Caring For Your Jewellery

While you are planning to invest in exquisite pieces from our collection, it is also important to understand how to care and protect them in order retain their beauty and spark forever.

We suggest you to store your treasured jewellery in its own box or pouch to prevent scratching, chipping and entanglement. Jewellery boxes that feature separate padded slots for rings and posts for hanging necklaces and bracelets are also suitable.

Prolonged exposure to heat and sudden temperature can fade or damage some gemstones as the jewellery becomes prone to oxidation.It can even fracture gems or create tiny cracks. Thus, your jewellery should be stored in a dry place away from humidity, moisture and extreme temperatures.

Daily chemicals such as hairspray, perfume, cosmetics can discolour precious metals (gold, silver and platinum) and can also damage the surface of the delicate gems so don’t forget to remove your fine jewellery when washing up or showering. When dressing, your jewellery should always be put on last.

Simple method of cleaning your jewellery with a soft and lint-free cloth can do wonders. Most coloured gems can be cleaned with warm water, mild dish soap (no detergents) and a soft brush. However, avoid using liquid cleaners for carved silver jewellery as the liquid dries into the engraving.

It is advised to treat your stone jewellery, especially those featuring Rose Cut Diamonds and Kundan with extra care and make sure it is not in regular contact with hard surfaces which can damage the delicate settings of the piece.

By following these simple and easy steps, you can surely maintain the radiance of your precious jewellery collection for years to come.

EMERALD

Emerald defines new class and elegance and are therefore considered as one of the most sought-after gemstones in the jewellery market. Famously known as Panna, this valuable gemstone is a subordinate of a mineral called Beryl and gets its green colouring from trace amounts of chromium and vanadium. Fine emeralds are found in Zambia, Brazil, Madagascar, Pakistan, India, Afghanistan, Russia while the best ones are found in Columbia.

Emerald is the divine stone of Goddess Venus and is also known as ‘The Healer’s Stone’ because it is capable of bringing emotional and spiritual balance to the wearer. It is a perfect gift for those born in May as is the sacred stone of the planet Mercury and thought to be beneficial for love and wisdom. Emerald supports good health, wealth, happiness and also said to reduce mental stress and regulate blood circulation.

Thus, this precious tone is used by the people from different walks of life as it can render benefits even when worn with other stones with the suggestion of a person who is well versed within the field of Vedic astrology.

RUBY

For centuries, Ruby has been on the forefront of luxury and royalty because of its inherent beauty. The word ruby comes from the Latin word ‘rubens’ which means red and in Sanskrit, it is known by the name of ‘ratnaraj, meaning the king of gems. It is made of corundum and its colour ranges from rich darkish red to pigeon blood red and pinkish red, depending on the trace amounts of chromium. Thailand is one of the leading hubs for ruby mining and production, with other countries like Madagascar, Sri Lanka and India.

Ruby is the birthstone for July and is also a traditional gift for those celebrating 15th and 40th anniversaries. Due to its red colour, it is often associated with courage and passion of love and ensures harmony, confidence and success to the wearer. Many people believe that Ruby can improve blood circulation and purge the body of toxins to restore youth and vitality. Bible associates Ruby with beauty and wisdom, while ancient folklores of India relate it to peace and harmony. Thus, this precious stone is beneficial for all dimensions of life and is a worthy investment.

BLUE SAPPHIRE

One of the most durable gemstone is Blue Sapphire which is known as NeelamRatna in Hindi. A great number of this gemstone come either from Australia or from Thailand while it is also located in India, Burma, Ceylon, Vietnam, Brazil and Africa. Sapphire gets its colour from trace elements in mineral corundum and it is turned to Blue Sapphire when it contains iron and titanium. Some of them also have a starbusteffect, giving them the name ‘Star Sapphires’.

In Middle ages, it was believed that Sapphire protect its wearer from evil and can cure eye diseases. It has been used to symbolize nobility and faithfulness. Blue Sapphire has been associated with royalty and its durability makes it an excellent choice for regal jewellery designs. In fact, Princess Diana wore a Blue Sapphire as an engagement ring, which has now been passed down to Kate Middleton. It is a perfect gift for September born or for those celebrating 5th, 10th, 12th, 16th, 45th anniversaries.s

Thus, become part of the royalty and invest in a Blue Sapphire today !

