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Gold Jewelry

Gold is a rare and precious metal that is used in a wide variety of applications, but most notably, it is used to make jewelry and coins.

As fine jewelry, gold is used more than any other metals because of it's durability, lasting shine, and it's consummate, eye catching, beauty.

Gold's soft nature gives jewelers or craftsmen the ability to carve, melt, and or mold it into intricate designs and shapes, and objects.

It's high luster and brilliance makes it a perfect mate for diamonds, pearls, emeralds, rubies, aquamarine, ivory, garnet, opal, and most other precious gemstones.

Whether gemstones are mounted to it, or whether gold is used independently for rings, necklaces, bracelets, pendants, or other precious pieces of jewelry, gold makes a most fascinating object of delicate sophistication.

The brilliance of gold jewelry attracts, men, women, and children alike, who wear and cherish it with passion.

Gold has always stood out from other precious metals because of it's historic symbolism and it's overall value.

Gold jewelry dates back to man's earliest known existence and it has never lost it's appeal.

The ancient Egyptians, Africans, Romans, Native American Indians, Persians, Chinese, Europeans, and most other long societies relished gold and gold jewelry.

Even today, the amount of gold jewelry that is owned by an individual, or a family, still represents social status and wealth.

 

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