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How to Choose a Piece of Handmade Jewelry

How to Choose a Piece of Handmade Jewelry – by Kristie Leong M.D. – When you choose a piece of handmade artisan jewelry, you are purchasing a piece of work directly from the artist’s hands. This gives it special meaning and value. Much thought and design knowledge has gone into creating your special handmade jewelry piece. Here are some guidelines ...
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June Birthstone Article – Pearls

Pearls: Classic and Stylish – by Linda Blatchford – Pearls are June Birthstones: along with Pearl, Moonstone (Traditional: Alexandrite). There is so much history about pearls that five (5) months claim them as their birthstone: February, April, June (traditional), July and November. Pearls are an astral stone for the signs Gemini and Cancer are linked to the moon. Pearls have ...
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SWCreations as seen in Easy Beading Book

As Seen In Easy Beading Book Vol. 5 May 2009 Adventures in Color Entwine strands of gemstones, pearls, and crystals in a multihued jewelry set. Easy Beading Book Vol. 5 May 2009
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How to Choose a Handbag to Charm Your Look – Article

How to Choose a Handbag to Charm Your Look by Janet R. Handbags are very essential especially for women. If you opt to buy a handbag, you should understand that your appearance is at stake when it comes to showing off your handbag. Therefore before buying, you should consider some points that will help you choose the one that will ...
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SWCreations as seen in Simply Beads Magazine

As Seen In Simply Beads Magazine February 2009 My BeadLoved Button Pendants These vintage button pendant necklaces are created as reminder that if you own your own button, it cannot be pushed. How many days can you go without letting somebody push your buttons? Simply Beads Magazines February 2009
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An Amazing Purple Semi-precious Stone: the Amethyst

An Amazing Purple Semi-precious Stone: the Amethyst by Priyanka Arora The term for the semi-precious stone Amethyst comes from the Greek word “Amethystos”, which means not drunken. This stone was actually believed by the Greeks of ancient times to prevent intoxication. It is also the birthstone for those people born in February. The amethyst is a purple semi-precious stone, with ...
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How to Find Lovely Designer Beaded Jewelry

Beaded Jewelry How to Find Lovely Designer Beaded Jewelry by Imran Ali Skillfully handcrafted designer beaded jewelry is not difficult to find nowadays. Due to the massive growth of the internet in recent years hundreds of creative jewelry designers from all over the world now display their beautiful work online. One can locate such a jewelry store and buy as ...
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A Charmed History: Charm Bracelets Provide Hope and Comfort Throughout the Ages

A Charmed History: Charm Bracelets Provide Hope and Comfort Throughout the Ages by Ron Peterson As far back as the Neolithic era, humankind chose to carry unusual stones or a piece of wood as protection from enemies or evil spirits. During the time of the Egyptian pharaohs, the first recognizable charm bracelets and necklaces appeared. These were elaborate pieces of ...
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Turquoise Jewelry Marks December Birthstone In Style

Turquoise Jewelry Marks December Birthstone In Style by Melanie Spark Turquoise is a semi-precious stone, which is commonly opaque (non-transparent) and features a sky-blue or greenish-blue color. Recognized as the birthstone for December, turquoise symbolizes prosperity, which means to succeed or flourish. Perhaps you choose to wear turquoise because of its relation to your birth month or maybe you enjoy ...
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Amethyst – Tears of Beauty

Amethyst – Tears of Beauty by Melanie Spark The Amethyst Gemstone is a semi-precious jewel of violet or purple colour that is available in many different shapes and sizes and is a common form of transparent crystallized Quartz. Amethyst is the Birthstone for the month of February and is mined in Brazil, Uruguay, Russia, Bolivia and Argentina, as well as ...
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