There are many factors that must be considered in order to truly appreciate and to attribute the right value of a jewel.
The first thing we can think of is the materials with which a jewel is made: gold, diamonds and precious gems certainly determine its economic value. Another element that allow us to appreciate a jewel is definitely its design. Design is important because in a jewel we identify ourselves, a jewel represents us, it talks about us: it is our business card that distinguishes our personality. But a jewel, beyond its design, its economic value, … and beyond its emotional value, it's much more!
We have to realize that jewelry is an art form.
A jewel is a small sculpture, ... is the personality of a person translated into an idea that takes shape.
I invite you to focus on the creative aspect of the jewelry, and to think at the artist who creates the jewels, and on what his work consists of. The Craftsman is a great artist who transforms a flat design into a finished work of art. Additionally, a "true" artist manages to create a jewel enhancing its value independently of the materials he uses, which they can be more or less expensive.
So, in order to appreciate a jewel is extremely essential to analyze its technical aspect. Obviously a jewel tells us many things already through its appearance, but if we try to look at its backstage we will appreciate even more its value as we could see how complex is its construction!
Creating jewelry is a difficult process where creativity and skills are fundamental elements: a jewel is the result of a meticulous work fueled by passion, experience, testing, sudden insights. All these aspects requires hours of practice and patience to allow the artist to decipher a marvel of creativity and talent.
And if we say that a jewel is an art piece, as such must be. It should be observed closely and critically. It is very important to really look at how it is made and you should take time to appreciate every curve and fine details to realize what jewelry is all about. A jewel is made of fine details, and are precisely these elements that constitute its value.
Design, materials, combinations of color, quality of the gems, construction methodology, quality of workmanship, finishing, … there are many factors that affect the final result!
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