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چه کسی استعداد آرون افشار را کشف کرد
یکی از خوانندگان جوان ایران که در سال‌های اخیر بین مردم محبوبیت زیادی کسب کرده، آرون افشار است. این خواننده صدا طلایی و خوش چهره در اولین روز تابستان سال 1377 در شهر شاندیز مشهد به دنیا آمد. پدرش حبیب افشار یکی از خوانندگان و نوازندگان مشهور پیانو در ایران است‌ و به جز آرون فرزند پسر دیگری به نام عارف دارد که متولد 1390 است. جالب است بدانید که نام شناسنامه‌ای آرون وحید است و آرون به عنوان نام هنری او محسوب می‌شود. مشوق اصلی آرون و دلیل پیشرفت‌های او در عرصه موسیقی پدرش است. این خواننده مطرح قبل از رسیدن به شهرت به عنوان یک خواننده خیابانی مشغول فعالیت بود و در مراسم عروسی نیز خوانندگی می‌کرد تا اینکه در سال 1397 با آهنگ جانم باش به شدت در بین مردم ایران معروف شد. در این مقاله قصد داریم اطلاعات بیشتری درباره این خواننده جوان در اختیار شما قرار و دهیم و بهترین سایت برای دانلود آهنگ‌های این خواننده را معرفی کنیم. چه کسی استعداد آرون افشار را کشف کرد؟‌ همانطور که اشاره کردیم آرون افشار خوانندگی را با اجراهای خیابانی و مراسم‌های مختلف از جمله مراسم عروسی آغاز کرد. در سال‌ 1395 و سال 1394 نیز چند آهنگ اجرا کرد که زیاد مورد توجه کسی قرار نگرفت. اما در نهایت تنظیم کننده معروفی به نام معین راهبر استعداد این خواننده پاپ را با آهنگ جانم باش در سال 1397 کشف کرد و این آهنگ به سرعت در بین مردم محبوب شد. ترانه این آهنگ را خانم عاطفه حبیبی سروده است. لطفی که معین راهبر در حق آرون افشار کرد باعث شد که او در صفحه اینستاگرام خود این تنظیم کننده را به عنوان برادر بزرگتر خود معرفی کند.
Tips For Online Coin Auction Enthusiasts
Online Coin Auction There are coins that are just meant to be treasured and not exchanged for any monetary value. But apparently, even the most rugged and sentimental-looking coins which no longer have economic monetary relevance have still not lost their money-generating charm, thanks to the influence of online coin auctions. Coins are fascinating mementos of history, sentiment, and art. Coins vary in size, shape, and design. Art-lovers love to paint on it. Scientists love to tinker with its material, which is usually tough and long-lasting. Kids love to hear the ringing sound when it collides with their piggy banks and trinkets. Some people make galleries out of it. I even find some ancestors lovingly giving them through the generations of family members just to give a memory reminder from their not-so-distant past. Believe it or not, a lot of people would be more than willing to trade wads of paper bills just to get a piece or two of the more exotic finds in the coin depositories available in antique shops online and offline. A good question to consider: How would you know if it’s worth it? That is a question of discernment and of quality. I can’t blame coin aficionados who take their collection to the next level. And there’s no telling how far they would go just to be able to make their much-anticipated and regulated quest for the exotic pieces. There are actually online coin auctions available for the most enthusiastic coin seeker. And online is the best place to connect all tribes and regions and thus, have more opportunities for variety, competition, and quality. In participating in any online coin auctions, knowledge of the household rules is a must. It varies from site to site and just like shampoo for your particular hair type, you would need to do a bit of searching for the site which will best suit your coin fancying needs. There are different subcultures in the search for old and new coin galleries. Some would prefer the European coins over the Asian ones. There are different specific markets for every website. Every coin-collecting online bidder must be willing to search through various threads in order to get to the right auctioning group. Of course, one rule of thumb is that if something is too good to be true, then it most certainly is. Be very aware that some scammers can get very deceptive and lead you to give more information in exchange for nothing but sugarcoated promises. This is where proper use of available information comes in. If there is not adequate information regarding the person or company that you intend to do business with, it would be ideal to hold your horses and tough it out in the online coin auction scene than set yourself out for disaster. In making use of coin auctions online, being specific would definitely save you lots of precious time. If you already have an idea of the make, grade, and size of the coins you are looking for, searching for the perfect group which caters to that particular type would not be so hard. Also, check for the latest updates on the website. If it seemed like a considerable amount of time since the website was updated, you might think twice about trying to avail yourself of some coins from there. Some websites are just abandoned and without any formal announcement whatsoever that they stopped their operations. The best bet for any beginning online coin buyer is to find that site where there is always an update or it is bustling with activity. It would also help to build a network first before investing. Advice from the pros to the business might be more than helpful than any other information from write-ups combined. Besides, not all bidding rules are written out for you to read. There are some