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

Indian weddings are known to be grand affairs with multiple ceremonies and celebrations lasting days. The guest lists go into the hundreds and even thousands, and every detail of each function is intricately planned by the bride and groom and their parents to ensure that their family and friends have a gala time. From the food to the decor, dance routines to seating arrangements, the effort and expense that goes into a traditional Indian wedding is intense; but a wedding pulled off with aplomb is priceless to the married couple. It is a great celebration of love and the joining… View Post

Is yellow gold more expensive than white? Should you pay extra for a pink or rose gold jewel? What exactly gives each metal its unique colour and how do they differ from each other? We answer these questions and more in this article to help you make the best decision when purchasing different colors of gold jewellery. Coloured Golds Explained What is Yellow Gold? A common misconception about yellow gold is that it is unadulterated with other metals. However, yellow gold used in jewellery is often an alloy that mixes in percentages of zinc and copper to keep the material… View Post

Preetika C.’s fiancé thought he was buying a great quality diamond to be set into a ring he designed for his to-be wife. But though the ring was beautiful, something about the stone wasn’t quite right. Preetika says, “I don’t have too much experience with diamonds but knew that its sparkle wasn’t matched to its price tag. So I took it to another jeweler who confirmed that it was a sub-par diamond for which we had been charged almost double the market value for.” The couple had to unmount and replace the stone. Preetika adds, “It was really quite disappointing… View Post