Friday, December 11, 2009

 Why Stainless Steel Jewelry works

During the holidays, many people travel. People worry about jewelry. You want to experience the world but you don't want your jewelry to wear out as you enjoy your activities outdoor.

For travelers / outdoorers / adventurers, "stainless steel" jewelry can be the best option for you. Here are the reasons why.

men's stainless steel earrings
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5 Reasons Why Stainless Steel Jewelry works best for Travelers / Outdoorers:

  1. Absolutely No tarnishing
  2. No discoloring (unlink usual jewelry made of composite alloys)
  3. Almost indestructible by just frequent usage
  4. Amazingly hypoallergenic
  5. Conveys a sense of masculinity / adventurer
These reasons make stainless steel jewelry very practical for anyone who love to be in style while traveling. Anyway, although stainless steel is one of the easiest metal to be taken care of, it is prone to scratch. So avoid scratching. You can read the simple ways to caring your stainless steel jewelry in this blog.

Or if you have a silver piece and would like to know how to take care of it, you can read this 5 ways to keep your silver tarnish free article.

in different shapes
in different color

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Whether you will spend your holidays outdoor or indoor, we wish you have a great time with yourself and with your good company.


Anonymous said...

Does anyone know here I can buy 16, 18, 20 gauge stainless steel for hand made jewelry. I live in PA and cannot find it anywhere.

Peg Reddy - jewelrybypandds@aol.com

Stainless Steel Jewelry said...

Two years ago the unimaginable happened. After a trip to the restroom, I emerged unaware that I had just lost the centerpiece of my bridal set – my solitaire. As I frantically searched the questionable floors of the public restroom, I cursed and threatened my luck. Of course, as I was cursing and threatening, I was also acutely aware that this was probably the universe’s way of giving me what I deserved.