Do you prefer silver jewellery over gold or platinum? Silver is a majestic metal worn by royalty even in ancient times. It is highly ductile & was preferred by ancient royal artisans for use as jewellery. Though silver tarnishes when exposed to ozone, modern mining and purification techniques enable jewellery designers to use silver as jewellery without long term tarnishing. Silver is malleable, though slightly harder than gold, making it the ideal choice for handcrafted jewellery even in modern times.
Silver bracelets are the latest Must- Have fashion statement that lets you show off your style quotient without spending too much money. Modern techniques including rhodium plating, ensures that the 925 silver remains untarnished and lustrous as new for decades to come. Most Indian wedding rings are made from 22k gold, platinum wedding bands are still seen as a premium luxury with no real worth. If you really want the lustrous effect of platinum without the expensive bill, then opt for white gold or silver wedding rings.
Most Indian wedding rings are worn on special occasions or while going out. If you’re tempted to wear your silver or white gold wedding rings at home, while doing your housework, the chemicals and detergents will damage the polishing on your silver or white gold wedding rings.
Autumn/ Winter 2013 Fashion Shows in Paris, New York & Mumbai have shown a marked trend towards silver bracelets with blingy white zircons. Imported from Europe & North America, these white & coloured zircons bring down the cost of the silver bracelets, earrings and pendants, while retaining their scintillating, diamond-like quality.
If you’re starting out on your first job & want to gift your sisters & mother a pair of diamond earrings or platinum & diamond necklace, but you just found out how expensive it is, go in for silver bracelets with white cubic zircons instead. The highly polished Sterling Silver gives an impression of lustrous platinum- we’re so sure of the quality that the Silver is backed by a 10 year warranty.
Our silver Indian wedding rings are made to international standards as well, with 925 parts silver and 75 copper, which gives the silver an eternal shine. Expanding your silver jewellery collection to satisfy, and including a lot more in-house brands and signature collections delivers a sense of exclusiveness to your ensemble.