Wednesday, September 29, 2010

New Products Added: White Diamonds, Emerald Beads, Tourmaline Drops, and More

Beacab Gems Inc. (New York, USA) added more than 200 items to its online collection at http://beacab.com/. New Items include white diamond beads, emerald beads, tourmaline drops, aquamarine beads, and various colored stone jewelry necklaces in 14kt yellow and white gold. items that have been added vary in various shades of color as well as sizes that may be suitable for designers as well as jewelry enthusiasts.

"The collection of items that we have recently added to our website will stretch our company's range in the products that we offer to the global jewelry industry. Some of these items are from old mines that are now depleted of any gemstone material and are highly sought for by high-end designers and collectors." says Sumeet Chordia, Head of Operations.

Several of these items will be showcased on the company's homepage.


Emerald Beads


White Diamond Beads



Tourmaline Drops Beads



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Tuesday, September 21, 2010

How to Build Amazing Jewelry with Ruby Beads

Ruby is a gem variety of Corundum, Red in color and magnificent in attraction. The ruby beads jewelry gives a great impression on personality. If you think to create your own ruby beads jewelry then this article guides you to how to build amazing ruby beads jewerlry.

 
Have you ever made Jewelry with Ruby Beads? You may have seen different kinds of jewelry like handmade jewelry, gold, silver jewelry, metal, diamond jewelry, fashion jewelry, body jewelry, sterling silver and gemstone jewelry. But have you ever thought that how you can make your own jewelry using gemstone beads like semi precious beads and precious beads.

You can make beautiful earrings, necklaces, bracelets, rings, pendants and many more to gift your loved once. You can also wear on various occasions and daily life as well. Natural and genuine ruby beads are long lasting and look beautiful.

You can create a different jewelry piece, or two, to go with every outfit. Making ruby beads jewelry isn't difficult, and designing each piece can be a lot of fun. Here's how to make ruby beads jewelry.

Create your own design- Before threading a single bead, choose the best pattern and kind of beads you need. Create a beautiful design. If you don't have a beading board, use a small terry-cloth towel to keep the beads from rolling away. After laying out the pattern, make any final changes or adjustments.

Attach half of the jewelry clasp - Tie one half of the clasp onto the end of the beading thread. A regular double or triple knot will do. After tying the knot, put a small dot of glue or clear fingernail polish on the knot. Once the glue or nail polish has dried, use beading scissors or nail clippers to cut off the loose end as close to the knot as possible.

Thread the beads - Slide all of the ruby beads that you set out in a pattern as above onto the beading thread using the attached needle. Once all the beads are on the thread, hold the strand up with the clasp that is already attached at the bottom. Let the beads naturally fall against each other so there are no gaps between them.

Connect the other half of the buckle- This is the hardest part of making ruby beads jewelry. The thread must be pulled the knot tight and snug against the last bead to avoid any gaps. To do this, slide the clip to the thread and make a very loose knot at the base of the buckle. Put the bead knotting tool or a large pin through the center of the knot loose. Not tighten the knot carefully the work of the node to the heel so that the knotting tool or pin is comfortable against the last bead.


Ruby Faceted Beads - 471.15 Carats - 17 Lines



Ruby Faceted Beads - 567.90 Carats - 15 Lines



Lift the thread up and make sure that there are gaps. Pull the thread tight to the beads, but don't allow the knot to tighten again. Without releasing the tension on the wire through the beads, lay the thread down and start to tighten the knot while maintaining pin comfortable against the last bead. (This process is similar to tie a knot on a package with a finger to keep the knot tight. In this case, the pin is serving the same purpose as the finger on the package.) Continue pulling the thread until the knot is tight without gaps. Gently remove the pin or push the issue on the bead knotting tool. Place a small dot of glue or clear nail polish on the node. After the glue or nail polish is dry, use scissors or nail clippers to cut the beading free end close to the knot as possible.

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