Jewellery consists of decorative items like brooches, rings, necklaces, earrings, pendants, bracelets, and cufflinks, worn for personal adornment. It can be worn on the body or attached to the clothes. Wide range of materials like amber, coral, precious metals beads, and shells are used to make fine piece of Handcrafted Jewellery.
Jewellery tools manufacturers produce different sets of tools such as jewellery cutting tools, flywheel tools, etc., which play a very significant role in the process of jewellery making.
In most cultures, jewellery plays an important role in enhancing your status symbol.
There are varied jewellery categories based on culture, fashion and styles, they are as follows:
- Enamel Jewellery
In jewellery, enamel is a decorative coating applied to metal. It’s a powder with a similar texture as baby powder, which is fused to metals with high temperatures. If the enamel is heated for a longer period of time, it can last longer and the quality of the piece will be higher. These kinds of jewellery comes with a wide range of colours and styles. You can use this jewellery to create your own unique style.
- Diamond Jewellery
Diamond jewellery comes in all kinds of classic pieces and designs. Many girls wear diamond as a part of their wedding, they don’t say diamonds are girl’s best friend for nothing! It has its own durability, luminosity and unique styles. Diamond jewellery is available in diamond rings, bracelets, earrings, necklaces, etc. Diamond is mostly about 99.95% carbon and the balance 0.05% can include one or more trace elements.
- Gold Jewellery
Gold jewellery is a yellow precious metal, used in jewellery since long before the beginning of recorded history. Pure gold is too soft, shiny, bright yellow and easily shaped. To gain strength, durability and hardness, gold is alloyed with a mixture of silver, copper and a trace of zinc. Pure gold will last for many generations. Gold purity is expressed in Karat, different gold karat ratings are 24k, 22k, 18k & 14K. 24K is the highest pure quality gold.
- Silver Jewellery
Silver jewellery is a very soft, ductile and malleable metal. It comes in different forms like charms, earrings, necklaces, pendants, bangles, bracelets, brooches, rings, toe rings, ankle chains etc. Commonly used silver are sterling silver, pure silver and silver plate. Sterling silver is made up of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% copper. Pure silver is 99.9% silver and 0.1% is made up of slight trace elements, and is identified by the hallmark jewellery. Silver plate is essentially a thin layer of silver coated over another base metal, usually copper.
- Shell Jewellery
Shell jewellery is primarily made of seashell, it’s a type of shellcraft. Initially the concept was originated in the Philippines, where all kinds of shell boxes were made and used for storing jewellery pieces. Shell jewellery earrings in bright colours goes great with stylish festive ethnic wear for any festive season. Shell jewellery is available in different forms like bracelets, earrings, necklaces with lots of beads, etc. Making a shell jewellery is a cost-effective process, and thus they are an economical choice worldwide.