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Learning to how to store jewelry is essential. For one thing, fragile metals and stones need to be protected. For another, neatly storing everything makes it much easier to remember what you own and quickly find it when you need it. And as anyone who’s ever crawled across the floor in search of an earring
Has gold and other jewelry ever left greenish or black marks on your skin? It’s happened to most of us at least once or twice. Even though some people are allergic to certain materials, most staining isn’t caused by an allergy – it’s a reaction between our skin and the metals used in jewelry, especially
Antique jewels can compel one to take a deep dive into the rich folklore attached to their existence. Also, their striking rustic vintage charm and vivid colours are enough to grip one’s attention and never let go of it. Below are a few antique Indian jewelry styles that are still very popular: 1. Tarakashi: This
Yellow sapphire is famous for its unique healing properties apart from being known as a lucky stone which helps to improve financial status. It can be worn by people of all star signs as it is quiet safe and has no ill effects. It has a rich citron color and is soft in texture. Yellow Sapphire-Bold
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If you have grown up on stories of rajkumaras and rajkumaris and dream of a royal Indian wedding, Kundan and Polki are sure to capture your imagination! Kundan/Polki jewellery is traditional, royal, elite and a great reminder of India’s rich heritage. The process of making Kundan and Polki jewellery is extremely intricate and time-consuming and requires great skill and
The historical background of Indian jewelry takes us back to the history of the country itself as both are almost equally old. It was around 5000 years ago when the curiosity to beautify themselves by adorning some jewelry pieces arouse in people. Since the beginning of the journey, the charm of jewelry and the beauty
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Gold and platinum are the two most commonly used metals for engagement and wedding rings. All the gold ever mined on this planet, would not even fill 3 Olympic sized swimming pools!  All the Platinum ever mined would not fill even half of a single Olympic pool!  Every year, we mine an average of 1500
You’d like to buy some precious metals, but do you buy silver or gold? Is there really much difference between them other than the price? Both are “precious” metals, meaning their occurrence in the earth’s crust is rare. But when it comes to investing in gold vs. silver, there are 5 important distinctions to be aware of.
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The wedding season is on and most of you would be rushing in to buy Gold/ Diamond Jewellery. Despite Gold jewellery’s popularity and constant presence in our society, picking the right piece is not as simple as what many might assume. Check for the following before buying any piece of Gold Jewellery Purity Grade: This
Sapphires are one of the ‘Big Three Gemstones’, alongside emeralds and rubies. They’re formed from a mineral called corundum. They exist in blue, pink, green, yellow, orange, purple, colourless and black. We call sapphires that aren’t blue, black or colourless “fancy sapphires” or “party sapphires”. The only colour that sapphires do not come in is red. Red corundum
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