Aurora Borealis: The term "aurora borealis" is Latin and means "Northern Lights". Aurora borealis rhinestones are glass stones that have a special iridescent coating that shines with many colors (iridescent).
Named for the northern lights, is a term for crystal stones that have a highly iridescent surface.
(abbreviated AB) A name for faceted glass beads that have an added iridescent coating. Also, a multi-color-producing light coating on part of beads.
Crimp Bead ...
- (see AB effect)
Bail - Jewelry bail is a piece of finding used to hang a pendant to a chain. There are a variety of styles and sizes to choose from.
Aurora borealis a rhinestone that has a metallic finish to produce sparkling colorful reflections.
Lustering process using very small metallic particles.
Abalone is a mollusk whose shell is iridescent on the inside; abalone is a source of mother of pearl, which is used in jewelry making.
An iridescent rhinestone effect produced by a treatment with metals.
is a sparkling finish usually applied to crystal beads, but may also be found on some glass beads.
Aurora Borealis Bugle Bead or AB
An iridescent rainbow effect finish applied to the surface of the bugle bead
Ceylon Bugle Bead ...
Refers to iridescent, faceted glass beads.
Australian jade ...
Aurora Borealis: Aurora borealis means "northern lights". AB rhinestones have a special iridescent finish that shines with many colors.
(meaning "northern lights") rhinestones have a special iridescent finish that shines with many colors.
A Latin term that refers to the northern lights and denotes iridescence in costume jewelry. The term is most commonly used in reference to crystals, rhinestone, or synthetic stones that are iridescent.
Austrian crystals ...
: Means Northern Lights. AB rhinestones have a special finish that is iridescent. A thin layer of metallic atoms are deposited at the lower levels of the stone causes the stone to show several colors.
AB: See Aurora Borealis. Gem description taken from the aura seen around the North Pole called the ‘northern lights'.
AB stands for (which means "northern lights"). rhinestones have a special iridescent finish that shines with many colors.
Aurora Borealis - is a name for a particular type of rhinestone which has an iridescent finish which sparkles with a great variety of color.
A Brief Glossary of Jewelry Related Terms AbAB stands for (which means "northern lights"). rhinestones have a special iridescent finish that shines with many colors.
Jewelry Glossary AbAB stands for Aurora borealis (which means "northern lights"). AbaloneA deposit made from inside a seashell, also called mother-of-pearl. AcroiteAcroite is a rare, colorless variety of tourmaline.
Lisner pieces often have colorful rhinestones (including stones) and molded plastic stones. The Lisner pin above has delicate enamel work, an stone, and imitation pearls.
A rainbow-like iridescence reminiscent of the weather phenomenon called Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights.
Next break through was year 1956 when crystal got the colors and alluring crystal upshot was produced with the cooperation of French Designer Christian Dior. Later, year 1976 brought the famous silver crystal collection.
Colorful or clear prong-set rhinestones or cut crystal beads (sometimes with an aurora borealis finish) adorn most Sherman pieces; the metal is rhodium-plated or gold-plated. "Jewels of Elegance" by Sherman was written on some carded Sherman jewelry.
One way to work with labradorite in order to develop faith in your intuitive powers is to remember the Inuit legend. Labradorite's flash reminds you that for every small sense you may have received of your abilities, a dazzling waits ...
In mythology, it was said that Labradorite fell from the Aurora Borealis and was connected to ancient magical practices. Labradorite has been said to help provide clarity and insight and to attract success.
Each company became known for its specific look, whether it was simulated pearls, tailored gold, whimsical rhinestones, or timeless clear rhinestones. This was the height of costume jewelry in America.
In 1955, Swarovski and Christian Dior developed the iridescent aurora borealis stone. The company began a line of rhinestone costume jewelry in 1977. Since 1988, the Swarovski logo has been a swan (before 1988, the logo was an edelweiss flower).
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