Austin Jewelry Creations

In most cases next day Jewelry repair. Addressing all areas of Custom Designing Jewelry. Transforming your ideas into gold or silver. Watch batteries.

I do ring sizing. Handcut nameplates and anything drawn on paper. Replace lost diamonds/stones.Use your own gold for example a loved ones gold or silver item. You may want to transform it to a Wedding band. Gives more meaning to your bands. If you have scrap gold it can offset cost. you pay labor. Just a small example of services. Bring it in text me with a picture I'll respond with info or/and price Thank you

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due to renovations to the building AUSTIN JEWELRY CREATIONS is RELOCATING TO A NEW ADDRESS if you have any questions please call (512)630-4592

Austin Jewelry Creations updated their address. 10/21/2021

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Thousands of item to choose from. Just get the item number and give me a call. I'll get you a quote and can have any item shipped in or, hand made in as little as 2 days for most items. Prices will be second to none.

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Single asteroid worth £60 trillion if it was mined - as much as world earns in a year 02/17/2017

Single asteroid worth £60 trillion if it was mined - as much as world earns in a year

Single asteroid worth £60 trillion if it was mined – as much as world earns in a year

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Single asteroid worth £60 trillion if it was mined - as much as world earns in a year The finding comes in the wake of the founding of Planetary Resources, a venture backed by Avatar director James Cameron, which aims to mine asteroids for their wealth.

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12/06/2016

In the past 10 years, the highest spot price Gold sold for was $1,905.10 USD per troy ounce. The price of Gold hit this high on Sept. 5, 2011, at 12:30 p.m. (CT) current Gold Price Per Ounce $1,168.49 as of Dec 06, 2016 12:36 pm (ET)

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Where does all Earth's gold come from? Ultra high precision analyses of some of the oldest rock samples on Earth by researchers at the University of Bristol provides clear evidence that the planet's accessible reserves of precious metals are the result of a bombardment of meteorites more than 200 million years after Earth was formed.

The research is published in Nature.

During the formation of Earth, molten iron sank to its centre to make the core. This took with it the vast majority of the planet's precious metals -- such as gold and platinum. In fact, there are enough precious metals in the core to cover the entire surface of Earth with a four-meter thick layer.

The removal of gold to the core should leave the outer portion of Earth bereft of bling. However, precious metals are tens to thousands of times more abundant in Earth's silicate mantle than anticipated. It has previously been argued that this serendipitous over-abundance results from a cataclysmic meteorite shower that hit Earth after the core formed. The full load of meteorite gold was thus added to the mantle alone and not lost to the deep interior.

10/07/2016

Diamond enhancements are specific treatments, performed on natural diamonds (usually those already cut and polished into gems), which are designed to improve the visual gemological characteristics of the diamond in one or more ways. These include clarity treatments such as laser drilling to remove black carbon inclusions, fracture filling to make small internal cracks less visible, color irradiation and annealing treatments to make yellow and brown diamonds a vibrant fancy color such as vivid yellow, blue, or pink.

The CIBJO and government agencies such as the United States Federal Trade Commission explicitly require the disclosure of all diamond treatments at the time of sale. Some treatments, particularly those applied to clarity, remain highly controversial within the industry—this arises from the traditional notion that diamonds hold a unique or "sacred" place among the gemstones, and should not be treated too radically, if for no other reason than a fear of damaging consumer confidence.

Clarity and color enhanced diamonds sell at lower price points when compared to similar, untreated diamonds. This is because enhanced diamonds are originally lower quality before the enhancement is performed, and therefore are priced at a substandard level. After enhancement, the diamonds may visually appear as good as their non-enhanced counterparts. Therefore, treated diamonds appear to have a greater value than they would before treatment, but whether this is in fact the case is questionable.

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A synthetic diamond (also known as an artificial diamond, cultured diamond, or cultivated diamond) is diamond produced in an artificial process, as opposed to natural diamonds, which are created by geological processes. Synthetic diamond is also widely known as HPHT diamond or CVD diamond after the two common production methods (referring to the high-pressure high-temperature and chemical vapor deposition crystal formation methods, respectively). While the term synthetic is associated by consumers with imitation products, artificial diamonds are made of the same material (pure carbon, crystallized in isotropic 3D form).[1] In the U.S., the Federal Trade Commission has indicated that the alternative terms laboratory-grown, laboratory-created, and [manufacturer-name]-created

In the 1940s, systematic research began in the United States, Sweden and the Soviet Union to grow diamonds using CVD and HPHT processes.

The properties of synthetic diamond depend on the details of the manufacturing processes; however, some synthetic diamonds (whether formed by HPHT or CVD) have properties such as hardness, thermal conductivity and electron mobility that are superior to those of most naturally formed diamonds. Synthetic diamond is widely used in abrasives, in cutting and polishing tools and in heat sinks. Synthetic diamond is becoming the most popular material for optical windows in high-power CO2 lasers and gyrotrons. It is estimated that 98% of industrial grade diamond demand is supplied with synthetic diamonds.

Both CVD and HPHT diamonds can be cut into gems and various colors can be produced: clear white, yellow, brown, blue, green and orange. The appearance of synthetic gems on the market created major concerns in the diamond trading business, as a result of which special spectroscopic devices and techniques have been developed to distinguish synthetic and natural diamonds. Below is a Picture of Synthetic diamonds of various colors grown by the high-pressure high-temperature technique

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The name Diamond is derived from the ancient Greek 'adámas'; meaning "proper", "unalterable", "unbreakable", "untamed", or "I overpower", "I tame". Most natural diamonds are formed at high temperature and pressure at depths of 140 to 190 kilometers (87 to 118 mi) in the Earth's mantle. Carbon-containing minerals provide the carbon source, and the growth occurs over periods from 1 billion to 3.3 billion years (25% to 75% of the age of the Earth). Diamonds are brought close to the Earth's surface through deep volcanic eruptions by magma, which cools into igneous rocks known as kimberlites and lamproites.

