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Jewellery

We specialize in the surgical steel jewellery. The surgical steel has become one of the most popular sorts of metals for all variety jewellery production recently. However, you can not always meet the high quality jewellery and today's offer in stores often reminds fairground rings. There are hundreds of carriers of surgical jewellery. Some of them do not matter about quality but only profit. We have known about this and owing to our aged experiences we choose only such jewellery from that huge quantity, which meet the strictest requirements on purity of the materials, design quality, any allergy and not least the service, the possibility of exchange jewellery.Read more...

Learn about diamonds

Brilliant – a brilliant is a diamond or another precious stone cutting in a particular form with plentiful facets Diamond – the mineral, which is brought close to the Earth surface through deep volcanic eruptions by a magma, which cools into igneous rocks known as kimberlites and lamproites. Diamonds can also be produced synthetically in a high-pressure high-temperature process which approximately simulates the conditions in the Earth mantle. Read more...

Leather jewellery

The cowhide is most often used for the production of jewels from leather. It is absolutely non-allergic natural material, which is pleasant for wearing. Leather straps of watch and bracelets are a traditional commodity, a significant proportion of population adores it not only for its design, but also for its functionality.Read more...

Steel jewellery

Most of steel jewellery is produced from the surgical steel 316L. It is classed as metals, which do not bring about any possible allergic reactions such as trinkets which contain high share of nickel or nickel salt. It is concerned about hard and very mechanical damage-resistant metal. It is given its long lifetime for that reason and it is suitable metal for a production of jewellery. Marking 316L is based on the standard, which prescribes what metals can be included in this mixture and what is the maximum ratio. Surgical instruments was produced from surgical steel previously, that is why the marking “surgical”. Read more...

Gold jewellery

All gold jewellery exceed weight pure gold above 0,5 g have to be makred with the state plate mark in the Czech Republic. This marking is implemented by authorized Assay Office in relevant country. The hallmark is informative label for customer which gives purity of relevant jewels. The purity of gold is given in carats, e. g. 14-carat gold is equipollent with labelling 585/1000. This purity says how many proportions of pure gold is shared to other included metals. So the labelling 585/1000 means that from one thousand portions is 585 portions of pure gold.Read more...

Silver jewellery

Silver is a precious metal and therefore production of silver jewellery hallmarking falls under the control of the Assay Office of the relevant country. Silver Jewellery weighing more than 3 grams must be equipped the hallmark. Each piece of a jewel sold on our territory is equipped hallmark stamping by the Assay Office of the Czech Republic. Hallmark is a symbol that determines the purity alloys, from which the piece was manufactured. The purity of silver indicated by the number 925/000 means that the total number of 1000 is 925 parts pure silver.Read more...

Titanium jewellery

Titan is one of the toughest metals. For that is typically a steel-steely colour. This is a hypoallergenic metal, which means, that not cause any negative reaction. Therefore, titanium jewellery, especially earrings or piercing are suitable for people with increased susceptibility to metals. Definitely it is advantageous to use titanium for the first application of piercing or ear piercing. Titanium jewellery are more resistant to mechanical damage.Read more...

Tungsten jewellery

Wolfram is doubtless the hardest metal of which jewellery are produced. That is why jewellery made of tungsten have a high resistance to damage and thus longevity. Its physical stability and density make it a unique metal, which is resistant to physical effects, high temperatures, acids. Sensitivity to tungsten is sporadic - allergic reactions no exist. Colour is determined by the specific model, but typical is black-grey-silver.Read more...

Swarovski Jewellery

Swarovski is a concept which is very often used by jewelers. Despite it remains exactly unexplained the concept for most people. At the end of the 19 century, Daniel Swarovski, the place of origin Bohemia, patented unique system for cutting rock crystal, which is used for processing till now. Formerly Crystal Mountain used to for jewellery Swarovski – a mineral of natural origin. But this takes only till time when crystal began to produce from crystal glass - thus synthetically. Perfect aspect ratio, cut, light bounce - these are the basic characteristics of the stones wearing the name Swarovski.Read more...

Bioplast

Material: Bioplast is usually made of natural materials of vegetal origin such as corn or potato starch. In view of the firmness the undefective petroleum distillates are very often added, which are used in food industry for example. Bioplast is a durable material that does not cause negative organism reactions. That´s why it is suitable for application to the places where metal parts can cause undesirable reactions. Also where, the metals are not recommended to use for other reasons - for example, places with roentgen radiation.Read more...

How to measure jewellery

The girth of the ring is usually measured in millimetres and denotes the inner perimeter of the ring. It is finger girth inherently on which you want to wear the ring. How to choose the right size? You will determine the most accurate option of the girth of the ring if you visit the stone jewelry store and let to measure your finger with jewellery circles. Size, which will be told you in jewelry stores is precisely that which you can confidently choose. If there is not the opportunity to measure the finger using the circles, you have a second relatively exact variant – you can measure the diameter of another ring which you wear - put the ring on the mat and measure the dimension from one to the other inner edge.Read more...

Piercing - the most suitable material, how to measure the piercing.

Piercing is a very specific piece of jewellery – it passes through sensitive points of the body, as compared with the usual earrings to the ear has a shaft (bar - the part passing through the body) quite a bit thicker. Therefore it is very important to ensure proper selection of material from which the piercing is made.Read more...

Rings - material, sizes, trends

Various metals and materials have been used for rings production from time immemorial. The first leading positions of production have been assigned by gold and silver over the past few hundred years. Modern times and new processing technologies have brought new materials to mass production and popularity in the population with it.Read more...

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