If you are looking into starting an antique jewelry collection, you should know that antique jewelry is separated into different eras based on time periods where certain trends reigned. There are a number of different time periods associated with antique jewelry, and you should know a few of the most popular eras for antique jewelry collectors. Art Deco Era The era of art deco jewelry spanned from 1920 to 1930. Art deco jewelry commonly features styles that were borrowed from the modernist movement, including sharp, clean lines, geometric shapes and patterns, symmetrical arrangements and repeating designs.
9 June 2016
When an accident happens and you need money right away to pay for medications or medical supplies, it can be hard to get the money you need, if you are already strapped for cash. Banks will often not give someone a loan for a few hundred dollars to help them get by until their next payday because it is not profitable for them. Fortunately, you can get the money you need when an accident occurs by getting a collateral loan from a pawn shop.
6 June 2016
When you make jewelry for a living, you know that presentation is key to making a sale. If you have ever sold jewelry at a craft fair before, you know that you have two issues: space and competition from other sellers who have similar items. You want to be able to have as many of your pieces on display as possible without overwhelming your customers so your booth looks more appealing than the other jewelry sellers' displays at the market.
3 June 2016
That lovely bauble on your finger serves as a glowing reminder of you and your fiance's love for each other. As you might expect, your engagement ring will only become more special as time goes by, so protecting it should be a priority. While your engagement time is likely busy and filled with plans and preparations for the big day, don't neglect to take some time to make sure that your ring is protected.
2 June 2016
If you are ready to take your hobby to the next level, then start investing in silver proof or silver uncirculated coins. They are never released for general circulation as they are frequently sold by weight. Most designs weigh either one ounce or five ounces. So What Are Silver Proof or Silver Uncirculated Coins? Silver proof or uncirculated coins contain 90 percent silver. And while standard coins are only struck once during manufacturing, silver coins receive two strikes.
31 July 2015