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The best tool for any jewelry hunter, whether searching for personal treasure or for the profit in reclaiming gold or silver, is a jeweler's loupe. Jeweler's loupes are small, but powerful magnifying instruments designed specially for use in examining jewelry at very close range. Some jeweler's loupes also have a built-in, battery-powered light which can be very handy if examining pieces in a dimly lit area. Most jeweler's loupes are extremely economical in cost and can help you make the most of your jewelry-buying dollar, especially when buying from second-hand sources.

diamond jewelry can be priceless to you for a wide variety of different reasons, none of which may have anything to do with the actual monetary value. It is important that you know how to deal with jewelry. Pay attention to what you've learned above and work to apply these jewelry-specific tips.

There are so many people who throw good money down the drain just to buy some expensive piece of jewelry that they don't really need. Save your money and purchase knock offs. You can find ones that look identical to the original but can cost up to 75% less.

A great source for unique and inexpensive jewelry pieces are local thrift shops. Local thrift stores can be a treasure trove for antique and truly unusual pieces. Often, these establishments do not have the staff, training or time, that is necessary to check for hallmarks or gold and silver content. A few dollar's investment can often yield, not only some really unique pieces of jewelry, but also some pieces that may be, quite valuable.

When buying jewelry, look for stones that actually flatter your eyes of complexion. Avoid red stones if you have very pale skin, and avoid paler stones if you have dark skin. A stone with a color similar to your eyes will do wonders for you. Find something that you can easily wear with your outfits too.

You can get jewelry that speaks of ancient and vintage times passed. They take their styling from the Victorian era and other famous time periods. These make perfect pieces to any wardrobe where you want to show some old world class. Popular types include Bakelite jewelry, book chains, cameos, celluloid jewelry, doublets, filigree jewelry, and much more.

Native American jewelry has a rich history in American culture. The colorful beads and designs tell stories of generations past. Jewelry was an important part of most Native Americans heritage, with beautiful pieces dating back thousands of years. These same styles and designs are still popular and in high-demand today.

When making jewelry and you want to turn a bead into a linked piece, take an eye pin and thread it through the bead's hole. Let the bead slide to the bottom of the eye pin. Directly above the bead, use your pliers to bend the eye pin approximately 45 degrees. Using wire cutters, trim this to about half an inch in length. Using small round pliers, grasp the tip of the wire and start looping it around the pliers tip. Don't give up if your eye pin loop is not directly round - practice makes perfect!

When wearing jewelry, less is more. You don't need to wear a necklace, earrings, bracelets, a watch, and rings to make your outfit look complete. Choose pieces that work well with your outfit and what you're wearing. One well chosen bracelet or necklace will draw more compliments than multiple striking items.

When making diamond jewelry and you want to turn a bead into a linked piece, take an eye pin and thread it through the bead's hole. Let the bead slide to the bottom of the eye pin. Directly above the bead, use your pliers to bend the eye pin approximately 45 degrees. Using wire cutters, trim this to about half an inch in length. Using small round pliers, grasp the tip of the wire and start looping it around the pliers tip. Don't give up if your eye pin loop is not directly round - practice makes perfect!

Keep your plastic wristwatch clean and shiny. Just because you didn't spend a lot on your jewelry doesn't mean you shouldn't take good care of it. A simple and cheap way to keep your watch looking great is to put toothpaste on a dry cloth and rub. Your plastic watch will look brand new.

To add the perfect amount of flair to any outfit simply add one statement piece of jewelry. Whether it be a big ring, some bold earrings, a thick bracelet, or a chunky necklace, adding a statement piece to any outfit will not only bring it out of the ordinary but will also make it more 'you'. Furthermore, a statement piece is sure to make a great conversation starter in any occasion.

Try storing your silver and other metallic jewelry in plastic air tight bags. These bags keep air from contacting your precious diamond jewelry, which, in turn, allows the jewelry to last longer. If you do this simple and cheap process of storing your metallic jewelry, they will last longer and look better.

It is important that you take your jewelry off before you go to bed. Sleeping with your jewelry on causes chains and joints to weaken. This, in turn, causes your jewelry to get damaged more easily. Make sure you take your jewelry off when you go to bed to eliminate undue stress.