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Metals & Gemstones

1. Stainless Steel 

  • Composition: Stainless steel is an alloy of iron, carbon, and chromium.

  • Durability: Highly durable, scratch-resistant, and corrosion-resistant.

  • Features: Silvery-white in appearance with a mirror finish. Retains its color over time and doesn’t tarnish.

  • Weight: Considerably less heavy than other metals for jewelry.

  • Long-term care and maintenance: Easy to clean and maintain.

2. 925 Sterling Silver 

  • Composition: Sterling silver is an alloy of 92.5% silver and 7.5% other metals (usually copper).

  • Durability: Moderately durable and malleable.

  • Features: Has a lustrous shine and is often used in jewelry making.

  • Weight: Lighter than other metals for jewelry.

  • Long-term care and maintenance: Requires regular polishing to maintain its shine.

3. Brass 

  • Composition: Brass is an alloy made primarily of copper and zinc.

  • Durability: Brass is durable and resistant to corrosion. Over time, it may develop a natural patina, giving it a vintage look.

  • Features: Versatile and can be crafted into various designs, from intricate patterns to bold statement pieces.

  • Weight: Heavier than some other metals like aluminum but lighter than precious metals like gold or silver. 

  • Long-term care and maintenance: To maintain its luster, avoid exposing rhodium-plated brass jewelry to harsh chemicals or abrasive materials. Store in a dry, airtight container to prevent moisture and air exposure, which can dull the rhodium finish over time.

4. Semi-Precious Stones

  • Composition: Semi-precious stones are minerals that are not as rare or valuable as precious stones.

  • Cut: Semi-precious stones can be cut into various shapes and sizes.

  • Clarity: Semi-precious stones can have varying degrees of clarity.

  • Color: Semi-precious stones come in a wide range of colors.

  • Carat: Semi-precious stones are measured in carats, which is a unit of weight.

  • Long-term care and maintenance: Semi-precious stones require regular cleaning and care to maintain their luster and beauty.

Some examples of semi-precious stones and their characteristics are:

  • Jasper: Comes in a variety of colors and patterns. Often used for beads and cabochons.

  • Jade: Comes in different shades of green and is often used for carvings and beads.

  • Amethyst: A purple variety of quartz. Often used for faceted gemstones and beads.

  • Agate: Comes in a variety of colors and patterns. Often used for beads and cabochons.

  • Opal: A gemstone with a unique play of color. Often used for cabochons.

  • Labradorite: A gemstone with a unique iridescence. Often used for cabochons.

  • Amazonite: A green variety of microcline. Often used for beads and cabochons.

  • Rhodolite: A pink to red variety of garnet. Often used for faceted gemstones.

  • Turquoise: A blue to green mineral. Often used for beads and cabochons.

  • Tiger Eye: A chatoyant gemstone with a golden brown color. Often used for cabochons.

  • Cat’s Eye: A chatoyant gemstone with a white line across the surface. Often used for cabochons.

  • Blue Topaz: A blue variety of topaz. Often used for faceted gemstones.

  • Moss Agate: A green variety of chalcedony with inclusions. Often used for cabochons.

  • Garnet: Comes in a variety of colors. Often used for faceted gemstones.

  • Citrine: A yellow to orange variety of quartz. Often used for faceted gemstones and beads.

  • Moissanite

  • Composition: Moissanite is naturally occurring silicon carbide and its various crystalline polymorphs.

  • Cut: Moissanite can be cut into various shapes and sizes.

  • Clarity: Moissanite has a higher refractive index than natural diamonds, which gives it a different type of brilliance.

  • Color: Moissanite is generally colorless, green, or yellow.

  • Carat: Moissanite is measured in carats, which is a unit of weight.

  • Long-term care and maintenance: Moissanite is highly durable and requires minimal care and maintenance.

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