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Sunday, 09 July 2017

NEW MATERIALS FOR INNOVATIVE AND GREEN JEWELLERY

NEW MATERIALS FOR INNOVATIVE AND GREEN JEWELLERY

This is the case, for example, of aluminium, a material that is hard to imagine on display in the windows of famous jeweller's. However, this highly resistant material holds enormous surprises in terms of its malleability, which allows it to be used to create innovative and complex items with elegant designs. Jewellery made of light titanium is also extraordinary and, despite being hard to work because of  its extremely high fusion, its incredible lightness has led it to become one of the most loved “alternative” materials. It requires expert hands and outstanding professionalism but the results are worth it. Copper, with its contrasts that produce incredible jewellery, is also a favourite among the latest generation of high jewellers. Lastly, crystal, whose use in the gold and jewellery field has been consolidated for some time now due to its lightness and transparency. This mineral, characterized by a geometrically regular and infinitely repeated structure, is now being used as a base on which to mount precious stones.

Besides platinum, gold and silver, jewellers have a multitude of materials, some of which still to be experimented, with which to give free rein to creativity and innovation with a preference for re-usage and recycling in order to satisfy younger and more evolved customers who pay close attention to eco-sustainability issues. Innovative and green jewellery.

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