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Graduating this year? 5 Reasons why you need a leaver’s hoodie

Leaving school marks a rite of passage that should never be forgotten. It is a transition from one chapter in your life to another and is an occasion that should not be allowed to pass without some keepsake or memorabilia to remind you of the times you have had and the friends you may be leaving behind.

Leavers hoodies are the perfect memento and here are five good reasons why you should not be without one:

1. During your time at school you will have made friends and created memories that you will want to carry with you forever. Hoodies enable you to do this with ease, as you can have them printed with all the names of your friends and classmates and even some of the images of your time at school. Whenever you wear your hoodie or see it in your wardrobe the memories will come flooding back.

2. Leavers hoodies are more than just pieces of memorabilia – they are badges that identify you as a member of an exclusive club. Whenever you see one like yours in the street you will know that you have seen a friend or an acquaintance who shared a part of their life with you. And, who knows, it might be an old friend you have not seen for while or have lost contact with?

3. are stylish. You should have at least one in your wardrobe so why not make it a leavers hoodie. That way you combine a wonderful keepsake with up-to-date fashion that you can wear just about anywhere. They are also warm and hardwearing and go with almost anything.

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Silver jewelry: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

The first silver jewelry was made about 6,000 years ago. Despite the long history, silver is not losing, but on the contrary, strengthens their position. Cutlery, smoking, bar and stationery, home furnishings, jewelry and other jewelry made of silver are in great demand all over the world.

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Silver - a precious metal in jewelry, it is traditionally made ​​way for the gold, but it was not always. Until the middle of the II millennium BC Silver was little and it was valued more than gold. So wear silver jewelry could only members of the ruling dynasties and priestly clans. Most of these were buttons, buckles, beads, and hand and leg bracelets, silver name necklaces. With the IV millennium BC jewelry made ​​of silver steel inlaid with precious and semiprecious stones.

Until the middle of the XVI century silverware were also very expensive and used primarily in the royal and temple decoration, and for coinage. In Italy during the late Renaissance manufacture decorated with precious stones and colored enamel pendants and other jewelry made of silver reached the heights of art.

The golden age was in the silver business XVIII-XIX century and is associated primarily with the name of Carl Faberge. With six hundred artists he produced for the Imperial Court of silver jewelry and gold jewelry, frames, sets, objects of worship and life. Borrowed from Byzantine filigree technique (scan), when silver is "pulled" into thin strands twisted and evolved into an intricate pattern, while was perfected. Masters made ​​silver jewelry were like with finest.

In the 1930, industrialization in America, having begun to use techniques of mass production, made of silver jewelry available middle class. Today, silver is considered to be the most democratic precious metal.

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