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#1 May 16, 2018 05:06:43

Aftermand
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Pandora bracelet is sterling silver


It was just 10 months ago that the Danish jewelry company, Pandora, was the darling of the pandora charms uk sale and the investment world. The company, primarily known as the maker of extremely popular charms with broad appeal, issued an IPO that raised $2.1 billion in October 2010. Its subsequent earnings reports documented astonishing growth. But this all changed on Tuesday.

Essentially, the pandora charms uk outlet is the standard Pandora silver barrel clasp bracelet, but with a chain treated to make it appear much darker in colour. This is achieved by exposing the silver to oxidising agents, which cause it to turn black. The clasp, however, is untreated, and provides a beautiful bright contrast against the oxidised chain. It is significantly darker than the regular silver bracelet and offers an edgier look in comparison. There is no (or very little, depending on your region) price difference between the two bracelets, as the oxidised bracelet is merely a treated version of the original silver bracelet.

However, on Tuesday, pandora bracelet uk sale changed its 2011 outlook from expecting a revenue growth of no less than 30 percent to 0. It also noted that revenues fell 30 percent in July. On the same day, Pandora reported that second quarter revenue increased 3.6 percent to 1.4 billion Danish kroner ($265.3 million). In the Americas, revenue increased 16.2 percent. This sounds good but sales in the U.S., its largest market, fell by 0.7 percent for the period. The U.S. accounted for 39.2 percent of all sales during the period.

Consequently, most people considering the oxidised bracelet are concerned about what the pandora bracelet uk outlet looks like when it fades and how quickly it will do so. In regards to the extent of the fading, I have taken a comparison shot of my first oxidised bracelet (left) and my brand new oxidised bracelet (right). My first oxi bracelet was purchased back in December 2012, so it has had over a year and a half of regular wear with at least a few charms on it.

It is possible to get the original dark colour re-applied: you can pay to have pandora jewellery box uk respray it, or you can have a go at home yourself using the boiled egg method or liver of sulphur (I have a ‘how-to’ coming up on the egg method!). However, you will have to be doing this pretty regularly if you want to constantly maintain that gorgeous black colour that you started with – I’d say, with regular wear, every six months at least.

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