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Types Of Jewels

An integral part of daily life, jewellery has always been an accessory to women and men’s dress all over the world. In the Indian content, jewellery is not just an accessory but a form of investment especially when it comes to diamond and gold jewellery. If you are looking to know more about jewellery, here are the nuances about it.

Most deep coloured gemstones have shallow cut which allows higher amount of light to penetrate it and light coloured gemstones look better with symmetrical deep cut.

TYPES OF JEWELLERY

RINGS

With a wide range of finger accessories, rings are available in different materials with diamonds and gemstones studded in it. Solitaires are the preferred engagement rings but traditional gold rings still hold penchant. Studded gemstones in traditional and contemporary ring designs are in vogue.

PENDANTS

Crafted in gold (14k, 18k, and 22k) with or without diamonds and gemstones, the pendants add individuality to the gold or platinum chains. Team them with your earrings or just a different design everyday can lend a new look to your necklace.

NECKLACE / CHAINS

Adorning the neck, there is a huge range of necklace in traditional and contemporary designs to suit daily, office and festive occasions. Studded with diamonds, gemstones or just plain gold/platinum, the wide range od selection suits all price and budget.

BRACELET

These are easy wrist accessories that require no fixed size but add glamour to any outfit. With a host of designs available in platinum, diamond and gold, you’ll always find something in your budget and style. For slender arms, chunky bracelets look good while if you have broad arms, wired styles or thin bracelet designs look better. Standard size is 7” in length.

JEWELLERY CARE

It is best not to wear jewellery when you are working with chemicals or doing rough work. It is important the no piece of precious metals (gold, silver and platinum) comes in touch with chemicals or bleach.

CARING FOR GOLD JEWELLERY

Wearing jewellery while taking a shower can put a layer of soap on the jewellery causing it to dull. Soft cotton cloth should be used to clean the jewellery pieces. Use a few drops of ammonia solution in a soapy solution and rinse the pieces with tepid water. You can use rubbing alcohol to remove grease or oil from the gold pieces.

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