unwritten norms that you will have to fish out from the people involved before you take the plunge. Coin collecting is a very rewarding hobby, as proven by coin collectors who convene and stay together online to continually improve and modernize this age-old trading industry. True, you may be trading coins as extinct as the dinosaurs, but you’re savvy in bidding, and scoring the best of the best among the various coins and need not be as extinct. How to Sell Your Coin Collection When you were a kid, you had a huge coin collection. Proof sets, rarities, and thousands of others. You bet your collection could probably sell for enough to put your kid through her first semester at college. Well, maybe. Follow these tips to get the best price for your coins. If you’ve been reading through coin value guides and you think that you have a fortune on your hands, you may be surprised to realize that most of those prices are for retailers, and aren’t actually what you would be paid for them. A couple of books that may behoove you: The Official Red Book: A Guide Book of United States Coins,” and the “Standard Catalog of World Coins.” Know what you have and list the price that you want for each item. If you have a lot of pennies, though, it may not be worth it to count each one. You can determine how many you have by weighing them, 148 wheat pennies to the pound. The same goes for other mass coins like dimes and quarters. When it comes to selling to dealers, there are many routes you can take. But first, this path is one for unloading your collection faster; be warned that you may not get the premium values you want. Money.org and PNGDealers.com are two websites that can help you find a dealer. Once you find an interested dealer, talk to him. Make sure that he is experienced and has traded before – you don’t want to work with someone who is posing as a dealer and who wants to take advantage of you. Coin guilds are worthy places to check for reputable dealers. Many dealers specialize in a certain kind of coin collection, so it may be hard at first to find an interested party. Smaller dealers are more willing to take on entire collections. If your collection is relatively small, you may have to ship it to the interested dealer. Ensure the package and include a list of what you are sending. Within no time, you can expect a check in the mail. If you have a few rare coins, it may be worth it to have them slabbed (graded professionally with a certificate). If you want to take the high line, go to an auction house. Most houses start by giving you a conservative estimate of how much your collection is worth. Heritage Auction Galleries in Dallas is the world’s leading rare coin auctioneer, and the third-largest house around. If your collection is valued at over $5,000, they will auction it for you. There is, however, a 10% fee. Buying and Selling at Rare Coin Auctions If you’re a rare and valuable coin buyer, the large action format will likely be the only opportunity for access to the few examples on the market. As a bidder you can remain anonymous while going after the coins you seek, and a reputable auction house will guarantee the authenticity of their coins for sale. If you have a collection of extremely rare and valuable coins, you would be best served by selling them in one of the larger coin auctions. The action format will allow the seller to reach the largest number of qualified buyers, so you’ll be getting the best price you can for them. There are several areas to consider when choosing an auction house to sell your coins: What reputation do they have? Have they been in business for a long time? Are they employing experts and professionals? Are they prepared to skillfully handle your sale? Do they have the resources to attract large consignments, and prepare first-class marketing? Do they have adequate insurance to insure your collection while in their hands? Do they have a clear and concise consignment agreement? Look at past sales. Did they inspire active bidding and good prices? Buyers: Read the catalog’s terms of sale, purchase guarantees, bidder commission, lot viewing, grading, proxy bidding, and sales tax. Find out when payment is due and what fees are involved. Factor in the 10% buyer’s commission into your top bid for the rare coins of interest. You may also have to submit a credit application with the auction house. Preparation is the key to being a successful auction buyer. Learn details about the rare American coin you’re bidding on. Try to find out who else might be bidding on it. Know the market: sale prices vs rarity. Know how you’ll pay for the coin if you do acquire it. Know more about what you’re bidding on than anyone else in the room. Know when to stop bidding. Sellers: Consider having your coins graded before the auction if they aren’t graded yet. Graded coins bring double to triple the number of their upgraded counterparts. The grade will no longer be a factor in the final bid. Typically, consignors are paid 45 days after the sale. Often, the auction house will front you up to half the expected return on your consignments. This helps because it usually takes several months to complete the marketing and sale of your rare American coin collection.
