel colors that you shouldn’t be wearing because of the color of your eyes, but some colors definitely complement your natural eye color better than others. These are some of our suggestions for ladies with brown, black, blue and green eyes. Continue reading “Jewelry that complements your eyes: which colors to combine?”

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Jewelry shopping scams: what to watch for

The internet has become a huge market for jewelry shopping. In fact, the biggest portion of all online sales comes from jewelry. However, not all vendors are ethical to their customers. These are some of the most frequent scams.

Gold/Silver or Gold/Silver plated?

A lot of online sellers who are not ethical will ‘forget’ to mention that the particular piece of jewelry is gold or silver plated, instead of being made out of the full metal. In this case, pay attention to the price of the product. If the piece is ridiculously cheap and presented as being gold or silver, it is most likely only gold or silver plated. A lot of shoppers who are uninformed about this could give them a great review, and months will pass until they notice the scam. Also, pay attention to the full product description; read even the tiniest of text. If the name of the product says ‘silver’ or ‘gold’, but somewhere in the text is mentioned that it contains other materials as well, it is most likely gold or silver plated. Continue reading “Jewelry shopping scams: what to watch for”

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