Friday, February 24, 2012

Tips to Buy Online Silver Jewellery

The jewels have always been a subject of immense fascination for women. The quest for newness in jewellery has been underway for several centuries and craftsmen have been striving to create innovations in design, materials and styles to beautify women's needs and grace their beauty. Jewellery is A Thing of Beauty & Joy Forever. The escalation of fashion and apparel industry has led to a rapid rise of Indian Jewellery in the present day's jewellery market. Today, the most sought-after jewellery is gold, silver and diamond jewellery but the first pieces of jewellery, however, were made from bones, shells, teeth and wood. Jewellery was once a symbol of wealth and even today jewellery is considered a statement of style and is the most beloved accessory.
On internet anyone can easily find jewellery manufacturers involved in the wholesale supply and export of silver antique jewellery. Jewellery must be 100% handmade and construct finely finished jewellery right from raw silver and rough gemstones. Jewellery manufacturer put their tremendous efforts to design exquisite silver jewellery that will bring a touch of glamor to the wearer. You can easily find high quality silver jewellery in various shapes and sizes with excellent design and finishing.

By purchasing jewellery online from good supplier you will feel a great level of satisfaction through reasonable and competitive prices and maintain the quality of early commencement of delivery. Jewellery with a purity in confluence with colored gemstones and offer a wide range of design and quality. The jewels are a creation of experience and are manufactured by our skilled craftsmen.
Since Sterling has come as a replacement of expensive jewellery, you can buy the rich elite and celebrity collections of sterling silver jewellery at low prices which otherwise would not have been possible. Today, contemporary designs jewellery are inspired by celebrities and artists. Handmade sterling silver jewellery can now be purchased with just one mouse click and from the comfortable home frames. There are numerous sites that offer stupendous jewellery collection with unique style and design at prices that are down to earth.

Here are some tips to help you get started with buying wholesale sterling silver jewellery online:
* Check the credentials of the website and how it is well established.
* Check how long the site has been successfully selling jewellery.
* Read carefully product reviews on the site.
* It is preferable not to buy silver jewellery from sites of retail. Choose the virtual stores that sell sterling silver jewellery at wholesale prices.
* Make sure the price listed on the site does not include overhead.
* Research and do your homework on the sterling silver jewellery wholesale before making your purchase.

Monday, September 21, 2009

Indian costumes and jewellery on a beautiful woman

Interesting to see Indian costumes and jewellery on a stunningly beautiful woman:-
The Indian subcontinent has the longest continuous legacy of jewellery making anywhere since Ramayana and Mahabharata times. While Western traditions were heavily influenced by waxing and waning empires, India enjoyed a continuous development of art forms for some 5000 years. One of the first to start jewellery making were the peoples of the Indus Valley Civilization. By 1,500 BC the peoples of the Indus Valley were creating gold earrings and necklaces, bead necklaces and metallic bangles. Before 2,100 BC, prior to the period when metals were widely used, the largest jewellery trade in the Indus Valley region was the bead trade.
Beads in the Indus Valley were made using simple techniques. First, a bead maker would need a rough stone, which would be bought from an eastern stone trader. The stone would then be placed into a hot oven where it would be heated until it turned deep red, a colour highly prized by people of the Indus Valley. The red stone would then be chipped to the right size and a hole drilled through it with primitive drills. The beads were then polished. Some beads were also painted with designs. This art form was often passed down through family; children of bead makers often learnt how to work beads from a young age.
Jewellery in the Indus Valley was worn predominantly by females, who wore numerous clay or shell bracelets on their wrists. They were often shaped like doughnuts and painted black. Over time, clay bangles were discarded for more durable ones. In India today, bangles are made out of metal or glass. Other pieces that women frequently wore were thin bands of gold that would be worn on the forehead, earrings, primitive brooches, chokers and gold rings. Although women wore jewellery the most, some men in the Indus Valley wore beads. Small beads were often crafted to be placed in men and women’s hair. The beads were about one millimetre long.
A female skeleton (presently on display at the National Museum, New Delhi, India) wears a carlinean bangle ( a bracelet) on her left hand.

