Upcycling Your Old Jewellery – a simple guide.
Upcycling Your Old Jewellery
A Guide to Upcycling Your Old Jewellery
If you are looking for a Guide to Upcycling Your Old Jewellery this will tick ALL your boxes!
Society in the 21st century is open to change. Upcycling your old jewellery is now considered a cool thing to do.
We’ve seen firsthand the destruction that our actions have caused and we’re looking to make lifestyle changes, to source our food from green farms and our valuables from socially reputable companies. And we’re all active and willing participants to our local councils’ recycling operations.
Yet, there is one area that most of us have not even considered looking into: upcycling jewellery. Now, before you put a lock on that cob-web laced jewellery box that you haven’t opened in years because your grandparents’ gold is so passé it looks more like ancient than vintage, fear not, the council is not out for your precious gold.
No, upcycling is something you’d stand to gain from, not your council.
Upcycling Your Old Jewellery & the three R’s
Upcycling your old jewellery is a process that uses the 3R principle, Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. It helps people make the best of what they have in a creative and sustainable way, avoiding hoarding rubbish and updating their valuables into something more contemporary.
So go ahead, treat yourself to a nice refurbished, updated version of your Nan’s favourite ring. You know she’d love for you to wear it and it’s your duty to pass it along to your children. In fact, you could turn it into unique wedding and engagement rings or even adorn it with a few jewels to liven it up a bit.
Upcycling is the best option
Instead of selling your heirlooms to money-hungry pawn-brokers and loan sharks and allowing them to profit from your ancestors’ blood, sweat and tears, keep them in the family and honour their memory and their wishes by upcycling them into splendid new pieces that you can show off with pride.
And when you add to this the fact that you’d be saving yourself a pretty penny, because gold is so outrageously expensive nowadays, and the fact that you can count on purity and quality with an upcycled ring, you’ve got yourself a complete package of perks that you simply can’t miss taking advantage of.
And if you don’t have any vintage jewellery yet, then the next time you shop for gold, consider looking for a Fairtrade Fairmined Gold Jeweller so that you may invest responsibly. You know it makes sens eiand is the best way forward t for the planet and our communities around the world.
I hope you have enjoyed this post – A Guide to Upcycling Your Old Jewellery – you might also like my bumble bee necklace review
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