Intercept Jewelry Care Blog
Tarnish & Corrosion - A Historical Flashback
Historical Flashback - 1795 Boston Time Capsule Opened
We go through life collecting memories, of times of people, sometimes all it takes is a part of a song, or the sight of some long forgotten trinket to allow memories to come cascading back into our conscience minds. Times capsules are nothing new, but what they do give us is a glimpse of a time gone by, insight into what the people who so tenderly put away their memorabilia considered important or worthy of being saved for later generations. We do not have them here to let us know why they saved particular items, but we are allowed new insights.
Understanding Tarnish and Keeping Your Silver Jewelry Shiny
Over the years, the popularity and value of silver jewelry has risen greatly. Silver is a precious, versatile metal that has a soft luster, making it a great addition to any wardrobe. However, silver is also fragile in comparison to other metals and can quickly develop tarnish. As a person who owns some silver jewelry that is valuable, sentimental or both, you may be wondering what the best methods for keeping your items shiny and untarnished are. Here are some useful tips and information to that end.
Caring for Silver with Specially-Designed Storage Bags
Once you’ve invested in or been given quality jewelry, you’ll want to do your best to keep your prized accessories looking great. The use of silver storage bags is one of the most effective ways to care for your treasured pieces. These affordable containers can help you to preserve and protect your silver necklaces, bracelets, rings, heirloom pieces and other accessories for years to come, and keep them all looking just as beautiful after decades of service as they were the day you got them.