Bakelite jewelry turned out to be particularly mainstream in the 1930's and 1940's after a more extensive grouping of hues was presented. The new group of Bakelite hues caught the creative ability of more gems organizations. Coco Chanel was one well known fashioner who offered Bakelite adornments and extras.
Bakelite Jewelry is a castable, fireproof plastic that was developed by Leo Baekeland in 1909. It was initially utilized for mechanical purposes until the point that gems creators found that its light weight settled on Bakelite an ideal decision for planning and assembling modest wristbands, rings, pins and other adornments.
How Is Bakelite Made?
Bakelite is made utilizing a blend of phenol and formaldehyde. These and different materials are put through molds which frame poles. These poles are then additionally cleaned and changed. This procedure contrasts from plastic now as a result of the hand wrapping up. Plastic gems made today would probably be filled a complex and correct form.