Silver manufacturer ini berlokasi di Jalan Pasar Besar 21-33, Surabaya, Indonesia, dekat Tugu Pahlawan, di depan restaurant Tristar dan di belakang Hotel Pasar Besar.

Contact us :

Top Crown Jewelry, co.

Telp : 62 31 5312335

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Our products and service in our online showroom

Dear customers,
Welcome to our virtual showroom.
We give you the good price and extra bonus for email order.

We have nice packaging for the retail order and extra service for the wholesaler.

Hope to have partnership with you.
Thank you.

Top Crown Jewelry team

Email :
Fax : 62 31 5312335

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Why Silver Will Always Beat Gold

We like gold. But we love silver.

Gold is historically the most sought-after precious metal.

But there's a reason why men like George Soros, Warren Buffett, and Bill Gates are heavily invested in its less glamorous cousin, silver.

Silver is a contrarian play, and it's been blowing gold out of the water. We expect that trend to continue for a number of reasons, including historic ratios and long-term trends we follow.

One signal, described in-depth in our free report, points to far higher prices. $100 certainly isn't out of the question, and we'll show you why.

Silver today is more than just a way to preserve wealth. It's an investment with solid fundamentals.

In this free investor's report, Why Silver will Always Beat Gold, I'm going to tell you exactly why we've been bullish on silver since the single-digits. And how high we think it will go.

Fun Facts About Silver

Silver is probably one of the most used metals in the world today. Just like the gold, this precious metal is being adored by almost everyone. Even our ancient ancestors valued silver. Because of its availability and price, many people prefer silver than gold.

Discover Silver Facts

Here are some great silver facts that are fun to know:
“Argentum” is the Latin word origin of silver. Its symbol in the periodic table of elements “Ag” came also from this word. The country Argentina is named after this metal.
Silver coins were used as early as seven hundred BC.
During ancient Egypt and the medieval period in Europe, silver was considered more valuable than gold.
Though there are songs about the silvery moon, there is very little silver, if any, in the moon’s soil.
It has been proven that a small concentration of silver can kill harmful bacteria just like antibiotics.
You can make your own mirror with silver, since this metal can reflect about ninety five percent of visible light. (Aluminum is often used commercially instead — as it tends to be less expensive)
Aside from the Untied States, Mexico, Australia, Peru, Russia, and Canada are the chief producers of silver.
To prevent food from spoiling, the Phoenicians used silver bottles to preserve their foods.
Silver is a great conductor of heat and electricity.
Just like gold, silver is also a soft metal. An ounce of it can produce eight thousand feet of thin wires.
Eggs can tarnish silver very quickly.
You can clean your silver jewelry easily with baking soda, hot water, and aluminum foil.

Sterling Silver

Sterling Silver refers to a mixture of ninety two percent of pure silver and eight percent of other metal—which is copper as the common one. It is commonly used in silver jewelry like silver rings, earrings, and bracelets; and tableware such as spoons, forks, trays, knives, and tea sets. Unlike pure silver, this sterling one can tarnish easily by simply being exposed to oxygen and rubbing against human skin. But now, there are products out in the market that are especially made to bring back the shine of your silver jewelry and tableware. For daily maintenance, you can use cotton cloth to polish it.

Silver History

The history of silver is almost as old as the human civilization began. The Biblical character Joseph is once mentioned in the Bible itself that he is rich in silver, oxen, and gold. And maybe, this kind of metal was already here even before the first organism lived, but it was the Egyptians, Romans, Chinese, South Americans, and Asians of the ancient times who discovered silver.


The chemical properties of silver are not that active. Basically, it doesn’t react on normal temperature, oxygen and plain water.

Uses of Silver

Here are the other uses of this precious metal:
Silver cadium and silver zinc are types of high quality batteries
A handy weapon against vampires and werewolves.
In just a pound of silver iodide, we can produce plenty cubic miles of clouds.
Silver is also very useful in photographic films, dental materials, water purification and even in explosives.

There you go. It is fun knowing lots of silver trivia when wearing silver jewelry!

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Perhiasan perak tidak iritasi di kulit ?

Saya pernah mencoba memakai perhiasan emas.... kulit ternyata menjadi 'nyenyek'..... tetapi yang aneh, ketika memakai perhaisan perak, kulit tidak teriritasi.... apakah perak cocok untuk semua jenis kulit?
Saya mencoba mencari informasi tentang hal ini, namun tidak menemukannya....