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Sometimes one "simple" finding can be used to make an entire collection of related items, making it possible for you to design multiple pieces of jewelry with complimentary designs.
This can be very helpful, for example, when you need to design an ensemble of bridal jewelry that will match what you make for the bride without outshining her, or if you want to design matching sets or earrings, necklaces, and bracelets. Or - even just to simplify your designing efforts.
Here is an example of a simple small Guyot filigree item from which we were able to make a variety of pieces. How many ways can you use these findings?
If you would like samples and prices of any of the above items (manufacturers and volume users only, please), send an email to email@example.com and we will send them right away. Please include your name and address with your email. Thank you.
Jewelry Fun fact: Did you know that one of the world's largest emeralds weighs 2,680 carats and can be found in the History of Art Museum in Vienna? More information on emeralds can be found here.
PS: As always we appreciate your feed back and wish to thank one of our subscribers for letting us know about the difficulty many experienced determining the sizes of the findings we were showing. We added an inches scale here for reference and hope you find it useful.
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