What is the difference between fine jewelry and costume jewelry?

What is the difference between fine jewelry and costume jewelry?
Asked Mar 03, 2017
There is some difference in between fine jewelry and costume jewelry. But technically costume jewelry is basically jewelry made of silver, cubic zirconia, simulated diamonds, semi-precious stones etc. And fine jewelry, on the other hand, is nothing but an imitation jewelry made using cheap metal like brass, zinc, alloy etc. When I searched I found a good online shop (fashiononelink.com) for jewelry. Really they are providing latest jewelry at affordable price.
There is a lot difference between a fine jewelry and costume jewelry, if we talk about just fashion jewelry then it is constructed with plated metal. There is only a thin coat of metal over another that is less expensive metal is used. Brass is a base metal often used for this purpose. Some costume pieces have no precious metal at all and they are painted over a less expensive metal to resemble gold, silver, or platinum. On the other hand fine jewelry is all made with natural and real diamonds or gold which is why it is considered to be fine. Many manufactured stones are not in the category of fine jewelry because they are not genuine diamonds. Some of these synthetic stones include briolette, cubic zirconium, Dominique, glass, moissanite, plastic, quartz, rhinestone, and strontium titanate. Diamonds consist of pure carbon. So any jewelry which is made of diamond or gold is considered to be a fine one. And jewelry which is made from some other metal is fashion or costume jewelry.

One can find and order any of these jewelries online and also get it customized from Vogue Crafts & Design Pvt. Ltd(voguecrafts.com) which is a leading precious jewelry, sterling silver jewelry and high end fashion jewelry manufacturer and exporter in India.
Answered Mar 03, 2017
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Answered May 08, 2017
In simple word, fine jewellery is the designed jewellery followed on specific art such as art nouveau. Which are mainly popular between 1910 to 1920. And costume jewellery is a personalised designed jewellery followed on user's specific demands in affordable cost. With developing Jewellery industry many online stores are evolving with a successful background in shopping jewellery.
Answered May 10, 2017

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Answered Jun 12, 2017
The difference between fine jewelry and costume jewelry is the quality of the metal used in the jewelry and the authenticity of the stones set into the pieces. Fine jewelry is made with the valuable metal such as gold, sterling silver and platinum and is set with natural, precious gemstones. And costume jewelry can be made of any material—including plastic. Often the pieces are highly stylized and fashionable. Many costume pieces, are quite artful and attractive and command high prices. I like fine jewelry and last time I bought one mens silver bracelet from the top-rated jewelry wholesaler "Jewelry 1000". Thanks.
Answered Jul 11, 2017
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Answered Nov 15, 2017
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Answered 9 days ago
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Answered 7 days ago
The best place to buy Fashion and Fine Jewelry online is at Faypark (), where has a truly massive selections at amazing low prices. And I paid by Paypal last time, so they can be trusted. here's the link http://bit.ly/2OCa6JO
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