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History of the Recliner Chair

While much of the written history of the recliner starts in the early Twentieth Century, the recliner chair dates back much further. The earliest recliner chairs actually appeared in the late ..
(June 20, 2008)
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Fleur De Lis Bookends Emblematic of History

The Fleur de lis is symbolic for many reasons. Most often translated as flower of the lily, this historic symbol has been associated with European royalty, in particular the French monarchies. ..
(December 27, 2007)
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Watch Makers Discover Part Standardization

Like countless other consumer products, the way in which modern wrist watches are manufactured has undergone incredible changes since the Industrial Revolution that broke during the turn of twentieth .
(December 03, 2007)
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Ten Carat Gold - The Good and the Bad

Gold has captivated us for thousand of years especially when it comes to jewelry. The gift of gold has never fallen out of favor, considered an act of respect and love. Gold has started wars, helped ..
(December 05, 2007)
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Children Drawn to the Sparkle of Jewelry

Observing how a baby reacts to visual stimuli and it is easy to see how jewelry gets the attention of children and adults alike. Beauty, color and shine are universal attractants not limited to ..
(December 09, 2007)
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Do Not Remove Your Mattress Tag Under Penalty of Law

The infamous little tag on your mattress, bedding and other upholstered furniture has been the butt of jokes for decades. For years, many people actually believed that they would be breaking the law ..
(December 20, 2007)
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Jade As A Jewelry Gemstone

The mystical jade stone has long captured the mind and spirit of humankind for thousands of years. The brilliant luster and deep color variations entice the eye and its mystical powers are said to ..
(July 12, 2007)
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Opal As A Jewelry Gemstone

This stone has indeed captured the imagination of humankind because of its spectacular variety of color and luminescence. This is one of the only gemstones that have relatively high water content, ..
(July 12, 2007)
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Garnet As A Jewelry Gemstone

Garnet has a long and storied history dating back to before the Bronze Age. These stones have long been prized for their beauty and brilliance. These gemstones are used in creating jewelry and are ..
(July 12, 2007)
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Ruby As A Jewelry Gemstone

Rubies are the stones of folklore and mystery. Often fiery red and reflecting an extraordinary depth of color, ruby is said to resemble the heart and is able inspire the passions of love. This stone ..
(July 12, 2007)
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Turquoise As A Jewelry Gemstone

These magnificent stones are some of the most popular in the world. Though most stones used in jewelry have been treated to enhance their appearance and durability, this does not take away from their .
(July 12, 2007)
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Emerald As A Jewelry Gemstone

Emeralds are a green shade of beryllium aluminum Silicate. These stones are hard with well defined crystal features that, when polished and cut are known the worldwide for their brilliance and ..
(July 15, 2007)
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Lazurite As A Jewelry Gemstone

Lazurite is known by several different names in the gem world and is widely known as lapis lazuli or lapis or, in ancient times, blue rock. This stone should never be confused with lazulite valued as .
(July 15, 2007)
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Topaz As A Jewelry Gemstone

Topaz has a wealth of ancient history and folklore attached to it and can be found on the market in a variety of colors. The stone can be found in such diverse locations as Russia, Brazil, Central ..
(July 16, 2007)
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Tourmaline As A Jewelry Gemstone

Sparkling colors combined with a diamond-like brilliance makes tourmaline a very popular gemstone. They can be cut in a variety of facets and shapes and look truly unique. Green stones called ..
(July 15, 2007)
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Zircon As A Jewelry Gemstone

This beautiful gemstone was once considered an economical, yet strikingly beautiful substitute for diamond and occurs naturally in yellows, browns, greens and can also be colorless. The color is ..
(July 15, 2007)
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Amethyst As A Jewelry Gemstone

The Amethyst is a form of quartz. This beautiful gemstone comes in several colors with the purple version of this gemstone regarded as the most popular and also the most valuable. The gemstone ..
(July 15, 2007)
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Cutting And Polishing Diamonds

Precious stones are cut and polished to develop the beauties which are latent in them. The diamond in its natural found state is not spectacular. The diamond in a natural state is merely a luminous ..
(February 22, 2007)
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Desirable Qualities In Diamonds

Precious stones in general are rare and a perfect one is rarely ever found. Gems for the most part are at a safe stock. The public is beginning to realize and want to understand the finer qualities ..
(February 22, 2007)
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Diamond Damage And Repair

Repairing and recutting a diamond does not happen often, but it does to diamonds that have been damaged or those that were not well made when originally cut. It is not too often that a jeweler needs ..
(February 22, 2007)
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Diamond Grading For Jewelry

Those who are unfamiliar with this part of the business may use descriptions of the grades. The list begins with the higher grades and proceeds down the line to the lesser of value. Rivers. Jagers. .
(February 22, 2007)
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Diamonds, For Investment Or Pleasure?

Most diamonds sold to the general public are known as slightly imperfect. Slightly imperfect diamonds are not easily spotted by the trained eye. The regular person would probably never even notice ..
(February 22, 2007)
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Diamonds, Value And Carbon Spot Imperfections

Diamonds almost always have defects and one of the main defects is carbon spots. Their influence upon diamond value has to be taken into account along with the influence of color. A stone may have ..
(February 22, 2007)
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Precious Minerals For Jewelry

With the exception of the pearl, which is a shellfish, precious stones are minerals that possess traits of personal adornment. Precious stones originate from the most awesome powers of nature. They ..
(February 22, 2007)
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Diamond Colors And How To Determine Them

Most transparent minerals have, when pure, no color. Diamonds, being transparent, are no exception to this rule. Color is due to the presence of relatively small amounts of foreign substances, ..
(February 22, 2007)
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