The princess cut is a gem cut shape emerged in the 1960s. Along with round brilliant cut, it is now one of “the two most popular cut shapes” around the world. Experts believe that nowadays more than 60% ring gems are princess cut. More creators love to design princess cut because of the simple procedure and conservation of gem materials.
What is the first thing that comes to your mind, when somebody mentioned skull rings?
Death? Devil? Plague? Pirate? Punk? Or Steve Buscemi? (I don’t mean to offend. I like Mr. Buscemi and his works, he is one of the few true artists in Hollywood. But he just looks, well, you know what I mean…)
I should say, if you associate skull with anything evil or negative, you are horribly wrong.
A fact that rarely known by the public is the original meaning of skull is morality, which is quite neutral and aims to remind living people to cherish their life and present. In some cultures, e.g. Celtic, the skull is the symbol of the wisdom of the ancestor or power and named as the house of the soul. There are also beliefs that the skull represents charm of good luck and could ward off evil or illness.
What is a father? He is the people who always does his best to give us everything, and as great as a mountain. Although dad is not as careful as mum to care for us, his love lights our life path. they are always our superman or super dad.
2018 father’s day around the corner, have you prepared the best father’s day presents for your great father? Maybe you are facing with the big confusion, what can you buy? As a man, he doesn’t like the thing what mum likes, such as flowers, clothes, shoes, and jewelry. But we still can appreciate him with meaningful gifts.
The engagement ring is mostly considered to be the best gift a man would give to his bride-to-be. However, many girls may think that their rings are not shinning as they thought. As a professional jeweler, Jeulia jewelry has years of experience with rings and will give you 5 tips to make your engagement ring shine.
Why you should never buy diamonds, and what you should buy instead…
The price of diamonds has been artificially inflated since the 1880’s via the De Beers diamond cartel. For the same cost, you can get a high-cost performance gemstone instead of diamond.
Currently, public perception of diamonds is the direct result of a masterfully executed marketing campaign by De Beers that began in 1938, not inherent scarcity or value. If you’ve read the article by Edward Epstein (you really should), you will know all of the gory details. How brainwashed people are about the “value” of diamonds, even though they’re not actually worth that much. In other words, you not only pay for the diamond itself, but also the marketing fees of this brand.