|Description||Effortlessly stylish, chic, and cost effective oxidised silver jewellery. Oxidised silver jewellery with intricate enamel work and with delicate stones look doubly beautiful when set in oxidised silver. Expert craftsmanship and innovative designs on this|
|Style||Indo Western Jewellery|
Everyone wants to look like a diva and want to flaunt their trendiness and create own style statement wherever we go. In today’s world of fashion the attire and the jewellery you wear plays a important role when it comes to making a fashion statement. We always want the jewellery to be available at affordable rates. And hence at Kalapuri we try to make it available to our customers. To find the perfect amalgamation of beautiful unique designs with affordable pricing shop with Kalapuri.We have designs which will suit everyone’s personality and the budget.
We have traditional designs for conventional group as well as formal patterns for the professional class and have chic and dainty patterns for the teenagers and all those lovely women who are young at their heart.We have beautiful traditional patterns which you can flaunt wearing during weddings and festivals or special occasions. When looking for exclusive Indo Western Jewellery,Kalapuri is the best option you can opt for.We believe that the crafted jewellery provided by us are very unique and you must not miss a chance to wear this beautiful and intricate Jewellery provided by us.Also this is a one stop place where every woman from your home can like buying it. So pick up the right piece of jewellery for you and your loved one only from Kalapuri.com Costume jewelry, imitated jewelry; trinkets, fashion jewelry, junk jewelry, or fallalery is jewelry manufactured as ornamentation to complement a particular fashionable costume or garment as opposed to "real" (fine) jewelry, which may be regarded primarily as collectibles, keepsakes, or investments. Actually, costume or fashion jewelry was made of inexpensive simulated gemstones, such as rhinestones or lucite, set in pewter, silver, nickel, or brass. During the depression years, rhinestones were even down-graded by some manufacturers to lower the cost of production.
In the ancient times, precious metals like gold, silver and platinum were very commonly used to craft the jewels to be adorned by the royals. However, the commoners still stuck to copper, alpaca, iron and aluminium. But now-a-days vintage jewelry is available in a combination of the above metals, to suit the fashion requirements as well as the pocket of the adorner. Precious stones like sparkling rubies, lush emeralds, sapphires and crystal clear diamonds were studded to make these jewels look ornate. Also, semiprecious ones like topaz, tourmaline, and aquamarine were used to add a tinge of colour to these jewels. However, now synthetic stones, strass, enamel, marcasite and other semiprecious stones are being used in combination with the precious ones to make the jewels accessible and affordable to all.
During World War II era, sterling silver was often incorporated into costume jewelry designs primarily because: 1. The components used for base metal were needed for war time production (i.e., military applications) and so a ban was placed on their use in the private sector. 2. Base metal was originally popular because it could approximate platinum's color, sterling silver fulfilled the same usage. This resulted in a number of years during which sterling silver costume jewelry was produced and some can still be found in today's vintage jewelry marketplace all over the world. Modern costume jewelry incorporates a wide range of materials. High end crystals, cubic zirconia simulated diamonds, and some semi-precious stones are used against precious stones. Metals include gold- or silver-plated brass, and sometimes vermeil or sterling silver. Lower-priced jewelry may still use gold plating over pewter, nickel or other metals.Some pieces even incorporate plastic, acrylic, leather, or wood.
Costume jewelry has been part of our culture for almost 300 years. During the 18th century, jewelers began making pieces with inexpensive glasses. In the 19th century, costume jewelry made of semi-precious material then came into the market. Jewels made of semi-precious material were more affordable, and this affordability gave common people the chance to own the costume jewelry. But the actual golden era for the costume jewelry began in the middle of the 20th century. The new youth class wanted beautiful, but affordable jewelry. The demand for jewelry of this typethen coincided with the machine-age and the industrial revolution. The revolution made the production of carefully executed replicas of admired heir loom pieces then possible. Women in all social stations, even the working-class woman, could be able to own a small piece of costume jewelry. The average town and country woman both could acquire and wear a considerable amount of this mass-produced jewelry that was both affordable and stylish.
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