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Whether it’s your wedding ring or a necklace that’s languished in your jewellery box for years, over time all precious metals and gemstones lose their sparkle.

Dirt, grease from your skin and household dust can clog fittings.

One of the most overlooked items that does require more then just an annual sparkle is your wedding ring. Think about it. This is one piece that is with you virtually all of the time, and partakes in almost every activity that you do. Your ring has been subjected to such a wide variety of places and products. There is a pretty good chance that it has also been exposed to not only a batch or two of Christmas cookies, but garden dirt, hand soap, lotion, every cleaning chemical in your home and perhaps even last night’s hands-on glitter glue craft project.

In general, we recommend a professional cleaning of your ring every six months. However, don’t let that stop you from bringing it in more often! The before and after sparkle difference will leave you impressed enough to consider making it a routine habit.

Azadi Jewelry fundraising event

We would like to thank everyone that came to the fundraising event for Prostate Cancer Research. We had an amazing gathering. We know that our donation will support many people and families who have been affected by Prostate Cancer. From everybody at Azadi Jewelry we would like to thank Rocco Rossi for allowing us to be part of this journey to help treat Prostate Cancer. We would also like to thank the president of prostate cancer research that made an amazing speech bringing awareness to the importance of getting tested and pushing your loved ones to do the same.

Prostate cancer

It’s important to stay up to date on the latest news on cancer because it affects everyone and anyone. Prostate cancer starts when the cells in the prostate gland begin to grow frantically. This is only found in males and is found in the fluid that is part of the semen.   The prostate is found below the rectum and changes in size as men age. Young men have it about the size of a walnut, while older men can have it much larger. Most prostate cancers are Adenocarcinomas and grow from the gland cells. There are several types of cancers that include Small cell carcinomas, Neuroendocrine tumors, Sarcomas, and Transitional cell carcinomas. Most prostate cancers grow slowly but can spread quickly. Usually older men can die without ever knowing they had prostate cancer. As to risk factors that can affect a man from getting prostate cancer, researchers have found the following: Age is one of them and can usually affect men after the age of 50.

Make a difference and get involved

Fundraise events are inspirational and enriching ways to save lives. Volunteers, supporters staff and donors any individual can help make a difference every day. Volunteer, donate, or fundraise, there are many ways to get involved and support the mission to be cancer free. From Plan a Gift and help those who have been affected by cancer now and later. Shop to save lives and you can help free the world from cancer when you shop online. Celebrate a loved one and donate in honor of a loved one and help save the life of others. Be an advocate and use your voice to form lasting legislative change.

There are various ways you can support the fight to be cancer free. Here are some programs and events to help the community:

  • Making strides against breast cancer
  • Relay for life
  • Determination
  • The society in second life
  • Volunteer opportunities for organizations

Shape is truly an important factor when buying a diamond. The contours and outlines of a diamond’s shape play a major role in its unique beauty. With so many shapes to choose from, it is essential to have a diamond buying guide chart.

When searching for the perfect diamond shape that meets your specific preferences and budget, there are a few diamond proportions and terms to understand.

Diamond proportions refer to the stone’s dimensions and facet angles, as well as the relationship between them, according to the EGL USA Gemological Laboratory.