Getting true-to-life photos of your jewelry can be as difficult as, or more so, than creating the piece itself. But, having professional-quality photos of your work is a must. These photos will be used in creating your portfolio, advertising on your website, online shops, social media accounts and for submitting with jurored artisan fair applications. Use the following tips and guidelines from our own professional jewelry photographers to improve the overall quality of your photography. Below are helpful tips to photograph your beading designs. Minimum Camera Requirements: For high resolution photos that will most accurately capture your jewelry, we suggest.. - Read More
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Courtesy of Swarovski® For more than 113 years there has been one name that has been consistently and inextricably linked to precision cut crystal and fashion. The founder of the company, Daniel Swarovski I, was born in 1862 in Northern Bohemia, which happened to be the centre of a flourishing crystal and costume jewellery industry. In such a setting it's perhaps unsurprising that Daniel was fascinated with the colourful brilliance of faceted stones from his earliest years. Moreover, as a young man he showed an aptitude for invention and entrepreneurship that was to form the basis of what today is.. - Read More
Guess what, guys? It's not a dozen long-stemmed red roses and a pricey box of chocolates that women get all misty-eyed over when mid-February rolls around each year. True, retailers love to push these traditional valentine's day gifts, but most women would be far more impressed by a simpler and often less-expensive gift that somehow touches her heart. It really is the thought that counts -- not that you thought to get something, but that you put some thought into what you got. You'll make your sweetheart feel special by picking gifts that connect with her personal passions.. - Read More
A very easy way to clean your Sterling silver jewelry, with simple home items. It is not only cost effective, but it will also get your jewelry sparkling once again.