jewelry. Tuesday , August 15th , 2017 - 12:44:29 PM
As the name suggests, classic lobster claw clasps are shaped like the claws of a lobster, but you can find them in a host of other shapes. As you can see in the image above, a lobster claw clasp has a lever, and you must press the lever down to open the clasp. It incorporates a spring mechanism, and the action of the spring keeps the clasp from opening when the lever is held up. Lobster claw clasps are quite easy to operate with one hand, and these clasps are commonly used in necklaces, bracelets. They are generally more expensive than the more simple clasps. One of the most secure clasps out there, lobster claw clasps are strong enough for the heaviest of necklaces and secure enough for bracelets.
This Chai symbol is simply the Hebrew word Chai (literally meaning living), with the two Hebrew letters Chet and Yod attached to each other. The word refers to the Living G-d. Judaism is very focused on life, and the word Chai has great significance. There have been various mystical numerological speculations about the fact that according to the gematrian system, the letters of Chai add up to 18.
Ever heard about handmade jewelry? This is a great option as it goes easy on the pocket and you can create stunning pieces of jewelry by exercising your mind! This can also make for a very stylish and personalized gift.
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