Diadem - a symbol of absolute femininity, embodied in the decoration
There is no unequivocal answer to the question of who can wear diadems and on what occasion. Much depends on etiquette and dress code, which provides for a particular case,…

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In a romantic trip for wedding rings!
We agree that buying rings is a matter of responsibility, because these little “keepers” will stay with you for many years. From the purchase of wedding rings, you can make…

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The most popular jewelry - wedding rings
Jewelry such as gold or silver, like wedding rings, has always symbolized the immortality and eternity of the sacred conjugal union. Especially if the young people got married in church,…

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Drag-stones
Since ancient times, gems have been human companions. The tradition of honoring precious stones is rooted in ancient Egypt and Rome. The Egyptians decorated themselves with amethysts, emeralds, turquoise, while…

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JEWELERY AT WORK OR JEWELRY DRESS CODE

Each jewelry has its own purpose. Some products are suitable for the gala evening, others for everyday wear. Let’s talk about what decorations at work will be most appropriate and how to choose them.

Wearing unnecessarily defiant jewelry in the office is top of the vulgarity. You need to know how to combine products, how to choose kits for everyday wear and what to avoid. Jewelry dress code is not as simple as it seems. So let’s get started. Continue reading

VARIOUS STYLES IN JEWELRY DECORATIONS - FROM GOTHIC TO GATSBY
The history of jewelry has several millennia. Civilizations were created and perished, the worldview changed, traditions came and went, and with them the styles of jewelry changed. One thing remained…

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SUSPENSIONS-SCARMS: MEANING, FEATURES AND TYPES
The tradition of wearing different pendants goes back to antiquity. Once these decorations served as amulets and were used in ancient Egypt to protect against evil spirits. Nowadays, pendants perform…

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Stone
The antique sessions, which today are called the Biennale of Antiquaries, were founded in 1962 by the Minister of Culture in the government of de Gaulle by the writer and…

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