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Cz jewelry also known as cubic zirconia jewelry, continuously populate our jewelry market as one of the most prominent diamond alternatives. Cubic zirconia is a hard, relatively inexpensive stone created in laboratories and often cut to resemble a diamond. It is a synthetic gemstone used in jewelry as an imitation diamond. Cut with the same brilliance, weighing 80% heavier, does not have the strength properties of a diamond.
Cubic zirconia is the most successful simulated diamond. Properties such as refraction, hardness, and specific gravity are remarkably similar to diamonds. Cz jewelry is very hard to distinguish from diamond jewelry; sometimes a jeweler’s loop will be needed to see the difference. However, it can be readily distinguished by a diamond tester which measures thermal inertia.
Care for your cz jewelry is the same as if it were diamonds. If it has been a while and you have quite a build-up, take your cz jewelry to have it steam cleaned and your cz jewelry will look as new as the day you bought it. Special care should be taken when buying jewelry, so take your time and investigate the different buying venues, and take detailed notes about the items that you are shown. Thus you'll find quality, value and will make the wisest buying decision.
A trusted cz jewelry company’s collection must feature only the highest grade cubic zirconia in the industry. It has to offer everything in cubic zirconia from unique line of antique jewelry styles to traditional cz jewelry, cz rings, cz earrings, pendants, and bracelets. It should provide elegant cz jewelry to the world at low, discounted prices. Everyone can afford to look like a million dollars with cz jewelry. A customer needs a large collection of cz jewelry pieces including: earrings, pendants, bracelets, necklaces, rings and more. There must be great prices as well, because this matter is a one of the reasons to buy. If you desire your style, look online and buy your cz jewelry. It will put a smile on your face.
Cubic Zirconia is used to simulate a diamond and the composition ZrO2 is not a natural occurring chemical structure. It has hardness of about 8.5, and a specific gravity between 5.65 - 5.95 (gm/cm3). Many diamond imitations have appeared over the years, with the most common today being the ubiquitous cubic zirconia. They have the look and feel of genuine diamonds at less than a fraction of the cost.
Cubic Zirconia is very inexpensive and has a dispersion slightly greater than diamond, and this produces an abundance of color play. It is available in a variety of colors. Be sure to periodically inspect your cz jewelry for wear. Normal use of cubic zirconia rings will eventually cause settings to loosen and wear down the tips of prongs, causing cz stone(s) to fall out.
Beautiful Cz jewelry features accents and trends of the season
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