A day without SILVER is a day without sunshine

A day without SILVER is a day without sunshine

Silver jewellery has made it big recently - it has a bright white feel and a lustrous, shiny aura. It seems to be even more popular than gold jewellery these days! Fashion conscious people mainly concentrate on handmade silver jewellery because they can explore their creative and innovative side. Silver jewellery finds its place high up in the segment of new age jewellery. This kind of jewellery can be perfectly complemented with diamonds and rubies. Some silver jewellery is also finished with rhodium which is also used in finishing white gold.

There is a wide range of jewellery made of silver, varying from necklaces,earrings,rings to toe rings ,anklets etc. Silver also comes in different forms and types such as Turkish silver, matt finish ,rhodium polish, etc. Turkish silver earrings combined with turquoise, red gems, green stone, cracked amethyst , and pearls adds glamour to the dresses or gives an outstanding look.

Silver jewellery has even integrated with fashion industry on a enormous scale and its demand is growing day by day. Jewellery designers are coming out with modern and trendy designs of jewellery to enhance appeal and increase sales on their brand identity. Modern lines of jewellery ensures that the customer gets a unique piece of radiance to wear.

Different geometric, floral, bow, striped, engraved and vintage designs available. Some are stone studded, some are beaded, and some are carved and crafted in different shapes and sizes. Silver danglers or chandeliers give a gorgeous look during traditional occasions or festivals. Silver chandeliers or “jhumkas” give a very ethnic look and they can be paired up with ‘kurtas’ and jeans or ‘salwars’.

Silver is a favourite metal where anklets are concerned. Anklets play an important role in the Indian marriages and are an item of jewellery that dates back to early history – the Egyptians were the first people to wear such jewellery it is believed. They are known as “payals” in India and are mainly worn by new born to 2 year old babies. Silver also finds great prominence in necklaces. Silver necklaces should be very elegant, sleek and simple as it catches the attention of people. A long chain would draw attention to the bust and a small neck piece would draw attention or concentrate on the face.

A combination of beaded crochet necklace made from crochet lace of silver and freshwater pearls would out-do any diamond or pure gold jewellery item. So to conclude, we say that women and men should explore other jewellery options - there is more to jewellery than gold.

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