Background and uses Strass. What is that? Rhinestone, invented by the Alsatian Goldsmith Georg Friedrich Strass which from 1701 to 1773 lived. Imitations are of jewelry and precious stones that are made of lead crystal glass rhinestones. Nahmenhafte are manufacturer for rhinestone Swarovski and PRECIOSA. Georg Friedrich lived rhinestone from 1701 until 1773. He was a French Goldsmith, who worked with imitations of jewellery and precious stones. The Court of Louis of the XV was fascinated by jewelry, so that the imitation diamonds found popularity.
Georg Friedrich Strass was very successful with its replicas. Lead since 1734 he was allowed the title jewelry of the King”. Even today are the artificial gems after its inventor rhinestone “called. Rhinestones produced originally made of lead glass, a colourless material with special sheen. The light breaks on the surface of the rhinestones in various forms.
Make still better use of this advantage, rhinestones are literally cut like diamonds. You were In addition with a slide out metal deposited, which increasingly brought the rhinestone sparkle and glitter. High quality rhinestone is still made of lead crystal glass. In addition, the stones with metal oxides are steamed. Such a rhinestone can shine through this treatment in all colors and shades of color. Rhinestone was colorless, in its infancy so there are rhinestones today in all Colourations. The decision for a specific form will set then the rhinestone is used for what purpose. Square, round and oval shapes are available, there are drops and heart for individualists. The application possibilities are legion. It is almost impossible to count them all, what can be adorned with Rhinestones and upgraded. Fingernails to luxuriously decorated by the elaborate gowns of tournament dance sport – rhinestone is anywhere to be found. T-Shirts and shoes, Christmas cards and Easter eggs, cell phones and vases – with a drop of glue and rhinestones can everyday things a little enchanted and beautify. With Rhinestone brings a special glue also the human skin to the glitter. Even easier is the iron-on with hotfix rhinestones. These stones have an adhesive, which is liquid at certain temperatures on their back. Such a stone hits another substance, the glue joins with this carrier. Only materials with porous surfaces used for such uses, for example fabric, leather and suede or wood. On very smooth and impermeable surfaces such as plastic, this hotfix stones are not used. Gorlach setting GmbH wholesaler for SWAROVSKI and PRECIOSA rhinestones