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Common Jewelry Terms and Definitions

Countless women and men appreciate different types of jewelry. This industry offers a wonderful selection of diamond engagement rings, gold necklaces, and silver earrings. While some jewelry is geared toward wedding events, other items are for anniversaries, and Valentine’s Day. As you may know, there are various precious stones and metals used in this business. While a number of wedding bands and bracelets are premade to be sold, jewelers additionally make custom pieces upon request. Below you will see some key terms and definitions that apply to this grand industry.

  • Titanium – This is a very hard, silver-gray metal that is part of the transition series. It is lightweight, strong, and corrosion resistant. Titanium is commonly used to make rings, knife handles, and various other products.
  • Engagement Ring – A ring, typically with a diamond stone, that is offered to a woman when she is asked to be married. This ring is worn until the wedding, and then a wedding band is often added to it.
  • Silver – A precious and shiny metal that is grayish-white in hue. It is commonly used to make jewelry items like necklaces, bracelets, rings, and pendants. Silver is generally not as expensive as gold or platinum.
  • Precious Stones – These are natural and rare stones, such as diamonds, sapphires, emeralds, and rubies. They are used in all sorts of jewelry items like rings, wedding bands, necklaces, and earrings. Their cost varies depending on the size of the stone, as well as its quality and clarity.
  • Platinum – This is a precious metal that is silver in hue, and has the chemical element of atomic number 78. It is used in various types of custom and commercial jewelry, and is generally more expensive than silver and gold.
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    All That Glitters Jewelry & Loans
    12200 Se Division St, Portland, OR 97236
    If you're in need of some extra cash, sell old jewelry, collectibles, instruments and more at our premiere pawn shop.
    (503) 761-9699
    USA Pawn & Jewelry Co
    18449 Southeast Stark Street, Portland, OR 97233
    USA Pawn & Jewelry Co has the best deals on gold, jewelry, electronics, and more!. Call us today for a free quote on any item! Buy from or sell to us today!
    (503) 912-0600
    Berry's Southeast Coin and Jewelry
    8119 Se Powell Blvd, Portland, OR 97206
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    (503) 774-0214
    User Review: "One pound queen elizabeth 1985 gold ,value exchang coin to cash"
    Fred Meyer
    16625 Se 362nd Dr, Sandy, OR 97055
    (503) 668-2363
    Fred Meyer Jewelers
    2497 Se Burnside Rd, Gresham, OR 97080
    (503) 669-4215
    Fred Meyer
    2497 Se Burnside Rd, Gresham, OR 97080
    (503) 618-8364
    Hood River Jewelers
    415 Oak St, Hood River, OR 97031
    (541) 386-6440
    310 Oak St Ste 103, Hood River, OR 97031
    (541) 386-7069
    Claire's Boutiques
    450 Nw 257th Ave, Troutdale, OR 97060
    (503) 492-9573
    Zales Jewelers Outlet
    450 Nw 257th Ave Ste 400, Troutdale, OR 97060
    (503) 669-9395
    Diamond Darcys
    785 Ne 242nd Ave, Troutdale, OR 97060
    (503) 328-8813
    Ginny's Ear-Nest
    1323 Sw 22nd St, Troutdale, OR 97060
    (503) 665-5313
    Apland Jewelers
    216 Oak St, Hood River, OR 97031
    (541) 386-3986
    Springwater Jewelers
    35 E Powell Blvd, Gresham, OR 97030
    (503) 618-9023
    Gold Art Jewelry
    55 Nw 1st St, Gresham, OR 97030
    (503) 661-2929

    Men have been buying engagement rings for women for generations. And if you're a man thinking of proposing to someone, you're undoubtedly thinking about buying a diamond ring or wedding band. With a little help, you should have too much trouble choosing the perfect engagement ring for the love of your life. Just be sure to remember that the size of the jewel is often less important than it's cut and clarity. Most women would prefer to own a slightly smaller gem stone of an exceptional quality, than a larger diamond with noticeable imperfections. It's also important to remember that some women prefer gold wedding bands, while others prefer silver. Some even prefer a mixture of platinum and titanium. Gold and silver are typically considered more fine and fashionable, though. And they complement a variety of jewels incredibly well. You should also remember that some women prefer antique, rather than modern, rings. These antiques are often better-designed than their contemporary counterparts, and they are frequently cheaper, as well. Sometimes they need to be repaired or refinished a bit, but little can compare to their handmade elegance. And finally, you should remember that most women hope that their fiances will continue to occasionally buy them jewelry even after they've gotten engaged. Women love to receive watches, bracelets, and earrings from time to time. Most of them even enjoy receiving religious pendants when the occasion is appropriate. So, when you stop by a jewelry store to pick up a ring for your bride-to-be, you might also want to consider purchasing a jade necklace, or some other item of jewelry, for her too.
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