Add an ethereal touch to your traditional attire with these stunning pair of earrings. Featuring a pretty pair of jhumka earrings with flawless red enamel work and adorned with pretty pearl beads, makes a perfect pick to add in your jewellery collection.
Q:what is the difference between precious and semi-precious gemstones?
A:Precious stones are diamond, ruby, emerald and sapphire, while all others are semi-precious.
This distinction reflects the rarity of the respective stones as well as their quality: all precious stones are translucent with fine colour in their purest forms, except for the diamond. Diamond, and are very hard (8-10 on the Mohs scale).
Other stones are classified by their colour, translucency and hardness. The traditional distinction does not necessarily reflect modern values, for example, while garnets. Garnets are relatively inexpensive, a green garnetGarnet called Tsavorite, can be far more valuable than a mid-quality emerald.
Q:what is the difference between red, yellow and white gold?
A:Pure Gold is yellow in colour, but when alloyed with other metals, results in varying colours of Gold. Gold alloys are usually a mixture of Silver, copper, and zinc, where the amounts of each vary depending on the desired final colour, normally white and red Gold.
Q:How often should i have my precious jewelry appraised?
A:Appraisal of jewellery once in every three to five years is ideal as the prices in the market for Diamonds and precious metals can change.