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Should You Buy Artificial Jewellery or a Silver One

“All the glitters is not gold” - A quite common saying, right? But, still, the glitters appear so inviting at times and shine more than the gold itself. You get oodles of it for your penny so ditching the real doesn’t hurt so much.

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Should You Buy Artificial Jewellery or a Silver One

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  1. Should You Buy Artificial  Jewellery or a Silver One? Read  This Before You Checkout    “All the glitters is not gold” - A quite common saying, right? But, still, the                 glitters appear so inviting at times and shine more than the gold itself. You             get oodles of it for your penny so ditching the real doesn’t hurt so much.                 Soon, as the clock ticks, the shine starts to fade, glitters lose its charm, and               you are left with the memories of that penny that should have been               investing in the gold.    A woman can never have enough of jewellery. Being a fashion aficionado,               it’s my second nature to check out my wardrobe for a fine piece of             jewellery every time I am going to a party or attending a wedding. I believe                 ‘random’ shouldn’t be the word when you ​buy jewellery online​. Selecting           and finalizing anything that completes you is an art. Any piece you choose         should be forever and artistic.    Even after considering all the recent hype about artificial jewellery, I           personally don’t think that it is a good, long-term investment. Thumbs up               to its affordability, however, I have seen high-quality silver jewellery going             as cheaper as artificial ones.                                                                                                                                                                               

  2.       For instance, I bought an imitation alloy ring for ₹750 in gold polish and CZ             embellishment. I would be honest with you here. The sheen and allure of           the ring startled me as soon as I opened the box. It was shinier than my                 gold engagement ring. I thought it will come in handy for party occasions.             Then the close inspection took place. We girls just don’t stop at taking an           overlook when it comes to ornaments.    Well, zooming in was a bit frightening as I could see the scabrous surface             with some dots-like metal impurities on the top, scattered all over the         surface. Even the resplendence of gold polish wasn’t able to hide the           roughness of the metal. Moreover, the big, contemporary stones weren’t fit           properly. Overall, the piece was way outstripped of ‘perfection’.                                                                                                                                               

  3. A flux of dejection hit my insides. What if one of my friends likes the ring at               a party and ask me to give her a close look at it? What if they notice the                   glitches? They will assuredly make a point out of it. I had just wasted 750             of my precious bucks. I can’t wear it anywhere now, not when the noticing                 eyes are all around.    I brought and put next to it one of the silver rings I bought from Aretha a                   month ago. It was just ₹830. Not as flashy as this one. But quite a decent                 piece. So delicate and smooth that you can’t find a flaw. Fine           craftsmanship, beautifully fixed SZ, and such a shine that binds your soul         to it. It reflected royalty, perfection, and more than anything else - the             divine hint of elegance. The piece clearly wasn’t ‘occasion-bounded’. It was             made to enhance your grace wherever you go. And with 92.5% silver           purity, you can’t complain about the price. Just 100 bucks more and I got a             100-times better piece.    While ​buying silver rings online​, it is easy to get fooled. Hence, make sure               not to follow the flash and pay whatever is stated. Artificial jewellery is               mostly polished, not put together well and it often loses its shine after five           to six uses. Instead, aim for precious metals with gold and rhodium             ‘platings’ so you face compliments instead of criticism. Be wise and spend           your money on something that stays valuable after years.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

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