November 6, 2009, Newsletter Issue #173: Italian Charm Bracelet Care

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Caring for your Italian charms can vary based on the materials that they are made of. Most Italian charms are made of stainless steel, but some higher end manufacturers create links out of gold. There are also gold-plated links and charms with embellishments like jewels and gold pieces.

The best way to store your Italian charm bracelet is to link the charms together in a bracelet fashion (even the ones you don't want to currently wear - create a seperate bracelet of these) and keep them in a jewelry box or pouch alone, not touching other jewelry. That way, your Italian charms will not get scratched or scratch other jewelry you own.

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