3D crystal is indeed real, but just like real diamonds and other precious gemstones are indeed real. It’s a clear, delicate crystalline solid piece formed by gently melting (liquidizing) a conductive metal (usually an aluminum, tin, or copper) and then reshaping it into a structure little enough to be cut to a jewelry shape. This process has been used for hundreds of years to make beads and other jewelry, and also used in manufacturing many ordinary household items such as tableware and even some electronic goods. The only thing special about 3D crystals is that they can be produced much more cheaply and easily than other types of jewelry and glass objects. In fact, 3D crystal jewelry was once a small niche market populated mostly by upscale collectors.
But as technology advanced, 3d crystal jewelry became popular among people who were looking for cost-effective yet high-quality crystal and glass items. The result? A whole new class of low price jewelry and glassware – including 3d crystal keychain and glass picture cube necklaces and rings. You can even now get them on wholesale at incredibly low prices.
How do 3d crystal and glasswork, exactly? Well, in general, a piece of crystal jewelry or glass looks beautiful just because it is there. But when you look closely, the crystal or glass begins to display flaws or ‘reflections’ of the natural irregularities found in the object itself. To understand how this works, imagine yourself looking at a table, tablecloth, or floor.
Now try to make a crystal or glass table with no reflections. You will not see any reflection, because it would not be very clear. But if you place a piece of the tablecloth (a normal cloth), a tablecloth made out of glass, and a tablecloth made from regular cloth, you will definitely see some kind of refraction. If you place the crystal over this tablecloth, the crystal will still have its own reflection. It is due to this property of the crystal that glass and crystal jewelry have become popular in high-end stores. However, you should know that glass is not as durable as its crystal counterpart.
Aside from tablecloths, you can also use glassware in your everyday life. For example, China is often used to house crystal or glassware. But it is important to keep in mind that China should not be kept around the house, as they are extremely fragile pieces. They can easily break if they are mishandled.
When cleaning glassware, always use cleaners designed for glass. There are specially designed glass cleaners for different kinds of glass. And remember to rinse your glassware before placing them in your dishwasher. It helps in preventing chipping and other kinds of damages.