A GUIDE – HOW TO SELL ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES ONLINE
COLLECTIBLES ONLINE You want to sell your antiques or collectibles online but before you get started there are a few basics that you need to know. Online auctions from eBay to uBid.com and Bidsquare online Auctions are becoming a more common venue for sellers of everything from teddy bear collectibles to antique armoires. RESEARCH Before you list an item on an online auction, search for your item or similar items. Watch some of these auctions until they close. Do this over the course of several weeks. This will give you a good indication of how many similar items there are currently up for auction, how many auctions are successfully completed and, the prices commanded for the item. If there are many similar items to yours listed that are not selling or selling for a low price, price your item accordingly. Conversely, if there are only a few similar items that are selling for a high price, you’ll be able to price your item appropriately. UNDERSTAND THE LISTING PROCEDURES Take some time to do an online tutorial for new sellers. eBay offers a very thorough tutorial. You’ll learn how to set up a listing, the importance of good photos and how to include them in your listing. This is the time-consuming part for new sellers and takes some time to get up to speed. Good photos and clear descriptions are key to ensuring a successful auction because your listing is all that potential bidders have at their disposal to make their buying decision. ACCURACY Online auctions simply post your merchandise as described. They do not verify the accuracy of the item, that the merchandise actually exists, or even guarantee that you will follow through with the sale. As a seller, you want to be as accurate in describing the condition of your item, both the good and the bad points. If there is damage, mention it in the description and show photos. The more upfront and accurate the description, the more likely the buyer will be a satisfied customer who doesn’t demand his/her money back. Buyers will call you on any unmentioned flaws and cause you justifiable grief. IT’S A BUYER'S MARKET ONLINE Online auctions are more of a gold mine for collectible auctions buyers, rather than for sellers. Buyers can search for the manufacturer, color, and/or style number. The old days when the world seemed larger and items seemed scarce are gone. Online auctions have reduced the perception that an item is rare. Before online auctions, antique hunters would have to scour high and low for their favorite item and often end up paying a high price. Now, with online auctions, the scarcity of collectibles is reduced when you can search, for example, a Coca-Cola picnic cooler and see that there are currently 78 available for auction on eBay. It brings the price down of these items – not so good for sellers. FEES FOR SELLER Online auctions are set up so that there are no fees charged to buyers. All fees associated with an online auction are the responsibility of the seller. Keep in mind that listing fees, reserve fees, final auction fees, and display fees are how online auctions make their money. You’ll need to factor in these costs when you are determining your selling price. Buyers generally pay for shipping and handling in addition to the final selling price. However, you can factor shipping into your price and indicate so on your auction. This is attractive to bidders because they know the final cost including shipping and handling and can help to draw bids to your auction. eBay offers a “Buy It Now” feature where sellers can list items at a fixed price rather than through an auction. The advantage to a seller is that you may sell an item quickly if a buyer is willing to meet your price. The disadvantage is that you’ll never know if an auction might have given you a higher price. DETERMINING YOUR SELLING PRICE The lower the starting price the more attractive the auction is to bidders. Don’t start your auction so high that bidders are turned off. You want to start a bidding frenzy, not scare off bidders. Avoid putting a reserve on an item unless it is of great value. You pay an additional fee and it doesn’t make sense for a low-priced item. CHECK BUYER’S FEEDBACK Feedback sections are a common feature of an online auction. This is the place on the auction website where buyers and sellers can check the reputation of the seller or buyer. Moreover, previous buyers and sellers can post their comments on their experiences with an individual. It’s a good indicator as to whether the seller or buyer is an individual you would feel comfortable doing business with, but even a spotless record doesn’t mean that your experience will go as smoothly. After the auction is completed, check the buyer’s feedback immediately for any warning signs of non-payment or multiple returns. This information may help you to proceed carefully to complete a smooth transaction. POST YOUR RETURN POLICY Let bidders know if you will accept returns or if all sales are final. However, a flexible return policy will make your auction more attractive to bidders. PAYMENT METHODS Avoid cash payments because if there is a dispute, there is no paper trail to document how much you paid. Credit card payments through PayPal, a secure third-party company, are a very common payment method. Credit card payments protect both the buyer and seller if there is a dispute. INSURANCE & ESCROW Insurance protects the buyer and the seller. It protects up to a preset amount but there are limitations with any insurance. Escrow services are widespread and a good idea for more expensive items. UNHAPPY WITH YOUR SELLING EXPERIENCE There are a few avenues of recourse if you are an unhappy seller. First, contact the buyer immediately by email and/or phone to clarify the problem if they are unhappy with him or her. If this doesn’t happen or is unsuccessful, you can leave negative feedback or contact the online auction house as they will likely have a dispute resolution process, or contact the police if you feel fraud is involved.
