Are you a fan of vintage jewelry? Give yourself a ceramic ring if you want your hand to be adorned with a jewel both beautiful and vintage.
Jewelry designers constantly research and innovate to always satisfy their customers.
Ceramic jewelry is currently one of the latest trends in the jewelry market. They are everywhere and exist in all forms. Are you looking for a nice ceramic ring? Here is an article to help you better know this type of vintage jewelry before buying and wearing.
What is a ceramic jewel?
A necklace, a bracelet, earrings or a ceramic ring is made (e) through the transformation of clay and plastic whole earth. Much more than fancy jewelery, pieces made from this element are real works of art, especially since ceramics in itself is a manual art, which has already been used since the prehistoric era .
The principle of manufacturing a ceramic object is to determine first the desired shapes, once the clay has been modeled by firing. Three steps are required in order to get better rendering.
It is basically washing, kneading the earth and shaping it in the mold or by hand. Thanks to the evolution of technologies, necklace, bracelet, earrings and ceramic ring are today shaped by laser and mechanical calibration.
The highlights of ceramic jewelry
Thanks to the system of cooking of the clay which composes them, the ceramic jewels are stainless. As a result, they are more resistant than other materials and can therefore be stored longer.
You do not risk jewelry with scratches or colors that fade and tarnish over time. This is always the case even if you wear and never remove your ceramic ring, whatever you do during the day: laundry, DIY, gardening, etc.
Thanks to its softness, the ceramic is pleasantly smooth to the touch. Hypoallergenic, it adapts to body temperature and is therefore suitable for all skin types. Unlike metal-based jewelry, you have no risk of allergies by wearing ceramics.
Find here information about allergic reactions to metals for more information.
How to maintain ceramic jewelry?
When you are not wearing your bracelet, earrings, necklace or ceramic ring, put them in their jewel cases or a small jewel box. Otherwise, to clean them, wipe them carefully with a damp cloth and dry them, use a dry, clean, soft, lint-free cloth.
Since ceramic is a very strong material, it is able to withstand all sorts of stain removers. For example, you can use a mixture of water and bleach to remove stains.
White vinegar, methyl alcohol and sodium bicarbonate are also effective solutions for cleaning ceramic jewelry. However, care must be taken because colored ceramic parts are less resistant than those made of white ceramic.
Where to buy a ceramic ring?
Convinced that these vintage jewels are made for you, do you plan to offer yourself a ceramic ring, a necklace, a bracelet or earrings? Do not hesitate to visit the INTERNETAGES for vintage ceramic rings.
A wide choice of models and colors will be proposed, know also that you can place orders to obtain unique and personalized models.
Internet is also the ideal place to get beautiful original jewelry, personalized or not. In addition, you do not have to travel because catalogs are already available online, you can order and most jewelry sales sites offer a delivery service.
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