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How to tell the difference between low-end and mid-end art deco jewellery

You must be curious about the differences between low-end and mid-to-high-end art deco jewelry, right? This blog post aims to help you quickly and easily understand.

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Art Deco Jewelry Materials

925 Silver > Copper > Stainless Steel > Alloy

Low-end

Mainly stainless steel, alloy, and copper, with low brightness, rough craftsmanship, prone to color fading, and even allergic reactions.

Mid-to-high-end art deco jewelry

925 silver art deco jewelry, gold plating, natural pearls, etc. Almost no color fading, also a substitute for pure gold jewelry.

Accessories

Mid-to-high-end

Better quality, high transparency, less prone to scratches, color fading, powder falling, and peeling.

Jewelry Buyer Low-end

Prone to color fading, low quality.

Gold Plating Thickness

Mid-to-high-end

Thicker gold plating, approximately 0.05mm or more, can be worn for about 3-5 years with proper care.

Low-end

Low gold content, and only a very thin layer of coating, prone to color fading, short color retention, and allergic reactions. Jewelry buyer need to pay attention it.

You get what you pay for. Everyone’s shopping consciousness is different. Some people think cheap, simple matching doesn’t care about quality, which is okay. There are also some people who think quality is more important, and they can accept the corresponding value for the price.

I hope this article can help you better understand the differences between low-end and mid-to-high-end jewelry, so you can choose the most suitable beautiful jewelry for yourself.

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