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Since ancient times, terracotta has been one of the most popular materials for crafting jewellery. The hard surface of the terracotta makes it easy for artists to carve it into different shapes or patterns, and then dye it various colours of their choosing. Clay jewellery is also exceptionally durable and has a natural, organic appeal. If you're looking for new ways for expressing yourself artistically, we've got some great options for you.
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American diamond is a labrotary grown diamond (also called laboratory-created, man-made, artisan created, or cultured diamond) and they are produced in a controlled technological process (in contrast to naturally formed diamond, which is created through geological processes and obtained by mining).
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Since ancient times, terracotta has been one of the most popular materials for crafting jewellery. The hard surface of the terracotta makes it easy for artists to carve it into different shapes or patterns, and then dye it various colours of their choosing. Clay jewellery is also exceptionally durable and has a natural, organic appeal. If you're looking for new ways for expressing yourself artistically, we've got some great options for you.
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Since ancient times, terracotta has been one of the most popular materials for crafting jewellery. The hard surface of the terracotta makes it easy for artists to carve it into different shapes or patterns, and then dye it various colours of their choosing. Clay jewellery is also exceptionally durable and has a natural, organic appeal. If you're looking for new ways for expressing yourself artistically, we've got some great options for you.
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Blackpolish jewellery is another form of metal jewellery that is made with silver, and copper. It can be found in a variety of shapes and designs, from delicate to large.
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Oxidized jewelry has become an integral part of every woman's wardrobe, looking to experiment with ethnic jewelry and modern wear for understated appeal. Available at comparatively affordable prices, oxidized jewelry has skyrocketed in popularity among the younger generations over the years.
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Costume or fashion jewelry includes a range of decorative items worn for personal adornment that are manufactured as less expensive ornamentation to complement a particular fashionable outfit or garment as opposed to "real" (fine) jewelry, which is more costly and which may be regarded primarily as collectibles, keepsakes, or investments.
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Bamboo jewelry is handcrafted by talented artisans using sterling silver, fine braided wire, and kiln-fired enamel. They have multi-color blending to create an image of three-dimensional contours that can have a variety of attractive forms and realistic shading.
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Bamboo jewelry is handcrafted by talented artisans using sterling silver, fine braided wire, and kiln-fired enamel. They have multi-color blending to create an image of three-dimensional contours that can have a variety of attractive forms and realistic shading.
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Bamboo jewelry is handcrafted by talented artisans using sterling silver, fine braided wire, and kiln-fired enamel. They have multi-color blending to create an image of three-dimensional contours that can have a variety of attractive forms and realistic shading.
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Leather jewellery is a form of tribal jewellery made by indigenous tribal artisans using local materials to create objects of ornament that contain significant cultural meaning for the wearer. They are very different from what you will find in department stores.
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Costume or fashion jewelry includes a range of decorative items worn for personal adornment that are manufactured as less expensive ornamentation to complement a particular fashionable outfit or garment as opposed to "real" (fine) jewelry, which is more costly and which may be regarded primarily as collectibles, keepsakes, or investments.