YELLOW SAPPHIRE

Yellow Sapphire is an incredible gemstone which possesses a soothing colour and various benefits. It belongs to the corundum family and is also called the Pukhraj stone. High quality of Yellow Sapphire gemstones are sourced from Sri Lanka but is very famous in countries like Australia, Burma, Brazil, India and Russia.

In Astrology, Yellow Sapphire is considered as one of the most prominent stone which is strongly influenced by the planet, Jupiter. It is associated with knowledge, wealth, relationships, immune system and believed to bring peace and prosperity. While it is September birthstone, it is also considered beneficial for Pisces and Sagittarius ascendants.

Wearing a Yellow Sapphire can bring better clarity and focus, along with immense wealth and fame in the wearer’s life. So invest in this beautiful gemstone today !

TURQUOISE

One of the world’s oldest gemstone is Turquoise which has been used in jewellery for centuries. While it can be found in various shades of blue, the finest colour is an intense blue that is uniform throughout the gem. The name ‘turquoise’ is derived from the French word ‘turqueise’, meaning ‘Turkish Stone’ as it was first transported to Europe via a Turkish nation. The deposits of Turquoise can be found in Afghanistan, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, China, Tanzania and the most valuable ones are situated in Northeast Iran.

Turquoise is the birthstone for the month of December and those celebrating 11th anniversary. In many cultures, this gemstone has been considered as a holy stone that can bring good fortune and help achieving a higher state of consciousness. It is also believed to protect the wearer from threatening events and unnatural death.

Thus, Turquoise is the stone of protection and wealth with its soothing colour and texture.

AQUAMARINE

Popularly known and recognized for its beautiful blue colour, Aquamarine has been used in decorative jewellery and protective amulets for ages. The colour of this gemstone ranges from sea-foam green to blue-green to teal. The name ‘aquamarine’ is derived from the Latin word ‘aqua marina’ which means ‘sea water’ referring to the stone’s sea-like colour. The most valuable Aquamarines are mined in Columbia and Brazil and can be found in Kenya, Zambia, Afghanistan, Russia too.

Aquamarine is the birthstone for the month of March and also known as the gem for 19th anniversary. It is believed to be a powerful meditation tool which can reduce anxiety and calm the nerves. It is a member of the beryl family and considered to reawaken love, increase courage and kindle friendships.

Not just for the wearer, but Aquamarine is a favourite choice for designers too. It can easily be used in contemporary jewellery designs and allows freedom in artistic expression.

GARNET

Garnet is used in a variety of jewellery designs- from radiant rings to stunning tiaras. The word ‘garnet’ is derived from the Greek word ‘granatum’, which means seed of pomegranate, in reference to the deep red colour of the gemstone (even though it comes in various colours). It is found majorly in African countries and also in Czech Republic, Greece, India, Sri Lanka and the United States. The origins of this durable gemstone can even be found as far back as the Bronze Age.

Garnet is the birthstone for January as it signifies the traits like loyalty, kinship, strong spirit of the people born in this month. The green coloured Garnet is believed to be a symbol of prosperity and success. If you are bothered by any negative thoughts, then you can consider wearing this ‘Gem of Faith’ as it might replace it with positive changes and enhance your confidence.

Express your care and affection by gifting a Garnet ring or pendant to your loved one today !

PERIDOT

Peridot is the gem-quality form of the mineral olivine and is the national gemstone for Egypt. With its olive green colour, Peridot is often found in vintage and antique statement jewellery pieces as it is one of the oldest gemstone. The best places to find this gemstone is Myanmar, China, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Kenya.

Peridot is the official birthstone of the month August and traditionally gifted on a 16th wedding anniversary. Ancient Romans admired the vibrant tone of this gemstone and even referred it to as ‘the emerald of the evening’ because unlike emeralds, Peridot did not darken at night and shimmered under candlelight. It was also believed to aid marital happiness, negate ego and enhance positive energy by warding off the evil spirits.

Thus, incorporate this gemstone of love and passion into your summer styles and enhance the overall look with its bright colour.

TOURMALINE

Tourmaline is one of the most colourful and highly valuable gemstone in the jewellery industry. The name ‘tourmaline’ is derived from Sinhalese (Sri Lanka) and means ‘stone of mixed colours’. It is mined in Africa, Afghanistan, Australia, Brazil, Kenya, Nigeria, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Tanzania and Zimbabwe. The most expensive Tourmalines are the blue indicolite, green verdelite and pink rubellite.

