Thursday, November 17, 2011
The the widest sense of the word, jewelry would be ornamental objects made from many kinds of both organic and inorganic materials, such as hair, feathers, scales, bones, shells, wood, leather, metals, or minerals. Today we think of jewelry primarily as precious or semi-precious gemstones mounted in valuable or attractive metals like gold, silver, platinum, or copper and brass. Most recently, alternative metals such as steel or titanium are gaining favor.
My philosophy about jewelry has always been if you like it, buy it and wear it. It doesn't matter if it's a17-carat diamond or a pair of bright orange plastic dangle earrings. Jewelry IS personal adornment. It's all about YOU! So let Contemporary Concepts adorn you!