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  1. Wow! 3 years already! On 27th July 2014 I tweeted Theo Paphitis at #SBS (Small Business Sunday) about my business and was lucky enough to be chosen for a retweet to his 500K followers. What a boost for your business!!

    If you have a small business and would like a big boost don't forget to send @Theo Paphitis #SBS a tweet about your business each Sunday between 5-7.30pm. Theo chooses 6 small businesses and gives them a retweet to his (now he has) 504K followers! 

    Read all about it in this article

    #sbs offical winners badge round

  2. I was going to do some gardening today but the weather put paid to that with grey skies and rain for most of the day so  I went into the studio to make bangles and boy did I make some :) The photo shows the bangles, which are sterling silver, being lightly hammered to give them some texture and shine. Tomorrow I'll add a tree of life or a starfish charm to each one (which will be soldered, so no more lost charms) and polished ready for sale.

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    These are what the bangles will look like when they are finished...

    2mm silver bangle treeof life charm (2) copy                     2mm silver bangle starfish (1) copy

  3. We've just started to add these little Town Talk Silver Storage Strips to your order to keep your fine silver items shining bright.

    town talk strips

     

     

    Over time any sterling silver jewellery exposed to air will tarnish. Sterling silver is 92.5% silver and 7.5% other metals. It’s the other metals, primarily copper, that make sterling silver tarnish. The copper reacts to moisture and sulfur in the air, causing the sterling silver tarnish. Silver tarnishes faster in areas with high humidity and air pollution. Chemicals like hairspray, perfume, deodorant, body lotion, bleach, etc., can speed up the tarnishing process.

     

    • The best way to prevent tarnishing is to store clean, dry sterling silver in a dry airtight container, like a Ziploc bag, airtight container etc.

     

    • An anti-tarnish strip with the silver jewellery in a Ziploc bag or airtight container helps to absorb tarnish-causing elements.

     

    The Strips absorb atmosperic pollutants which can cause the silver to become oxidised and can help silver to retain its bright colour over time. To ensure best results replace the Strips as often as possible.

     

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