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Western Counties Wholesale, established importers and wholesalers of fashion jewellery supplying silver, pewter, hair, accessories, surf jewellery,...www.westerncounties.com
U.K. based artist specializing in designer brooches and jewelry online.www.pierrelang.co.uk
Importers Exporters of Fashion Jewellery hair Accessories. Including hair bobbles, scarfs, belts beaded jewellery novality items.www.zacharia.org.uk
Disclaimer: auric-marketing.co.uk has no direct relationship with third party ... Reference to any service or trade mark is not controlled by auric...www.auric-marketing.co.uk
With a team of specialist designers, pattern makers and commercial managers The ... Unique brand identities are complimented with easily identifiab...www.billskinnerstudio.co.uk
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I am very interested in Russia fashion/costume jewelry market. Please kindly advise me how i can find the russian fashion jewelry(costume) importer.
I am looking at women's accessories, fashion jewelry or costume jewelry to buy for my girlfriend. Do you guys recommend where to get it at the latest fashion and at most affordable price?
How do you remove cigarette smoke from jewelry? Does anyone know how to without making the jewelry smell like the cleaner? The jewelry is costume jewelry made from pot metal and alloys not gold or silver so the metal is more porous and delicate. I don't smoke. I bought it this way and am trying to avoid returning it. If you know a successful way please let me know. I don't smoke. I bought it from a smoker and need to get it clean. I bought baking soda, lets see how it goes. Although vinegar is a grease cutter it can also corode metal so I can't use it.
How do you remove cigarette smoke from jewelry? Does anyone know how to without making the jewelry smell like the cleaner? The jewelry is costume jewelry made from pot metal and alloys not gold or silver so the metal is more porous and delicate. I don't smoke so don't be funny and tell me not to smoke. :) I don't smoke so don't be funny and tell me not to smoke. :)
I am interested in starting a business that features vegan accessories like body jewelry, costume jewelry, hosiery, and similiar items. I like names that reflect animal rights and veganism, mixed with a tribal aspect... I have considered: Primal Scream Primal Urge Animal Instinct Primal Instinct Compassion Fashion Do you like any of these? If not, what do you suggest? Thanks!
I am going somewhere kinda special, so I don't want to look cheap either. Do I wear Gold or silver jewelry or costume jewelry or what? Thanks, it is appreciated. My dress is just brown and turquoise, there are no other colors and it comes with a brown sweater with sequins......... There are turquoise flowers.
wikipedia defines costume jewellery as 'jewelry that is made of less valuable materials, including base metals, glass, plastic, and synthetic stones, in place of more valuable materials such as precious metals and gems.' yet when last weekend I took my £80 swarovski ring for repairs (caused by wear and tear on the rhodium) at a number swarovski outlets they said they don't repair that sort of scratches (and said its still in good condition considering its 4 years old!). One particular outlet additionally commented that swarovski jewellery are, after all, just costume jewellery. Costume jewellery does sometimes say it has swarovski crystals, and the ring doesn't have any diamonds or previous gems; although it costs much more then the normal £5 ring you'd get from a costume jewellery shop So my question: is Swarovski jewellery and overly expensive costume jewellery?
friend one; -she's sixteen (seventeen at the end of december) -she's pretty girly -likes jewelry costume jewelry, like chunky rings, big bracelets, bright necklaces, etc.) friend two; -not very Girly -loves camoflauge and john deer. -doesn't wear makeup or anything. -fourteen years old. also, i would like to keep the price about $15 dollars each, give or take a few dollars.
My sister unearthed a bunch of old 1980's cheap costume jewelry that is made of various types of cheap metal. Is there a way to clean costume jewelry or is there a costume jewelry cleaner I can buy? I'd prefer NOT to buy something.
I'm cleaning out my deceased grandmother's closet, and found tons of old costume jewelry. Some of it is cheap plastic and going to Goodwill, but some of it is actually nice stuff. I saw an Antiques Roadshow once that said a lot of the old broaches were collector's items and were actually worth money, so the question is, where do I start to try to sell or auction some of it?