Indians have always loved jewellery. It is no wonder then that our country is the world’s largest gold consumer. But with gold prices sky rocketing over the past few years, the precious metal is thought of more as an investment, rather than as raw material for jewellery.
On account of higher prices, there has been a sudden spurt in demand for semi-precious stones and fashion jewellery. Fashion is a huge industry in itself, and thanks to social media, there is an increasing requirement to match jewellery with outfits. Easy affordability of semi-precious jewellery has further helped many a fashionista keep abreast with changing trends. This sector has, therefore, made exponential gains.
It is important, however, to keep a keen eye when selecting and buying semi-precious jewellery, or fashion jewellery for that matter. There is a huge market for imitation jewellery, and unless one is well informed, one can be easily duped. A suggested tip is to look for semi-precious jewellery that is handcrafted with a quality finish.
With the festive season’s onset, one can shop for statement pieces made in gold patra, especially imitation kundan pieces embedded with semi-precious stones. Traditional Indian jewellery designs have always been a rage. They also go best with traditional outfits that one usually wears for such occasions.
Some pieces that are absolute must-haves in jewellery collections are listed below.
Statement neckpiece in multi coloured natural druzzy stones
Pendant made in navratana stones
A bracelet in black onyx, rose quartz and green fluoride.
‘Chandbalis’ are semi-precious ruby and emerald pieces set in a gold patra
Maang tikka comprising pure pearls set in a gold patra
A choker in imitation polki with green onyx drops
Prices are available on request.
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