We have moved past the times when people looked at jewellery as an investment and ended up buying pieces that were of higher value while compromising on the designs. When you use a precious metal without adding or mixing any other metals/stones, it’s resale value stays intact. If that’s the case then better invest in precious metal biscuits than jewellery. We like jewellery shopping because we get to see so many new jewellery designs and add some unique pieces to our personal jewellery collection. We have compiled a list of jewellery designs with precious stones that you need to have as a part of your collection.
Jewellery designing involves a combination of different elements like precious metals, precious stones, workmanship, colour combinations, finishing and so much more. In recent times, we have seen people giving more importance to jewellery designs. We are definitely drawn towards beautiful pieces of jewellery and would love to own them. That’s how we have polki jewellery, kundans, pearls & precious stones jewellery trending now as there is a much wider variety of designs that can be made. The more options the better! Don’t you agree?
Jewellery set in precious stones look really lovely as they are available in different colours and textures. These pieces are contemporary which makes it easier for us to pair them up with both western and ethnic wear. That’s great, as we will get to flaunt these beauties at multiple occasions! We have compiled some of our favourites from the precious stones jewellery collection, which will work with many of your outfits. Keep these in mind the next time you go looking for pretty jewellery designs.
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Pearls are often seen as a symbol of elegance and sophistication. It was worn big time during the 60’s and 70’s by popular actresses and high end socialites. Hyderabad is known as the city of pearls and people from all over the country come to shop these beauties here. Pearls are naturally occurring and are then cultivated for making ornaments. Just a strand of pearls are enough to make you look prim and proper. These are versatile and can be worn for a lot of different occasions. A pearl choker with a pendant or a centerpiece is a worthy investment and is a must have in your jewellery collection. Pearls are available in different colours naturally like
Cultured pearls are developed under human supervision and these are seen in different hues such as
- Rose gold
- Holographic and so on.
Garnet stones have been used in decorative jewellery making since the 17th century and were seen as a symbol of wealth. The most common garnet stone that’s used in jewellery making is the blood-red garnet stone. These are available in other colours too like orange, peach, green and so on, which belong to different varieties of garnets. You can find garnets being used in rings, brooches and studs mainly. These deep wine-red coloured garnets look rich and intense when worn as necklaces or chokers. There are many designs that can be set with these stones and can be paired with many outfits. Some of the designs may exude bohemian vibes based on the kind of setting and combination you choose to have.
Jade stones are green in colour and are often considered lucky. These are made into beads and then into beaded necklaces and chains. They are also made into rings, drop earrings and chokers. You can pick whichever jewellery design you like and have them set in jade stones and beads. Jade stone is known to have healing power, which is another reason why people wear jade rings for good health. China is known for its jade jewellery and how highly they value their jades. These green jade stones are great with summer outfits and for you beach getaways! They look super fresh, airy and would look lovely with light pastel colours and dusty tones!
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As the name suggests, they are light pink in colour and are available in different tones of pink. These are also used for healing, decoration and skincare purposes. Rose quartz are either worn as rings, chains or are paired with kundans, emeralds and diamonds to be made into intricate pieces of jewellery. Indian jewellery designs use rose quartz with other precious stones and metals to create beautiful choker designs and wedding jewellery sets. Rose quartz gua-sha stones are used in skincare for face sculpting and to improve blood flow for a better complexion.
Zircon is mainly used and seen as an affordable alternative to diamonds as they look similar. They are also available in other colours like yellow, red, bronze, etc. These are used in many jewellery designs along with other stones. Zircon imitates diamond in many ways and is often used as a substitute for lower priced jewellery. They are very sparkly and refract rainbow colours when light falls on them. If you are looking for something that dazzles, then zircon jewellery would be the perfect pick for you.
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