Gold vs Rose Gold vs White Gold

Gold vs Rose Gold vs White Gold

Gold. The yellow metal. The Incas called it “tears of the Sun”. Surely, the sun does not even eyes have but this gives a good idea about the origin of gold. Kings kept it in their treasures for centuries. Even today central banks hold gold reserves. Gold means jewelry all around the world. It goes…

Birthstones: Names and Colors

Birthstones: Names and Colors

Everyone has a birthday, and a birthstone associated to that very month! That is your birthstone not any ordinary stone, a special one. Here you will find all the names and colors of birthstones. It’s believed that your birthstone will have positive effects such as enhancing your strong traits and lowering your weak aspects. There…

Silver: A Shine for the Ages

Silver: A Shine for the Ages

For ages, the shine of silver made eyes shine too. With its lustrous color, through history silver has been used in many forms such as money, as tools and as jewelry by many civilizations. Silver has been molded as a coin in the Roman Empire, took the form of a fork by the Mayas and…

What is Silver Bullion?

What is Silver Bullion?

Silver bullion is the general term used for silver bars, coin, and rounds. These bullion products are minted to satisfy silver investment and gift demand worldwide.   Silver Bars Silver bars are produced in various weights, sizes and purities. Silver bars can easily be carried and stored in a private safe box. Most common weights…

Silverware: What You Should Know Before Buying Anything

Silverware: What You Should Know Before Buying Anything

Silverware generally denotes household silver like cutlery, candlesticks, and tableware. At times, it is also a slang term to describe sports ornaments and/or trophy collection that are made of silver. In fact, the term silverware is loosely used these days to dub collections of things made of silver. Sterling or standard silver is what silverware…

Silver: The Beginner’s Guide 2019

Silver: The Beginner’s Guide 2019

Silver is an element with atomic number 47 and symbol in chemistry is Ag, coming from the Latin word “Argentum”. But silver is no ordinary metal: it has distinct characteristics and a long history of monetary use mainly as coins, so much that the word silver is used in many languages as “money” for example…