A Guide – How to Sell Antiques & Collectibles Online
Collectibles Online You want to sell your antiques or collectibles online but before you get started there are a few basics that you need to know. Online auctions from eBay to uBid.com and Bidsquare online Auctions are becoming a more common venue for sellers of everything from teddy bear collectibles to antique armoires. Research Before you list an item on an online auction, search for your item or similar items. Watch some of these auctions until they close. Do this over the course of several weeks. This will give you a good indication of how many similar items there are currently up for auction, how many auctions are successfully completed and, the prices commanded for the item. If there are many similar items to yours listed that are not selling or selling for a low price, price your item accordingly. Conversely, if there are only a few similar items that are selling for a high price, you’ll be able to price your item appropriately. Understand the Listing Procedures Take some time to do an online tutorial for new sellers. eBay offers a very thorough tutorial. You’ll learn how to set up a listing, the importance of good photos and how to include them on your listing. This is the time-consuming part for new sellers and takes some time to get up to speed. Good photos and clear descriptions are key to ensuring a successful auction because your listing is all that potential bidders have at their disposal to make their buying decision. Accuracy Online auctions simply post your merchandise as described. They do not verify the accuracy of the item, that the merchandise actually exists, or even guarantee that you will follow through with the sale. As a seller, you want to be as accurate in describing the condition of your item, both the good and the bad points. If there is damage, mention it in the description and show photos. The more upfront and accurate the description, the more likely the buyer will be a satisfied customer who doesn’t demand his/her money back. Buyers will call you on any unmentioned flaws and cause you justifiable grief. It’s A Buyers Market Online Online auctions are more of a gold mine for collectible auctions buyers, rather than for sellers. Buyers can search for the manufacturer, color, and/or style number. The old days when the world seemed larger and items seemed scarce are gone. Online auctions have reduced the perception that an item is rare. Before online auctions, antique hunters would have to scour high and low for their favorite item and often end up paying a high price. Now, with online auctions, the scarcity of collectibles is reduced when you can search, for example, a Coca-Cola picnic cooler and see that there are currently 78 available for auction on eBay. It brings the price down of these items – not so good for sellers. Fees For Seller Online auctions are set up so that there are no fees charged to buyers. All fees associated with an online auction are the responsibility of the seller. Keep in mind that listing fees, reserve fees, final auction fees, and display fees are how online auctions make their money. You’ll need to factor in these costs when you are determining your selling price. Buyers generally pay for shipping and handling in addition to the final selling price. However, you can factor shipping into your price and indicate so on your auction. This is attractive to bidders because they know the final cost including shipping and handling and can help to draw bids to your auction. eBay offers a “Buy It Now” feature where sellers can list items at a fixed price rather than through an auction. The advantage to a seller is that you may sell an item quickly if a buyer is willing to meet your price. The disadvantage is that you’ll never know if an auction might have given you a higher price. Determining Your Selling Price The lower the starting price the more attractive the auction is to bidders. Don’t start your auction so high that bidders are turned off. You want to start a bidding frenzy, not scare off bidders. Avoid putting a reserve on an item unless it is of great value. You pay an additional fee and it doesn’t make sense for a low-priced item. CHECK BUYER’S FEEDBACK Feedback sections are a common feature of an online auction. This is the place on the auction website where buyers and sellers can check the reputation of the seller or buyer. Moreover, previous buyers and sellers can post their comments on their experiences with an individual. It’s a good indicator as to whether the seller or buyer is an individual you would feel comfortable doing business with, but even a spotless record doesn’t mean that your experience will go as smoothly. After the auction is completed, check the buyer’s feedback immediately for any warning signs of non-payment or multiple returns. This information may help you to proceed carefully to complete a smooth transaction. Post Your Return Policy Let bidders know if you will accept returns or if all sales are final. However, a flexible return policy will make your auction more attractive to bidders. Payment Methods Avoid cash payments because if there is a dispute, there is no paper trail to document how much you paid. Credit card payments through PayPal, a secure third-party company, are a very common payment method. Credit card payments protect both the buyer and seller if there is a dispute. Insurance & Escrow Insurance protects the buyer and the seller. It protects up to a preset amount but there are limitations with any insurance. Escrow services are widespread and a good idea for more expensive items. Unhappy With Your Selling Experience There are a few avenues of recourse if you are an unhappy seller. First, contact the buyer immediately by email and/or phone to clarify the problem if they are unhappy with him or her. If this doesn’t happen or is unsuccessful, you can leave negative feedback or contact the online auction house as they will likely have a dispute resolution process, or contact the police if you feel fraud is involved.
