Online Jewelry

Unless you have a lot of money and a bona fide expert at your side, do not buy color gemstones as an investment. I use for various beads, especially magnetic hematite beads. Super friendly and knowledgable. Very good hub and complete, I am one of those who loves to make things but not for myself, it’s worth some thought! I use to sell jewelry, so I can firmly attest that you have provided excellent tips and advice here. Like you mentioned, if at all possible, get to know the jeweler. I found that a jeweler who knows you personally will take better care of you. Wow! Gorgeous! That was my vote. It was so interesting learning about the history of Mughal jewelry and its resurgence after that movie made it popular once again. I couldn’t watch the video from the Royal London museum as it has been disabled…at least on this end. Great hub! All kinds of up votes and sharing. I couldn’t justify spending thousands and then having my heart stop if I happen to drop my ring on the tile bathroom floor or if the cat decides to use it as a hockey puck down the floor vent or god-forbid some one were to steal it. Edit: My heart still stops every time I even bump my engagement ring… but it’s not for fear of what it cost; it’s because it’s so darn gorgeous I don’t want to ever hurt it. I’m very clumsy and hard on my jewelry and I have yet to scratch or ding any of my moissanite. From my 6 year old pieces to my wedding set. All the stones are as gorgeous as the day I got them. When you plan to adopt an online business by selling your products online, relying on a single source is unprofessional and unprofitable, both. Register yourself of OLX, Amazon, eBay, etc. and enjoy getting more offers for your valuable talent.

I spent way too much time sorting through nuts and bolts and washers, but you don’t have to. I couldn’t help myself. I kept getting the same tingly feeling I get when a traveling bead show comes to town. Thanks for the positive feedback starstream. I will definitely check out your hub! I used to use this site called Yardsellr, but apparently they ended up going under. It was interesting in the fact that you could actually comment on auctions/listings. The picture at left is of my 1ct Moissanite White Gold Solstice ring, sitting atop an orange. Looks like a diamond, doesn’t it? This ring was purchased second hand and was the test piece I wore to prove to my now husband that moissanite was the way to go for my engagement ring. It just made sense financially and I have an extremely beautiful ring that is often admired by complete strangers. Green scrubbie pads, of the type you use for scouring dishpans. You can find them at any grocery store. My favorite brand is 3M. …