A diamond ring is endearing to a woman for so many reasons. It can be an engagement or a wedding ring which represents true love, an inherited heirloom ring with sentimental value,  a piece of jewellery she gifted herself outside of any relationship, or just an elegant high-fashion statement that will not remain un-flaunted. If diamonds are your best friends, then why let grime, dirt and cracks happen to them? Those who wear their diamond rings on a regular basis, know that their rings sparkle a little less over a period of time. They stop looking as shiny as they… View Post

Read our in-depth guide on how to protect your precious pearl jewellery, clean stubborn stains and maintain so that it shines lustrously through the years. Pearls are a classic go-to jewellery choice for women. These iconic jewels are an essential part of every woman’s jewellery must-haves. Throughout the decades, these beautiful orbs from the sea have had their fair share of popularity and pomp, their trendiness waxing and waning as styles evolve and develop, but never disappearing completely. In fact, 2018 saw pearls coming back into fashion big time, as we predicted in our best earrings trends for 2018 article.… View Post

What pops into your head when you hear ‘kids’? Diaper rashes, toys, homework, playdates, candies and a whole lot of tantrums! But kids and jewellery? Hardly. You’d think that kids and jewellery are not particularly a good match. And you’d be right too. Kids, as kids should be, are playful and carefree, not particularly good at handling delicate items like jewellery. But think again. Kids, especially little girls, love to play dress-up and it won’t be long before they start taking interest in jewellery and even demanding you buy them their own. Parents from various cultures around the world adorn… View Post

Describing South Indian jewellery as ‘ornate’ would be accurate, but a gross oversimplification of what it really is. To South Indians, jewellery is deeply rooted in every aspect of their life tradition, religion, rituals, ceremonies, weddings, festivals and is perceived as a status symbol, the abundance and display of which is proportional to one’s success in society. South Indian jewellery styles and craftsmanship are traditional, grandiose and distinctive, clearly setting it apart from jewellery styles found in other states of India. Gold plays a central role in South Indian jewellery, followed by diamonds, pearls and kemp stones. Let’s take a… View Post

Gold jewellery never goes out of style, but 2018 has seen the biggest gold rush in recent years. Tribal, traditional, floral, vintage – no matter the theme, one common motto runs through the popular and best gold jewellery styles in 2018 – ‘Go big or go home’. Big and chunky bracelets, hoops, statement necklaces and  rings have ruled the ‘gold’ roost this year. We’ve rounded up a few raging hot gold jewellery trends that are causing a stir in 2018, keeping in mind party favourites across the globe as well as the upcoming Indian wedding season. Top 5 Global Gold… View Post

You love your silver jewellery and you know it to be precious, rare and beautiful. But from time to time you will find that its sheen is lost due to tarnishing or oxidization. If you do not clean tarnished silver, your cherished silver collection is likely to end up forgotten in a box or a shelf, never to be redeemed again. It doesn’t have to meet that sad fate. If you find yourself wondering how to clean silver jewellery, we bring you a detailed guide on everything you need to know about how to clean silver jewellery at home with… View Post

Gold jewellery is a woman’s ageless companion and an essential fashion statement. The strength, beauty and grandeur of gold make it a superior choice in the ornamental kingdom. Even though gold doesn’t tarnish as easily as silver, it does lose its shine every now and then. 24 karat pure gold is not likely to tarnish; however, in lower karats (18K and 22K), where the gold is mixed with other alloys (like silver and copper), tarnish, dullness and patina will surely set in over time. Understanding Tarnish In Gold Jewellery You may own three common types of gold jewellery: yellow gold,… View Post