How To Easily Fix A Broken Bracelet Clasp

Posted on: 19 May 2016

If the clasp on bracelet recently broke off, you can easily fix the clasp and get your bracelet back in working order with a few simple tools and a little bit of free time.   Supplies In order to see what you are working on clearly, it would be helpful to have a magnifying glass so you can more easily see the tiny parts you are working with. You can also use the reading glasses you can pick up over-the-counter at your local pharmacy or drug store as magnifying glasses for this project as well.
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Jewelry Trends To Look Out For In 2016

Posted on: 9 October 2015

Although 2016 is still a ways off, jewelry fashion aficionados have already predicted some future trends that are likely to become prominent in the new year.  If you're looking to stock up on options for your jewelry collection in the coming months, you might want to prepare for 2016 by being aware of the following trends: Necklaces bedecked with crystals Crystals are a much less common jewelry adornment than diamonds and gems.
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Two Tips To Help You Save Money When Getting A Jewelry Loan

Posted on: 22 July 2015

People take out jewelry loans for many different reasons.  Whether it's to purchase an engagement ring, Valentine's Day gift, or simply to tell your beloved that you care, a jewelry loan makes it easy for you to purchase beautiful pieces of jewelry when you don't have the cash to buy a particular piece outright.  However, when you're getting the loan, there are simple ways that you can save money so that you get the best value.
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4 Ways Middle School Teachers Can Use Classic Coins With Students

Posted on: 3 June 2015

Ancient coins may not be worth any value at the supermarket, but they can possess great value for collectors, museums, and even in the middle school classroom. If you're a teacher of middle school students, there are multiple ways to implement the coins in the classroom. A variety of coin dealers online can supply you with coins that can be used in four different ways. Browse through the variety of methods to determine if any of them are an option for your classroom.
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