How to Save Money on Jewelry

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The investment in precious metal and stone jewelry can be one that keeps its value and even increases over time. The desire for good jewelry can still be realized if you know a few ways to save money when buying jewelry. The way to save on jewelry purchases is more about being smart with your source and careful to shop only from those trustworthy sellers. Real gold and precious stone jewelry must be authentically as advertised to be worth the money. (more…)




Custom Jewelry is something that most people are interesting in owning since they are pieces that are going to be more unique than what you normally find in store. Those that buy these pieces are often paying huge amounts in order to have these since they are usually one of a kind and even the same design in a necklace is going to be slightly different from one another. The reason is that unless the beads, stones and other pieces of jewelry are being mass produced, there are always going to be tiny flaws in them. However, for those that are buying custom jewelry there are a few tips that they can use to ensure that they are saving money and getting the best deal on the custom jewelry that they are wanting to buy. (more…)

Metal Jewelry Money Saving Tips

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Pewter has the look of silver without the cost. It is possible to find a large selection of pewter findings, components, and even casting grain from many jewelry vendors these days. While lead was once a common element of pewter, most modern day pewter does not contain lead. When in doubt, always ask the vendor about the alloys used in the pewter it sells. Pictured is the Filigree and Chunky Heart Pearl Necklace, which incorporates a large pewter pendant. (more…)

Money Saving Tips on Jewelry

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Buy Used Jewelry Instead Of New

At the beginning of our relationship, my husband would buy me one nice piece of jewelry for Christmas. When we actually married, we couldn’t afford to buy a brand new engagement ring. I found one I loved at a pawn shop for $500, and it appraised for $3500. My husband always wanted to upgrade me to something nicer. (more…)