Types of Jewellery: Customized Jewellery pieces that you cannot miss on
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- We will take you through all the different types of jewellery items available in the market.
- Rings are the most used and meaningful of all jewellery.
- Pendants are used to give emphasis to a woman’s beautiful neckline.
- Earrings are a common jewellery piece worn by both men and women.
- A Mangalsutra is an integral part of most Indian Hindu weddings and is generally tied around the neck of the woman by the man she is to be married to.
- At Kuberbox we offer the best crafted jewellery to our treasured clients.
Jewellery can come in many different forms, and for you to be able to have a command over the jewellery you are selling it is important to know of the various forms of jewellery available on the market. We will take you through all the different types of jewellery items available in the market.
TYPES OF JEWELLERY: RINGS
Rings are probably the most used and meaningful of all jewellery. They are essentially a circular band that wraps around the finger and can be modified to suit its wearer. In the western world, rings are used as a symbolic representation of marriage.
TYPES OF JEWELLERY: NECKLACES
Necklaces are worn around the neck. They can have gems studded around the entire expanse of the necklace, or could be beads strung together. Necklaces can also be merely a simple chain with a pendant grabbing all the attention. Necklaces can take on any form around the neck.
TYPES OF JEWELLERY: PENDANTS
Pendants used on chains are another jewellery item that can come in many forms. Pendants are used to give emphasis to a woman’s beautiful neckline. Certain designs like pear shapes or marquise shapes tend to make the neckline look more attractive and long.
TYPES OF JEWELLERY: MANGALSUTRA
A Mangalsutra is an integral part of most of Indian Hindu weddings and is generally tied around the neck of the woman by the man she is to be married to. Tanmaniyas are a central part of the mangalsutra (just the pendant) and say a lot about the woman who wears it. It speaks of grace and charm and is generally studded with diamonds or as we commonly know them as “hiras”
TYPES OF JEWELLERY: EARRINGS
Earrings are worn to adorn the ears; they can be worn as a pair or in halves. Available in numerous forms as studs or hoops, or even hooks, earrings give a woman’s face the visual balance on either side. As studs, they have a post that slips into the ear and is secured by a push from the back. Worn throughout history earrings are a common jewellery piece worn by both men and women.
TYPES OF JEWELLERY: BRACELET
Bracelets are pieces of jewellery worn around the wrist. It’s a popular and an evolving form of jewellery. They come in numerous patterns for both men and women.
TYPES OF JEWELLERY: BANGLES
Bangles or “chuudi” as they are known in North India, are worn to beautify the wrists of the wearer. Bangles are also a very common jewellery accessory and are often studded with Diamonds. The daily-wear bangles tend to be mostly made in gold, with beautiful patterns made of diamond placed around the bangle at 3-5 places. Bangles are much stronger and are worn as they also signify good fortune and prosperity. As per the trends, we are seeing, working women seem to have replaced the bangles with chic bracelets for regular wear purposes while keeping the heavier bangles limited to just parties and occasions.
TYPES OF JEWELLERY: NOSE PINS
Nose pins that are part of Indian jewellery for over centuries have now become a fashion statement. Although adopted from the Middle East these “naths” as they are referred to in Hindi can tell a lot about a woman. Nose rings can be in the form of rings or pins and accentuate the nose very charmingly.
TYPES OF JEWELLERY: GOLD COINS
Gold Coins are known for their authenticity as a risk-free investment option. At Kuberbox we now offer this to our treasured clients. All of our 24K / 22 K gold coins are the perfect investment, and yet a trendy option. These internationally accepted coins offer an easy and assured resale value. Auspicious in India, gold coins are generally given at the arrival of a new family member like the birth of a baby or a “Shaadi”.
• By Purity – 999, 995, 916, 750
• By Grams – 0.250 g, 0.500 g, 1 g, 2 g, 5 g, 8 g, 10 g, 20 g, 50 g
• By Shape – Round, Rectangle
TYPES OF JEWELLERY: GOLD CHAIN
Again, a popular jewellery category, gold chains are eponymous throughout our country. It’s one of those pieces that most possess in numbers. Gold chains can either be bought as per the design or as per the weight.
• Dual Tone
• Double Box
• Single Line Mangalsutra
• Double Line Mangalsutra
Men’s Jewellery is a vast area and can include just about anything. Even a gold spectacle may fall under this category. Among the most common forms of jewellery that most men possess, you will find rings, bracelets and gold chains. Many, these days, also like to accessorise themselves with diamond cuff-links, kurta buttons, ear studs & pendants.
FAQ Section On Types Of Jewellery :
- What kind of jewellery is most popular?
Earrings are the most popular type of jewellery. That’s what more than 3,700 women said as per the survey. Worn throughout history earrings are a common jewellery piece worn by both men and women.
- Which jewellery can you wear all the time?
A basic rule of thumb is that it’s okay to wear a watch or bracelet, a ring, a pair of earrings, and a necklace. Anything more than that is probably too much for most work environments.Types of Jewellery: Customized Jewellery pieces that you cannot miss on by Team KuberBox