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December 31, 2023

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Fine Jewellery and how are they better than Fashion Jewellery

Fine jewelry is made by fusing precious metals like gold, platinum, or silver with gems like diamonds, emeralds, rubies, and sapphires. Not as jewelry, the materials are priceless in and of themselves. The best heritage is fine jewelry since it can be easily repaired by a jeweler and is durable. Although it is uncommon, jewelry made of such exquisite materials is expensive. The price depends on the type of metal and the cut, color, clarity, and carat of the gemstone.   For instance, since the first two alloys have higher quantities of other metals, 14k gold or sterling silver would be less expensive than 18k gold or platinum. Pros of fine jewellery Long-lasting High quality Elegant and valuable design Why is fine jewellery better than fashion jewellery? Fine jewellery is made from natural, precious stones and metals, as opposed to fashion jewellery, which is composed of synthetic materials or base metals.  Although fashion jewellery is significantly less expensive than fine jewellery, it lacks the same durable features. 1. Fine Jewellery as an Investment: Fine jewellery is an investment because it won’t need to be regularly updated and will survive for a long time with good maintenance. Fine jewellery can also […] read more
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BROOCH

A Brooch is a unisex ornament. Anyone irrespective of gender or age can adorn this beautiful piece of jewellery. The best part is that it is not only used for ornamental purposes but also has a function to perform. We can call it a fancy safety pin that keeps your clothes in place. It fastens your garments together and saves you from a possible embarrassing moment. Haven’t we all seen a decorative brooch with our mothers that she uses to keep her saree pleats intact for festive events? Yes, this humble product can save you and also add a touch of glamour. But are you aware of the brooch story? Well, let’s talk about the evolution of the modern-day brooch. The art of making a brooch belongs to the tribal community called Germanic. They were nomadic tribes and passed on their skills as they moved from one place to another for survival. The Brooch is from the Bronze Age. Metal bars and wires were shaped into a brooch back in the day. Red enamel and coral inlays fulfilled the decoration part. Simple and humble, but high on performing its duty, the brooch evolved with more gemstones, enamelling, and filigree in […] read more
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TOOTH JEWELLERY

In the age of evolving fashion, everything is taking a turn. From the return of the old bell-bottomed pants to the new futuristic, dystopian fashion, everyone is experimenting with what they wear. The way people view fashion has changed. People are more engrossed in making a fashion statement and are more focused on standing out in a crowd. Such an emerging fashion trend is Tooth Jewellery or dental Jewellery. Tooth Jewellery So, what is Tooth Jewellery? As unlikely as it sounds, yes, it is jewellery worn on a tooth, and it is taking the world by storm. It can either be small rhinestones, gemstones or even gold attached on teeth. The piece of jewellery is positioned on the frontal part of a person’s teeth. The main aim of this procedure is to make your smile more beautiful and dazzling. It delivers a sort of individuality to whoever adorns it. One of the reasons why this type of jewellery is gaining popularity is because unlike tattoos and piercings, this does not inflict pain for the customer. Therefore, a lot of people, including people who are scared of piercing and tattoos, can try this new fashion trend out. Along with this, unless the customer […] read more
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ARANJANAM

Aranjanam is essentially a waist chain; a cord-like ornament made of silver or gold or a thick black thread meant for infants and children. Some grown-up boys and girls and sometimes even adults continue wearing them. Aranjanam is a word in the Malayalam dialect whereas in Tamil it is called “Arajan Kayir”. The foremost reason for making a baby wear an aranjanam is to measure healthy growth indicated by the increase in the waistline. Adults, especially women, use it for tightening clothes, like securing the folds when wearing a saree. Namkaran or Naming Ceremony In South India, Aranjanams are given to babies as a part of a ceremony called Namakaran or the Naming Ceremony on the 28th day of baby’s birth. The day is called “Irupathettu”, i.e. the day when the star or the “nakshathram” of the child repeats as per the Malayalam Calendar. On that day, he or she is adorned with a black thread or a gold chain intertwined around the waist. The baby is made to wear his/her first ornament along with kanmashi or kohl and is offered sweet porridge (ghee mixed with honey) as the first meal. The baby is also given a black spot on the cheeks and titled on the forehead […] read more
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EAR JEWELLERY

We know that earrings are one of the most famous pieces of jewellery worn by people all over the world. An earring is a jewellery item that decorates our ear. Apart from earrings, there are other ornaments like studs, sleepers etc. These ornaments are various classifications of earrings, but jewellery items like studs can also be worn on other parts of our body. Before moving on to the different types of ear jewellery pieces, let us check out the various parts of an ear, where these items are worn most commonly. The Ear Lobe: Ear lobe is the lower hanging area of our ear. It is the most common area of ear-piercing. The cartilage tissue is not present in the ear lobes, unlike other ear parts. Piercings can be made on both upper lobe and lower lobe. Tragus: Tragus is the small curved part of the external ear which connects the ear to our head. It projects immediately in front of the ear canal. Earring models like studs can be pierced in this region. Ear Concha: It is the area present next to the ear canal, inside the ear cartilage. Conch piercings have become popular among the youth over the past […] read more
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