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Au Poirier Jewellery Ottawa

There is no guarantee that you will stay out of the doghouse, but Aurele can help to reduce the sentence for good behaviour. When it comes to jewelry, both men and woman use it as adornment, as a status symbol or as an expression of feelings. It is a part of our everyday life and each piece speaks volumes about the person. Personal ornaments such as necklaces, rings and bracelets can be manufactured from precious metals like silver and gold, and accented with gems or other precious stones. And there are no limitations on which part of the body that they are worn on.

Necklaces are the most beautiful way to accent your neck and draw attention up to your face. Manufactured from precious metal or fashion jewellery, necklaces have always been a symbol of elegance and refinement. Can you imagine Cleopatra without a necklace? I think not! From pendants to pearls to a simple chain, there are no limits for setting off the beauty of the line of your neck.

Rings have been used for centuries as a symbol of power, wealth, love or membership. The most obvious use of rings are as a symbol of the bond of love and commitment between two people. Factors affecting the choice of materials include cultural differences and the availability of the materials.

Jewellery may be appreciated because of its material properties, its patterns, or for meaningful symbols. Jewellery differs from other items of personal adornment in that it has no other purpose than to look appealing. Which leads us back to the doghouse. If you want to be released on good behaviour then you had better learn to trust your jeweler. He can be reached at aurele@aupoirier.com or call him 613-764-2100 and get your walking papers today.


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