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Original Article by TechSling Weblog: Key Takeaways: The concept of chain pendants dates back to ancient civilizations like Egypt. Chain pendants have evolved from simple symbols to intricate pieces of art. Chain pendants hold significant symbolism a...

Suzy Menkes, a former Vogue editor who was awarded an Order of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth in 2005, has fallen into the timeless trap of pitting two powerful women against each other over something very fucking stupid. Specifically, she ess...

Original Article by TechSling Weblog: One of UK’s leading watch retailers Local Kettle Brothers UK stated that the luxury watch market is booming, and timepieces from brands such as Rolex and Audemars Piguet are in demand more than ever. The post L...

Jewelry can be sentimental and it can be expensive—two reasons why grimy, dirty jewelry is a particularly annoying bummer. You want your rocks, baubles, bangles, chains, and bling to be gleaming, especially when you care deeply about it or forked o...

With fitness watches becoming more popular over the years, training by heart rate has gotten even more accessible—you can just glance down at your Garmin, Fitbit, Apple Watch, or whatever expensive gadget you wear on your wrist to find out how your...

If you’ve got one, it’s probably your most expensive piece of jewelry: That gleaming stone that says “I do” (or “I did”), that shimmering token of commitment you rarely take off, that bijou that cost some major coin—your engagement rin...

Diamond expert Thelma West explained her route to success in the diamond industry, detailing the struggles she faced as a Black creative.