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Fine Jewellery by LimeLite Jewellery

What is Fine Jewelry?

Fine jewellery is a type of jewelry that is made from precious metals such as gold, silver, or platinum. The term “fine jewelry” is used for any jewelry that is made from precious metals such as gold, silver, or platinum. Fine jewelry typically uses genuine gemstones like diamonds, sapphires, rubies, or emeralds.

The different types of precious metals used in fine jewelry.

Diamond jewellery has been a popular choice of fine jewelry since the first centuries of the Christian era. From then on, diamonds have become one of the most commonly used precious metals in fine jewellery. Diamonds are a very popular choice for their exquisite color and sparkle, as well as for their vitality and durability.
Diamond jewellery is considered to be among the most luxurious forms of jewellery in terms of its design possibilities and innovative use of stones. The finest diamonds are not only highly prized for their beauty but also for the amount and quality of materials used to make them.
The following diamonds are generally considered to be among the finest and rarest:
* Rubies or sapphires: As their name suggests, rubies are gemstones that have a reddish-brown color with a slight bluish tinge.
* Diamonds: Diamonds are naturally transparent stones that come in many colors including yellow, pink, white, black, brown, blue, green, cobalt blue and purple. Sapphire is another common type of diamond that is formed by combining two types of gems – sapphire (a dark blue-violet mineral) with ruby (a bright red mineral).
* A star cut diamond : The star cut diamond is a diamond cut so thin that it looks like a star with clear points at each end. The surface is smooth in its center at this point where light rays pass through it to hit other surfaces such as skin or glass; hence the name 'star'. This type of diamond also has excellent brilliance because light strikes an area at an angle instead of straight on like other types which means it emits much more light than other diamonds. This type can be seen from afar because stars appear brighter than they actually are due to their reflection in water due to refraction effects .
*An oval cut diamond : An oval cut diamond is one that has been flattened so thickly that it appears almost circular when viewed under close-up lighting; this shape does not change when it is viewed from different angles or focused with magnification tools such as microscopes or telescopes so it can still be identified as being an oval diamond even when seen from afar by eye .
* A round cut diamond : Although often called 'round' because they appear round when they are viewed closely under close-up lighting , this term should not be applied until after they have been polished into an even round shape; otherwise they could appear flat unless they have undergone significant polishing .

The different types of gemstones used in fine jewelry.

The fine jewellery is a collection of jewelry, usually made from precious metal, gemstones and other materials. Fine jewellery has been used for centuries and it is now one of the most popular and valuable forms of luxury goods.
There are many types of fine jewellery. Luxury fine jewellery consists mostly of gold and often diamond or sapphire stones. Popular alternatives include silver, platinum, gemstones in a variety of colors, pearls and other natural materials like ivory or bone. Traditional fine jewellery includes bracelets, necklaces and other accessories made from precious metals such as gold or silver to create pieces that will last for years to come.
Fine jewellery can be worn either on the hand or on the wrist but most often is worn on the hand as it is more comfortable than wearing on the arm. Some prefer to wear on their wrists as it gives them a more elegant look while others prefer to wear on their hands so that they can wear it at any time without having to worry about looking too formal for dinner or other events.
How to care for your fine jewelry.
In the past, fine jewellery was made of metal and stones. Now, fine jewellery is a combination of metal and gemstones. The stones that are usually used in jewellery are:​
* Bold Cut Diamonds
* Pearls
* Emeralds
* Diamonds
* Sapphires
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The History of fine jewelry.

Fine jewellery can be defined as the art of designing and manufacturing jewelry. The fine jewellery industry is the world’s largest manufacturing industry. It employs over 100,000 workers in over 100 countries and generates $200 billion in revenue per year.
Fine jewellery has been around for centuries. Ancient Greeks and Romans used fine jewelry, which was often made of precious stones like diamonds, pearls, rubies, sapphires and emeralds. The most famous example of fine jewelry is that found on the bodies of ancient Egyptian pharaohs such as Tutankhamun who were buried in a wooden sarcophagus.
The word “fine” is used to describe a piece of fine jewellery because the materials are usually selected to perfection to ensure the highest level of quality and craftsmanship possible. In fact, there is even a term for “fine” – “perfectionist” – which refers to those people who strive to achieve perfection with their creations – no matter how small or detailed they may be. In this way, it can be said that every detail counts when it comes to making an impressive piece of fine jewellery such as a ring or a necklace!
How to choose the right piece of fine jewelry for you.
 
An easy way to determine the type of fine jewel you should purchase is to look at the quality of the stones. There are many things that go into determining whether a diamond is worth its weight in gold, and this includes how well cut it is, how well polished it is, how bright it looks, and how durable it is. However, there are also other factors that play a part in the decision on whether this particular piece will be an excellent investment. As you are presented with several pieces of jewelry at different price ranges, you need to be able to discern between them.
It’s important not to let price guide your decision on what type of jewelry you should buy — if it’s expensive enough for you, by all means buy it. If a piece of jewelry isn’t expensive enough for you, then consider purchasing something else instead. For example, if you have a lot of money to invest and have no idea what kind of investments would suit your investment goals better; then go for those investments that suit your budget better than just buying the cheapest one available.