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Onyx Goldsmiths LTD

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It's that time of the week again, we hope you are all ready!

This week we take a look at clip on Earrings! Which were introduced in the 1930's but didn't rise to popularity until the 1950's. So much so that they could be found all around the world. Did you know you can get different types of clip on earrings? Such as Stick and Screw along with the most famous Ear cuff design, which all can be found at OnyxGoldsmiths. If you are interested in Clip on earrings pop into store today or contact us via http://www.onyxgoldsmiths.co.uk/.

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This week we take a look at clip on Earrings! Which were introduced in the 1930's but didn't rise to popularity until the 1950's. So much so that they could ...

Onyx Goldsmiths LTD

1 day 2 hours ago

✨Gem of the week✨
This weeks gem of the week is Tiger's Eye.🐅
Tiger's Eye is a chatoyant gemstone that is usually a metamorphic rock with a golden to red-brown colour and a silky lustre.

Fun facts:
-The name Tiger's eye comes from the Greek for "false form"Pseudomorphs (mineral or mineral compound) form when one mineral replaces another.
-Historians believe that Tiger's eye was worn as an ancient talisman.
- Also referred to as “all-seeing all-knowing eye,” to grant the wearer the ability to observe everything, even through closed doors!
-Tiger's Eye is a form of chalcedony quartz. But it didn't start out as quartz. It began as the fibrous blue mineral called crocidolite, which is made up of iron and sodium. The crocidolite gradually transformed into quartz while maintaining its fibrous formations.

🐯Tiger's Eye is a perfect showstopper gemstone, due to it distinctive colours and well know eye image it is sure to be a conversation starter. To look at more of our outstanding Tiger's eye range pop in store today or have a look online at 🐯http://www.onyxgoldsmiths.co.uk/shop/?filtering=1&filter_gemstone=tigers-eye

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