Jewelry Design under Environmental Protection Concept
Keywords:Environmental protection, Jewelry, Wood.
AbstractAs people living standard unceasing enhancement, jewelry has been more and more into our modern life. Jewelry is not simply to use gold, platinum, silver and other precious metals as the material, but joined a variety of materials for production, to fully display the wearer's personality. Jewelry is not only a symbol of wealth, she has become us to highlight the carrier of its own unique personality and identity.
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