I was one of those asking for a fair definition between wearable
and non-wearable jewelry.
According to a past mentor of mine, jewelry, to be wearable, should
be durable and not pose a risk of damaging clothing or causing
I think that about covers it.
I marvel at some of the pieces I see in jewelry mags, like
neckpieces with foot-long spikes projecting from them, and bracelets
with curved, sharp metal projections- does that stuff come with
liability insurance? Really, jewelry that knocks your eyes out
should be only a figure of speech...
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