provides all useful topics such as gemstone jewelry, diamonds, costume jewelry, pearls, charm jewelry, silver, wedding jewelry.
Since 2003

Archive for October 3rd, 2013

Buying and Selling Wholesale Jewelry

Thursday, October 3rd, 2013

Buying wholesale fashion jewelry can create a good source of income if you have good strategies for marketing your jewelry as well as good sources for jewelry wholesalers.

Before you choose a wholesaler make sure they have a good reputation by checking out any information about them at the Better Business Bureau website. You should also try to look at some of their jewelry before you buy by requesting samples or asking where you can find their jewelry being sold locally. You should also consider price when looking for a wholesaler and find the best products at the lowest price.

After you have found a wholesaler that has good products you must then find good places to sell your jewelry. It is important to understand the needs of local shops, galleries, online auction sites, and other retailers so you can choose the best way to sell your jewelry.

You can also sell your jewelry yourself locally at flea markets and swap meets or you can sell wholesale jewelry online with your own website or on popular auction websites such as eBay. If you sell your jewelry yourself make sure you research the market where you will be selling to make sure the cute wholesale silver bracelets you love will be popular enough to sell. You should base your wholesale purchases on what is popular and a good rice so you can have the most success selling.

At D’s Keepsakes Wholesale Fashion Jewelry will bring you the latest trends in fashion jewelry at truly affordable prices. They have been in the jewelry and gift business since 1986. It’s this experience, combined with their buying power, which allows them to offer you this quality collection of fashion bracelets, necklaces and earrings at the lowest prices possible. Some of the unique lines they carry include their large selection of Swarovski crystal jewelry, designer look jewelry, and their extensive line of Christian jewelry and theme bracelets. They have one of the largest selections of inspirational jewelry.

If you are a retailer interested in buying wholesale fashion jewelry, they have set low minimums to allow small retailers to buy a good overall selection. You can visit at to get more information.

The Cheapest Diamond In The World

Thursday, October 3rd, 2013

Surprisingly, man-made diamonds are as real as the ‘real’ diamonds from a mine. The only difference is that man-made diamonds are made in a factory using the latest technology to compress carbon at a high pressure. As for the real diamonds from the mine, the diamonds are created using the natural process of compression, but it takes millions of years to achieve the same result.

As such, you can get the cheapest diamond in the world if you buy the synthetic diamonds, which is just the same as the real diamonds that cost you a fortune to get but a carat of it. The best part is the man-made diamonds are very much the same as the real diamonds. It is difficult to tell them apart for a common person. Only an expert can separate the real from the fake, but overall it looks just the same and sparkles just the same. Therefore, there is no difference if you are going to buy a man-made diamond ring for your wedding or engagement because, basically, they are the same except the time involved to produce each of them.

There is an increase in man-made diamond production, as there are more and more people looking to own diamonds without having to pay a hefty price. So the Demand for man-made diamond is on the rise. As long as the diamonds are real, they are excellent. Who says it must be originally from a mine, as not only do they cost a fortune but the man-made diamonds are exactly the same. However, if you are looking for real diamonds at a cheaper price, you look for real diamonds with round cut. It is the most popular shape of diamonds used for making bracelets, rings and earrings. Besides, since there are so many round diamonds compared to other shapes of diamonds, it stands to reason that this type would be slightly cheaper.

When it comes to choosing the cheapest diamonds, you must learn the 4C’s rule. The 4C’s are carat, clarity, colour and cut. Carat is a measurement of the diamond’s weight. The more carats mean the diamond is heavier and naturally more expensive. The number of inclusions available determines clarity. The fewer inclusions the more value it would be. Colour plays an important role as well in the pricing because if the colour were rare then the diamond would be very valuable. As for the cut, different cuts have different values.