Emerald – One of the Oldest Gemstones
Emerald ‘Nothing Greens Greener’ is the best way that could have possibly described emeralds and Pliny the Elder chose to say it this way. For centuries the vivid green color of emerald has won the hearts of people from all over the world. Whether kings and rulers of the past or modern-day celebrities,’ emeralds continue to remain highly sought after. The basic color of emeralds is green, which also gives this lovely gemstone its name. The Greek word ‘smarados’ which is derived from the French word ‘esmeralde’ denotes the color green. Emeralds are one of the oldest gemstones that ever existed and date back to at least 4000 years in history. In the Vedas, the holy scriptures of the Hindus emeralds are referred as stones that have healing properties. Emeralds are also said to be harbingers of good luck and success. The Moguls are said to be extremely fond of emeralds. Jehangir owned a cup made of pure emerald that is now placed at the New York Museum of Natural History. The ‘Mogul Emerald’ weighing 217.8 carats and dating back to 1695 is one of the oldest emeralds known to exist. This breathtaking stone has detailed engravings along with prayer text. Emeralds have been popular all over the world. In ancient Egypt an emerald was placed around the neck of mummies for timeless youth. The Turkish sultans were so in love with emeralds that the Topkani Palace in Istanbul houses numerous items with emeralds. The vibrant green color of emerald stands for love, youth, and timelessness. Ancient Romans considered green to be the color of Venus, the Goddess of love and beauty. Green is also the holy color in Islam. The Catholic Church also holds great importance for the color green and considers it to be the most essential of all colors. Emeralds, due to their vivid green color hold great meaning in love and also denote everlasting and timeless emotions. Emeralds in earlier times were mined exclusively in Egypt, Austria, and Afghanistan. Columbia later grew to be another good source of emeralds which also happen to be highly sought after due to their vivid green color and shine. Brazil, Zambia, Pakistan, India, Madagascar, Russia, and Zimbabwe are other good sources of emeralds. Emeralds from Zambia are known for their dark green vibrant hue. Unlike most other gemstones, emeralds are oil-treated. This helps to fill the cracks and fissures on the surface of the stone. This also significantly improves the look and texture of the stone. Emeralds demand good care and being a softer variety of stones they require proper storage as well. Care must be taken while storing emerald jewelry. One must make sure they are separately wrapped in soft tissue or cloth and the surface does not come in contact with any other stone or metal. Harsh detergents and soaps must be avoided while cleaning emerald jewelry. Emeralds look beautiful in every possible form of jewelry whether emerald rings, Tiffany emerald earrings, or emerald pendants. Whether simple emerald jewelry or coupled with sparkling diamonds, these stones always stand apart.
How to Buy A Bracelet and Most popular bracelet styles today
For many women, a bracelet is more than a piece of jewelry. It is not only a form of self-expression but also what makes you look fashionable. Bracelets can be divided into two types- Bangles Chain Bracelets And chain bracelets can also come in various different kinds of designs and types. This article is to tell you how to choose a chain bracelet. 1. Set a Budget. The budget is one realistic factor that can determine which charm bracelet you end up with. Setting up financial boundaries before you begin your search keeps you from overspending and looking outside your price range. It is a well-known fact that not everybody can afford those top-notch bracelets, but there are many comparable options available. Although it is advisable to buy within your price range, do not rush into buying a cheaply made chain bracelet just to spare a few dollars. It is important to get it right the first time and avoid unnecessary trips to the jeweler just because you bought an inexpensive bracelet made of cheap clasps and links. 2. Decide on the Metal After setting a budget, you should then choose what type of material you want your bracelet chain to be. Here are some most common materials that are used to make bracelet chains. You can choose anyone according to your taste. Gold chain bracelets are much more formal than others and their pendants are very formal as well. If you decided to buy a gold bracelet, what you need to keep in mind is that pure gold is extremely malleable and is not very durable. So you’d better choose one in the form of 14 or 18 karats. Silver chain bracelets are also very formal when compared to other kinds of metal. Like a gold chain, silver chain is most often found as an alloy to make it more durable for daily wear. So before making a decision, you need to know that a silver bracelet has to have a 92.5 percent silver composition. Platinum chain bracelets are extremely durable and can last for an exceptionally long time. Platinum is the hardest material among the precious metals commonly used in making bracelet chains. Additionally, platinum chains can retain a shine without regular polishing. Plated chain bracelets can be made from many materials. The plating process puts a certain thickness of the given metal, like gold, on the base material. Although plating achieves the appearance of the metal, it finally wears off over time. Leather chain bracelets are made from either genuine animal hide or imitation material. Leather makes bracelets less formal than those made from precious metals. Fabric chain bracelets usually contain a lot of different types of fabrics, like rope, cord, and cloth. They are generally considered to be appropriate for informal wear. 3. Choose the Style Chain bracelets come in a variety of designs to suit every taste. Gold or silver is just the first decision you have to make. The following is a description of some of the most popular chain styles: Snake bracelet