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March Birthstone Antique-Inspired Jewelry by Ji Hwang
About March Birthstone Antique-Inspired Jewelry by Ji Hwang
At Gemvara, we believe that the march birthstone antique-inspired jewelry you wear should be precious because it's personal. Every beautiful Gemvara design is made just for you, in your choice of gems and precious metals. Your child's birthstone in sterling silver. Your favorite gem in palladium. Add your own meaning to every design, creating beautiful memories and brilliant reminders. It's jewelry for all life's occasions, from an engagement or graduation to your own personal milestones and celebrations. Gemvara uses only the highest quality materials to craft your march birthstone antique-inspired jewelry with meticulous attention to detail. Our precious metals are recycled or responsibly mined. Our wide selection of march birthstone antique-inspired jewelry by Gary Stucchi, Gemvara Essentials, Bijoux & Bijoux, and other talented designers means you can find jewelry that's just your style. Love the look of antiques but have a love for the sparkle of modern gems? Our antique inspired styles have the delicacy and craftsmanship of the past but are made to fit you perfectly with the gem of your choice. March's birthstone is aquamarine, which has a pale beauty that will add elegance to your look. Clean your march birthstone antique-inspired jewelry with mild dish soap: use a soft brush where dust collects. Gemvara's fine quality march birthstone antique-inspired jewelry is designed to be passed down for generations to come, crafted by hand in the United States.
Ji Hwang designs jewelry with a fluid graceful line, like strokes of a painter's brush. Her pieces are often inspired by the natural world, abstracted into modern sculpture. Her work reveals nature's subtle aesthetic, capturing the beauty of its form, the simplicity of its design, and the vitality of its colors without embellishment. She often finds that by simplifying, she often can best reflect the essence of nature. A classically trained jewelry artist educated at Parsons School of Design and Pratt Institute in New York City, Ji's work is instantly recognizable to jewelry connoisseurs.
With a little care, your fine jewelry will keep its good looks forever. The best way to clean your jewelry is by soaking it in a bowl of warm water with a few drops of ordinary dish detergent. If needed, use a soft brush where dust and soap can collect. Then just rinse and pat dry with a soft cloth.
You won't have to clean your jewelry as often if you put it on after applying hairspray, perfume, and cosmetics. Be sure to remove your jewelry before strenuous activities like sports. Keep jewelry away from chlorine and other household chemicals. Always make sure it is dry and clean by wiping with a cloth before putting it away.
To protect the beauty of your jewelry, don't keep it in a tangle in a jewelry box. Remember, gems can scratch metal or each other. When you travel, make sure your jewelry pieces don't rub against each other in your bag. Store each piece separately or wrap each one in tissue paper or a soft cloth.
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