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Artistic Style: Defining and Evaluating Artistic  Style in Jewelry

My name is Jess. When I was a little girl, my mum had an antique shop, and I loved sitting by her side as she refinished some objects, researched others to price them and haggled with customers. When I grew up, I realised my passions resided in the realm of jewelry. I made a few pieces and dabbled in welding and design, but ultimately, I realised I am a curator rather than a designer. I decided to follow my mum in my career path. Now, I travel to flea markets and boot sales, selling jewelry I've found at estate sales, charity shops and the like. I don't focus on the precious jewels. Instead, I'm all about artistry and style. If you want to learn about it and other topics, check out my posts.

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Types of Coloured Gold in Jewellery

21 August 2015
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Gold is a favourable material choice for jewellery items because it matches with a range of styles. In addition, it does not tarnish due to exposure to harsh environments or cause allergic reactions on sensitive skin. If you love purchasing or selling gold jewellery, it is important for you to understand the nature of the material used. The common type of gold which is easily identifiable is the pure variety; it is normally yellow in colour. Read More …