Jewelry Without Walls Blog
Changing the Texture of Your Ring Makes it New and Different
Are you a candidate for changing the texture of your ring?
You may not even know. From shiny to matte, from smooth to hammered, there are many ways to change up a piece of your jewelry by adding texture to it.
I’m sharing one woman’s fun texture change and at the end of her story, showing other pictures of texture to inspire you.
Four Reasons to Consider Changing the Texture of Your Ring Continue reading →
Like an Iceberg to the Titanic, Thin Ring Shanks Spell Trouble For You
Like a weak link in a chain, the most vulnerable part of your ring is its shank.
Re-Shanking is a fantastic way to extend the life of your beloved rings.
What is a Too-Thin Shank?
Broken Nails and Jupiter
To break a nail, ladies, is never good. To break a diamond…even less so. Nails grow back relatively quickly. Diamonds…not so fast.
Hmmm, actually not at all. Believe me, I’ve seen plenty of chipped diamonds. In this post I am going to suggest six actions you can take with your chipped diamonds.
Even though they’re the hardest natural material this side of Jupiter, diamonds do chip and crack.
“Why do Diamonds Chip?”
What Guy is Supposed to Know This Stuff Anyways?
In this post I’ll talk about the wedding rings vs engagement rings difference. I’ll also cover when you wear what and why.
I’ll throw in a little historical perspective too. Just a heads up, goats will be mentioned. To keep it interesting I’ll sprinkle in questions I found when Google-ing “Stupid Wedding Ring Questions!” Continue reading →
Ever Get Choked by Your Necklace?
I had a fun super long pearl necklace that I bought to double and triple. Boy I loved it till the first time I doubled it. All day I had to grab it as I’d turned my head and when I turned back I was choking.
I’d used one of my favorite jewelry tools, the oval shortener to double it. It turns out that not all shorteners are created equal. And that’s a good thing because my old favorite oval shortener that I was going to brag about kinda failed me big time the first time I used it on this necklace. Continue reading →