chains are made up of rings that fit together closely to form around, thick chain. Mesh bracelet chains are typified by flexible links that are suited to considerable wear and tear. Bead chains are made by stringing metal balls along a wire. Wheat chains alternate between twisted and oval links to create a distinctive appearance. Rope chains are chains where links are linked in a twisted pattern by twisting multiple strands of metal around each other to resemble a braid. Box bracelet chains have a smooth texture that is created by the use of square links rather than rounded links, giving the chain a boxy appearance. Thinner versions of box chains are popular for women’s jewelry and often paired up with pendants. Figaro chains are designed with several small round links interspersed with one long oval link. This style of chain originated in Italy, and Figaro chains are frequently used for men’s jewelry. Mariner chains are similar to Figaro chains, but they alternate a single, small, round link with a larger oval link. They resemble the chains attached to an anchor on boats, hence its name. This style of chain is popular for id bracelets, any jewelry with nautical themes, and unisex style jewelry. 4. Know the Wrist Size If you are buying a bracelet for others, you need to keep in mind that in addition to choosing a charm bracelet that fits the budget and the wearer’s preferences, it must also fit around his/her wrist. Most traditional and European bracelets are approximately 16 to 23 centimeters long but some Pandora bracelets can be wrapped around the wrist two or more times. If you are purchasing for a little girl, you should know if she will want to wear it in the future and allow for growing room. Italian charm bracelets usually come in standard sizes because they typically have eighteen links in them. Cartier Bracelets are the highest indulgence, their delicate and simple designs allow for every unique individual to fall in love with them. Most popular bracelet styles today: Gemstone bracelets offer variety and often a splash of color. The variety of gemstones available ranges from amethyst to diamonds and all the colors of the rainbow in between with prices to match. There are bound to be bracelets in this category for any budget. Settings may include a single stone or maybe a link-style bracelet of stones such as a tennis bracelet. Beaded bracelets may be as simple as designs from childhood or intricate one-of-a-kind designs found at art studios. Increasingly popular one-of-a-kind beads found in high-end jewelry today are dichroic glass beads. These beads are created with a thin film of metal fused to the surface of the glass – a method originally developed by NASA for the space program. Bangles are made from a variety of materials including metal, stone, wood, glass, and plastic. These are available as simple bands or embedded with stones and gems of varying value including diamonds. Wooden ones are often painted so that there are a variety of colors available in traditional materials as well as plastic options. Chanel bangle bracelets offer a chance to include a personalized touch to almost any bracelet. Most commonly found as dangle charms on chain-style bracelets these charms can range from a simple stone or engraved shape to an array of stones such as the birthstone bracelets common as gifts for mothers with a stone for each child’s birthday.
The Diamond tennis bracelet: everything you need to know
Origin of the Diamond Tennis Bracelet The origin of the Diamond Tennis Bracelet is related back to when famous tennis player Chris Evert lost her diamond bracelet during a match. Chris Evert was a professional tennis player from 1972 to 1989. During a tennis match, the clasp on her diamond bracelet snapped causing it to fall off. When the clasp snapped, she asked the game officials to pause the tennis match until her jewelry could be located. Ever since that day, line diamond bracelets have been coined “tennis bracelets”. Types Currently, when shopping around for a diamond tennis bracelet, there are many different styles to choose from. If you prefer a vintage or antique-looking bracelet, you should be able to find a large number of bracelets that have a vintage look and feel to them. Maybe the detailing on the bracelet setting is ornate or the antique stone shape is unique. However, if something more modern or streamlined is your taste, a classic tennis bracelet can be located simply by taking the time to look around. Once you find the style you want, it should be easy to comparison shop. Also, diamond tennis bracelets can be mixed with gemstones for that added pop of visual interest and color. Where to buy The largest collection of diamond bracelet selections can be found when searching online. You can also buy it on an online auction websites like Bidsquare and with just a few simple steps you can view Cartier tennis bracelets, diamond tennis bracelets, vintage diamond bracelets, gemstone bracelets, red carpet glamor bracelets, men’s bracelets, simple gold or platinum bracelets, and other items such as diamond necklaces, diamond pendants, diamond earrings, stud earrings, journey jewelry, anniversary, wedding and bridal rings. When looking to buy a very classic piece of jewelry, a tennis bracelet is a great option. With such an assortment of styles available now, anyone can enjoy wearing a tennis bracelet. Whether you are acting as a tennis player, going to the opera, dress nice for work, or out on a date, a bracelet on the wrist is an accessory that instantly adds sparkle and intrigue to the outfit. Ever wondered where the diamond tennis bracelet started? The diamond tennis bracelet has an interesting history and as a piece of beautiful jewelry, it is unparalleled. Let’s take a look at how this beautiful bracelet began and what custom design options are being created today. Is It Just A Diamond Bracelet? Diamond bracelets have been popular for a long very long time. The wrist is an ideal location to display the beauty and sparkle of diamonds, as the movement of the hand helps display