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Gold :A total of 183,600 tonnes of gold is in existence above ground, as of 2014.[7] This is equivalent to 9513 m3 of gold. The world consumption of new gold produced is about 50% in jewelry, 40% in investments, and 10% in industry.[8] Gold's high malleability, ductility, resistance to corrosion and most other chemical reactions, and conductivity of electricity have led to its continued use in corrosion resistant electrical connectors in all types of computerized devices (its chief industrial use). Gold is also used in infrared shielding, colored-glass production, gold leafing, and tooth restoration. Certain gold salts are still used as anti-inflammatory medicine. The picture is of a gold crystal

08/19/2016

History of Jewelry////////:Jewels were always part of human culture. Even from the times when humans first started using clothes and tools some 100.000 years ago, jewels were produced from any kind of materials that were available - stones, animal skins, feathers, plants, bones, shells, wood, and natural made semi-precious materials such as obsidian. As the time went on, advancing technology enabled artisans to start taming metals and precious gems into works of art that influenced entire cultures and many modern jewelry styles. However, even with all advancements of metallurgy and gem processing, the purpose of wearing jewelry always remained the same - they enabled wearer to express himself non-verbally, showcase wealth, rank, political and religious affiliation or affections toward someone. This enabled jewelry to become timeless and a target for constant development and refinement.

Development of early jewelry can be roughly divided across three ancient civilizations - Egypt, India and China. Egypt and Mesopotamia set standards in metallurgy, gem collecting, and glass manufacture. Their several thousand year long tradition of jewelry production laid a solid foundation for all European civilizations that came after them, and their unique style affected fashion trends even four thousand years later.

India however managed to develop such a connection to jewelry that it became integral part of their daily life and religion. Since they were the first who managed to conquer the art of gold gathering and processing, they develop art of jewel making much earlier than anyone in their environment. This made them one of the most sought destinations for trade, which eventually became driving force for the incredible expansion of European civilization during the Age of Discovery. On the far side of the world, China managed to become driving force in developing of arts and their influence slowly spread their unique style across entire Asia. Chinese style that is focused on scenes of nature, animals and dragons is today still in high popularity, and continues to be developed with each passing year.

07/16/2016

Where did the name jewelry come from?
As you might expect, jewelry comes from the word jewel, which first entered the English language around 1250. Jewel was the anglicized version of the Old French word jouel. The French came from the Latin word jocale. The origin of that word is lost in time, but it meant plaything.

7 Oldest Pieces of Jewelry in the World - Ancient Facts 07/16/2016

7 Oldest Pieces of Jewelry in the World - Ancient Facts

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7 Oldest Pieces of Jewelry in the World - Ancient Facts Who doesn’t like jewelry? Today, one can find all forms of jewelry almost everywhere. It’s the vital part of literally every culture in the world. From dia

07/12/2016

Silver is one of the chemical elements. Silver’s chemical symbol is Ag (Gold’s symbols is Au) and its atomic number is 49 (Gold’s is 79). Silver sits directly above Gold in the Periodic Table of the Elements as its electronic structure is similar. Therefore Silver has similar characteristics to Gold. Silver is relatively inert and malleable. Unlike Gold, Silver does tarnish. The best way to clean silver is with mild soap and warm water and then pat dry with a soft cloth. Chemical cleaners such as “silver polish” are completely unnecessary.

Silver is both an Industrial Metal and a Precious Metal. As an industrial metal Silver has many thousands of uses due to its outstanding qualities. Silver has the highest electrical and thermal conductivity of any element. Silver was critical to the photographic industry before digital cameras came along. The term “Silver Screen” refers to the fact that Silver was actually embedded into the screens in the early movie theaters. Silver even kills bacteria and is used in water filters for that purpose. New uses of Silver are found almost daily.

07/12/2016

Gold is one of the chemical elements. Gold's chemical symbol is Au and its atomic number is 79. Its chief characteristics are that it is inert and malleable. Inert means gold does not interact with other chemicals or compounds. Gold doesn't tarnish and even the strongest acids have no effect. Thus, gold lasts forever - and stays shiny the whole time!

Gold has many industrial uses, but its main historical uses have been for jewellery and money - both are a store of value. Gold has been used as a store of value for at least 5000 years. Gold is measured and prices are quoted in Troy Ounces and Grams. As an example of gold's ability to store value, 2000 years ago one ounce of gold would buy a fine man's outfit. Today one ounce of gold will still buy a good quality man's wool suit with enough left over to buy a few shirts, a tie, some underwear, socks, a pair of shoes and a belt!

06/02/2016

After a better sweet 7 days. Want to thank everyone for there patience and well wishes. I'm open for Business

05/31/2016

Due to Memorial service in New York ....... Austin Jewelry Creations will reopen June 2 2016

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My Grand Daughter Maggie and I working the store. Had time for an usie.

05/12/2016

I'd like to thank Linda Brister and the late great Tom Brister for the many years of working together Linda has made all this possible and I really do appreciate it. I will continue the Legacy

05/12/2016

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Don't know your jewelry, know your jeweler! Relationships are built upon trust and loyalty. With over 30 yrs.exp. when the norm just won't cut it. When that special once in a lifetime event or occasion happens. I'm here to transform your ideas into a timeless design. Something incredible is waiting to be designed. by Willie Torres

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