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Postby Luisa1 » Tue May 05, 2020 5:59 am

What is your favorite brand of jewelry? And what do you think about custom jewelry, is it worth buying?
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Re: jewelry prefereces

Postby Stevart54 » Mon May 18, 2020 11:11 am

Honestly, I don't have a favorite brand of jewelry. When I see something I like, I buy it, so for me, brand doest makes a difference. What about custom jewelry, I wouldn't say I like it. I prefer natural stones, especially diamonds. It's my favorite stone, and when I buy a new jewelry piece, I immediately grade that stone. Each of the four C's (Carat Weight, Cut, Color, Clarity) makes stone unique, and I want to have that certificate to be confident about its quality. I use gsi to do that, and on the site, you can find more info about grading procedure and why it's essential.
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Re: jewelry prefereces

Postby Claree11 » Wed May 20, 2020 1:38 am

I have nothing against custom jewelry if it has good quality. For me the brand doesn't really matter, only the quality is essential. That's why I prefer buying more expensive, but high-quality and stunning jewelry pieces. And my favorite is 1.5-carat diamond jewelry. From this site https://www.diamondregistry.com/1-5-carat-diamond/ I found out much useful info about that carat, it cuts, pricing, etc. It's a beneficial article for someone interested in a diamond of such a carat.
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Re: jewelry prefereces

Postby Vewowiuk » Thu Jun 04, 2020 7:19 am

Could a woman get a red garnet or ruby stone for her wedding ring instead of a diamond if this is her favorite colored stone, or is a diamond more traditional?
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Re: jewelry prefereces

Postby FREEDDAWG » Thu Jun 04, 2020 10:09 am

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Re: jewelry prefereces

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Coronavirus may have huge impact on property markets

Postby suthin » Mon Oct 19, 2020 3:44 am

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The saying "there is no place like home" is perhaps not so heart-warming a thought these days.

After all, most of us have been locked down in our house or apartment for a very long time.

The coronavirus pandemic will, however, do more than change the way we might feel about our homes. It has the potential to have a huge impact on property markets around the world.

It is fairly clear that with massive unemployment, wage cuts, business failures, and job uncertainty, many people are likely to be cautious about making the biggest investment of their lives - buying a home.

Normally that leads to falling house prices, and during the last recession and credit crunch that is what we saw in the UK, US and many other countries.
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Five ways the virus has changed Netflix

Postby suthin » Wed Oct 21, 2020 1:38 am

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Demand for online entertainment surged when the world went into lockdown earlier this year. But how is Netflix faring after that initial boost?
1. Growth is slowing - even more than Netflix had expected
According to its latest results, Netflix added just 2.2 million new subscribers in the three months to 30 September, as the surge of demand for its services prompted by the pandemic faded.

While it had warned that a slowdown was likely, the final figure came in below its July forecast of 2.5 million, sending the firm's shares down 5% in after-hours trade.

"The pandemic streaming party has come to an end," Paolo Pescatore, analyst at PP Foresight, declared.

Still, Netflix reminded investors that it's still on track for a record number of 34 million new subscribers in 2020 - or more than 200 million overall.
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