the brilliance of light as it plays with the cut of your gemstones. There are various settings and clasps that can be used with a diamond bracelet and must be considered carefully, as you might have significant value both emotionally if it was a valued gift and also in terms of dollar value. You don’t want to find yourself losing your favorite piece of jewelry because of a poor clasp. There is a wide selection of styles for this popular form of diamond jewelry in existence today, limited only by the creativity of the jeweler and the public’s demand. You may prefer embellished tennis bracelet sets, vintage diamond bracelets, custom designer diamond bracelets, or antique bracelets. There are many options to choose from and much depends on your style and taste, though, in my experience, any of the above make an impressive and appreciated gift. Men’s AND Women’s Diamond Bracelets Another interesting aspect of the diamond bracelets development over time is the increase in men’s bracelet popularity, they are not just for women anymore. You can typically choose between platinum, white gold, or yellow gold for the bracelet set itself, and your selection of loose diamonds for placement will have a good deal of impact on your jewelry pieces’ beauty, desirability, and value. As diamond jewelry is concerned the diamond tennis bracelet is here to stay as a hugely popular and beautiful means of showing your love or appreciation as a gift. One need not play tennis to appreciate the beauty and ownership of these custom diamond jewelry pieces. Diamond tennis bracelets are the consummate present for the gentleman in your life. Envision the expression on his face as he unfolds that packet and it has a sensational tennis-style bracelet that glitters all-round with icy white diamonds. I question who will be happier…him for acquiring such a wonderful and beautiful piece of men’s diamond jewelry; or you as you catch the expression of absolute surprise on his face. A gleaming diamond tennis bracelet is a refined option for the stateliest affair and could even give the most perfunctory of events just that much called for a touch of class. Now that increasingly more gentlemen are comfy enough in their own skin that they can genuinely enjoy these sorts of exquisite men’s jewelry. Gone are the days when most men just would not wear this sort of thing. And I for one am extremely grateful for that. Diamond jewelry could and should be for both genders. In my belief, if you are able to afford it, you ought always to go for the very best caliber when buying diamond jewelry. For example, all diamond bracelets had better be able to be fastened with a box clasp with a safety lock. I had desired a diamond bracelet for a long time but was never certain about the Karat sizing. At length, I chose one with three and two-fifths karats that had been crafted with shimmering 14-karat white gold. I landed up being inordinately delighted with this well-made bracelet with just the correct measure of effervescence for casual or evenings out. A diamond tennis bracelet is a heavy investment. Although there are diamond bracelets available in an array of costs, they're commonly rather expensive. Once you are determined to purchase any piece of diamond jewelry, you had better recognize precisely what you're acquiring for the price. Fortified with some crucial data about diamond jewelry, you will be able to buy the consummate diamond bracelet at the best cost. There are numerous things to deliberate on when you're choosing the expressive style of your bracelet. The metal of the bracelet is a big decision, and you'll be able to decide between yellow gold, white gold rose gold, platinum, and even sterling silver. The diamond cut and color is also an enjoyable and personal decision, whether you favor colorless princess-cut diamonds or round-cut pink stones. Diamond tennis bracelets also come in fun assortments, a few with flowered designs, swirl styles, and multi-row fashions. 3 Things on Buying Diamond Tennis Bracelets One of the most adored items to be acquired could be the Diamond Tennis Bracelet. It's a type of trinket that will add some allurement in life. Within the present time, lots of tennis bracelets are available anywhere and we have to know some significant elements just before purchasing as well as owning the bracelet. Listed here are a few things to keep in mind. Details represent the Quality Tennis bracelets rely on craftsmanship as much as it relies on well-cut stones. The quality could possibly be simply identified in the specific appropriate on all settings yellow gold, white gold, platinum, silver, or a different metal. Look at the capability of gratifying your wrist having its very well trim stones. It is more beautifully noticed whenever it is spaced and the metal is bland. Observe the particular Diamonds and not the metal. Fine Fit It is very awesome to put on a bracelet having cozy fitness with your wrist. As a general rule, the bracelets need to be suspended freely across the wrist. However fitness has considerably proper measures if perhaps far too tight, and one danger is how the bracelet could be strained into the stage of breakage while too loose; the bracelet is at threat for snagging or slipping off unnoticed. Furthermore, think that there must be a flexible, free faction in between all of the links, particularly the clasp. Metal in the bracelet really should sense smooth to the touch with no rough or pointed edges. You have to be able to wrap it around your fingers. Wrist Size and Carat Dimensions Numerous girls and men consider the length of their particular body part whenever buying an accessory, you need to check if your wrist is proportioned to your chosen bracelet. Also, be aware when choosing the carat size of the stones and overall designs when it comes to bracelet buying. Bracelets with much larger gems seem ideal on women with medium or perhaps larger wrists, slight styles with diamonds of a lower carat weight flatter small and petite wrists. Pick the best carat size according to the size and your taste.