India was the first country to mine diamonds, with some mines dating back to 296 BC. India traded the diamonds, realising their valuable qualities. This trade almost vanished 1,000 years after Christianity grew as a religion, as Christians rejected the diamonds which were used in Indian religious amulets. Along with Arabians from the Middle East restricting the trade, India’s diamond jewellery trade lulled.Today, many of the jewellery designs and traditions are still used and jewellery is commonplace in Indian ceremonies and weddings.

Saturday, July 25, 2009

Bridal Jewelry Special

Bridal Jewelry Special

Monday, May 18, 2009

Bracletes of mordern arts

Cuff made with 18ky gold, silver with patina,
raw diamond cubes (2 ctw),
colored brilliant cut diamonds (.344 ctw),
hand forged and fabricated

2" wide

Cuff made with 18ky gold,
silver with patina,
raw diamond cubes (4.9 ctw),
hand forged and fabricated

1.4" wide

Link bracelet made with 18ky gold,
sterling silver with patina,
raw diamond cubes (6.16ctw),
hand forged and fabricated.

6.75" x 2"

Bangle with hidden hinge made with 18ky gold,
natural rose cut diamonds (60.95 ctw),
raw diamond cubes (38.8 ctw),
hand forged and fabricated

41mm wide


Cuff made with 18ky gold, natural rose cut diamonds (47.77 ctw),
raw diamond cubes (18.3 ctw),
hand forged and fabricated

30mm wide


Saturday, April 25, 2009

How to Match Your Cufflinks

If you are looking for ways to add more style and a more personal touch to your outfit, cufflinks are an excellent piece of accessory. Just like there are a few basic rules for matching ties to dress shirts, and belts to your dress shoes, there are a few things to consider when pairing a set of cufflinks to the rest of your outfit.
The Colors:

The most common cufflink colors are silver and gold. In this case, the basic rule is to match the cufflink color to your belt buckle. In addition, your other pieces of jewelry, like your wristwatch, should match the cufflink color. Gold cufflinks also look great with shades of brown such as a tan colored suit, brown dress shoes, and brown belt.
Many cufflinks have colored stones at the face. Those cufflinks will add a classy look to your outfit. Try to match the color to another piece of clothing you are wearing. If you wear pink cufflinks, then a pink necktie would be an excellent choice. What you want to avoid is dressing like a parrot with too many bright and conflicting colors.

The Styles:

The styles of cufflinks are endless. The more basic the cufflink design, the more conservative the look. If you are bored with your suit and tie look then novelty cufflinks are a good option. Unlike novelty ties, that have a somewhat tacky reputation in men's fashion, novelty cufflinks are well accepted. If you are an avid golfer for example, why not add a personal touch to your outfit by wearing a pair of cufflinks in shape of golf clubs or golf balls. It will always be a good conversation started in a business meeting or sales call.

The Materials:

Cufflinks are made out of a wide range of materials. Most common are metals, including the precious metals gold, silver, and platinum. In addition cufflinks are made in part of glass, fabric, wood, and even bone. What material of cufflinks you wear is up to you and often times up to your budget. Matching the colors the right way is more important.
Your Dress Shirts:

Cufflinks are worn with French cuffed shirts. The French cuff is often times also referred to the double cuff as the cuffs are folded back before they are secured with a knot or cufflinks. Unlike traditional dress shirts, they do not have any buttons on their own. French cuff dress shirts are often considered more formal, particularly when paired with a set of quality cufflinks.

How much do budget:

Cufflinks can range anywhere from a few dollars to tens of thousands of dollars. Traditionally, the deciding factor in price is the metal and stones used. The more precious the metal and/or the stone, the more expensive the cufflinks will be. How much you want to spend on a set of cufflinks is your own personal choice. It is advisable however to have multiple sets of cufflinks to match to your outfit. If you travel a lot then buying a slightly less expensive set of cufflinks is a good option as cufflinks are one of the most forgotten things in your hotel room.

Saturday, April 11, 2009

Only 4 Girls => Jewelry Special

Jewelry Special

Monday, March 16, 2009

Antique jewellery for your love

Antique neckles for your love

Antique neckles

antique earing

Antique Broch
Antique Braclet


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