Buying Tiffany Jewelry
Many people have trouble buying jewelry because they do not know what to look for. However, you should be careful because jewelry is not only about money; There is also an emotional component. Take a look at our Tiffany jewelry tips to give you an idea of choosing the correct piece. Among the most important jewelry purchases tips, you can always buy jewelry from a reputable store and carefully read the warranty policy. Before buying something from an online store, it is better to read policies regarding shipping costs, returns, and guarantees. Also, look for comments from the buyer online. When buying gold, make sure that gold has the right karat. A Karat brand indicates how much gold has been mixed in the mixture of other metals. The pure gold bar is 24 karat. The jewelry that has a higher karat will typically cost more. A pure gold bar is 24 karat. The 18 K Jewelry term refers to jewelry containing 18 gold parts mixed with 6 parts of another metal. Make sure your jewelry is marked with the company’s registered trademark and the Karat claim. One of the most important jewelry purchase tips when it comes to gems, is taking care of imitations in plastic and glass. Synthetically manufactured stones are less expensive than naturally mined stones. Gems are usually measured by weight. The basic unit to fish precious stones is the chipolata. Find out your jeweler about the care of your precious stone. 4 C’s Of Diamond When buying diamond jewelry, keep in mind 4 c es, that is, color cut clarity and carats. The weight of the diamond is measured in carats. Diamond surfaces can often be filled with other substances or can be treated with a laser to eliminate failures. Your jeweler must be able to inform you about any filling that may not be permanent. Many jewelers can sell cubic zirconia as diamonds with names, such as “Russian Diamonds”. The cubic zirconia resembles diamonds, but are actually made in the laboratory and, therefore, much more affordable than diamonds. At Evesaddict.com Find some cubic and affordable zirconia jewelry. Election of cubic zirconia rings, cubic charms of Zirconia Tiffany, cubic zirconia necklaces, cubic zirconia pendants, and cubic zirconia bracelets. How to say the difference of counterfeit Tiffany jewelry. Many brand items are often falsified and sold at lower prices. This is true of many design items, including pockets, shoes and jewelry. It is especially true in Tiffany’s jewelry, perhaps one of the most popular types of jewelry that is available. If you are interested in buying Tiffany jewelry, but you want to make sure you are not getting a fake, here are some things to keep in mind that it will allow you to say the difference between what is real and what can be fake. One of the most important things for you to consider when buying Tiffany Co. or any branded article is that you should never rely on an email or unsolicited message of any service. Ignore This If it Likely happening to you Tiffany’s will never send spam emails offering to sell your expensive jewelry at lower prices. If you get one of those emails or if someone sends a message through another service, simply ignore it, or better yet, report it as a scam. Will not only help you avoid the possibility of buying something that is falsified, you can also be helping someone else to avoid the problem too? It is also important that you understand that Tiffany’s will never sell your jewelry at a discounted price. They do not run sales, as they do many of the other jewels that are popular. Along the same lines, there are never exit stores that are going to sell Tiffany jewelry at a discounted price and you will never find any of your items sold in a wholesale location. In most cases, when you see such an offer, it will make the affirmation buy your jewelry from China and get a discount. Tiffany’s makes all its own jewels in the United States, with some selected items that are made in Mexico, Spain or Italy. You should also be familiar with the way Tiffany marks your jewelry. Each piece of Tiffany jewelry is going to be stamped with the Tiffany Company brand, and in most cases, it is also going to stamp with the date the item was marked. This is also true of many other pieces of high-quality jewelry. In some cases, counterfeit jewelry is not going to be stamped in the same way, so it will be easy to identify as a fake. Tiffany jewelry online If you are buying any piece of Tiffany jewelry online. even including on eBay or any other Online auction website like Bidsquare or LiveAuctioneers, make sure that the markings are clearly shown in the photograph. If there is any doubt, ask the seller to post additional pictures. Another important thing you can do to determine if you are looking for counterfeit Tiffany jewelry, it is shared with what is available on the Official website of Tiffany Co. It is true that some people sell used items and can get those at the lowest price. , but it is always a good idea to confirm the fact that it is legitimate. How to Detect Tiffany’s Fake jewelry. Tiffany links: Tiffany jewelry links have a similar feature that shares many bags. The gap, or the affection of non-space. This refers to the difference between the bonds of economic manufacturing and the quality and crafts of authentic links. In the bags called O-rings, but in this sense Tiffany, we will call them links. The biggest error did, and it is not necessarily an error, but a saving technique, is that the links in the counterfeit Tiffany jewelry pinched together. And there will be a line in the link where the two closed ends were closed. A notable gap. Study the links, and look for the line, or the gap, in the link, if this function is evident, it is very likely that it is a false piece of Tiffany. No gaps: The authentic linked jewelry made by Tiffany will have little or no sign of being pinched together. This is because an authentic link soldered, with a high level of craft and detail, and then leave little or no trace of any empty line. Source / Stamps: Tiffany jewelry is stamped with high quality, “Tiffany Co.” logo. Accompanying this seal is usually the precious metal, for silver, brand: for example. Tiffany Co. 925, or T Co. 925). Many times, Tiffany will seal her jewelry with the actual date, the piece was originally marked, the Tiffany logo and the precious percentage of metals. This will always be in the same order: [Date, logo seal, metal content]. Example: 2001 Tiffany Co. 925. Be careful with any jewelry that has this incorrect order, which must raise an immediate red flag. By implementing these basic and rapid tips, you can delete many of the Tiffany pieces circulating in the open market. Good luck and safe purchases! Bidsquare online jewelry auction aims to offer Tiffany Co quality jewelry, from Tiffany Cross Necklace to Tiffany’s engagement rings, you can find all the Tiffany jewelry in the vintage jewelry auction sale at Bidsquare