Tourmaline is the official birthstone for October, Zodiac sign of Leo and can be gifted to those celebrating 8th wedding anniversary. This gemstone had been a valuable part of ancient medicine as it was believed to strengthen the mind and spirit, heal the nervous system and promote creative expression. Ancient legend states that Tourmaline travelled along a rainbow and gathered all the rainbow’s colours and thus it is found in all that colours.

So, infuse some vibrancy into your look by preferring Tourmaline for your next jewellery design.

MOONSTONE

Moonstone is a favourite gemstone of all jewellers because of its glowing sheen and soft colour. It is a mineral of the orthoclase feldspar group and the name Moonstone refers to the gem’s unique moon-like visual display. All colour versions of the Moonstone have a blueish tint. Its deposits can be found in Sri Lanka, Brazil, India, Germany, Tanzania, Mexico, Australia and the United States.

Moonstone is the birthstone of June and can be gifted to those celebrating 3rd wedding anniversary as it is believed to bring good fortune, love and affection to wearer. This gemstone is also blessed with healing properties like enhancing intuition, balancing emotions, encouraging peace and harmony. In times of ‘Art Nouveau’, Moonstone was quite popular and was used to decorate various pieces of gemstone jewellery which are typically found in museums.

Today, Moonstone is preferred for engagement rings and mostly cut into cabochon shapes as it highlights gemstone’s opaqueness and shine.

TANZANITE

Tanzanite is a form of a mineral zoisite and is blue in colour due to the presence of small amounts of vanadium within the mineral. Since, the world’s only known Tanzanite deposit of commercial importance is in northern Tanzania, its name reflects the gem’s limited geographic origin. This gemstone was discovered in 1967 and credited to Manuel de Souza, a local tailor of Indian origin.

In 2002, Tanzanite was declared as the birthstone of December and celebrated as ‘the gemstone of the 20th century.’ It is also considered unique for its multidimensional colours and believed to have the power to activate positive energies and support metaphysical healing. It is associated to good luck, prosperity and celebration of new life and is recognized as an heirloom due to its limited supply and rarity.

Before investing in Tanzanite, one should remember that it less suited for use in a ring and best suited for earrings and pendants which will not encounter abrasion and impact.

MALACHITE

Malachite has a unique ornamental look due its dark and light green banded areas which is hard to find in other gemstones. Its name is derived from the Greek word ‘malache’ which means ‘mallow’ because the colour of this stone is similar to that of a mallow leaf. Malachite is also known by its trade name the peacock stone. It can be found in Germany, France, Australia, Zaire, Chile but it seldom occurs in large quantities.

Malachite is cut into cabochons and beads when used in brooches, earrings, pendants and tie pins, as it is unsuitable for faceting and regular wear. In ancient times, this gorgeous stone was considered for carvings of churches and cathedrals while Victorians preferred Malachite for their gold jewellery pieces. It is believed that Malachite can stimulate one’s insight and assist in clearing past negative experiences and influences as it promotes inner peace, prosperity, harmony, love and hope. In terms of health benefits, it can prevent vertigo, travel sickness and enhance the immune system.

Thus, you can wear Malachite occasionally by considering it for your exclusive jewellery pieces.

BLACK ONYX

Black Onyx is popular amongst jewellery makers due to its mystical beauty and its ability to enhance the aesthetics of any jewellery item. It is a part of quartz mineral group and is a layered stone with fine texture and black colour. Onyx is found in Mexico, Arizona and Algeria.

Black Onyx is the birthstone for the month of December and zodiac sign of Leo and can also be considered as a gift for those celebrating 7th and 10th wedding anniversary. In ancient times, people believed that this beautiful gemstone can assist in the development if a person’s emotion, physical strength and stamina as it was associated with individual’s personal chakra. Black Onyx renders happiness and good fortune to the wearer, thus allowing him to become the master of his own future. In India, it is associated with the planet Saturn and is used to ward off the ‘evil eye’ and harmful spells.

You can consider Black Onyx for your sterling silver jewellery pieces as the colour contrast will provide a striking appearance.

CITRINE

Citrine belongs to the quartz group of gemstones and is often appreciated for its excellent transparency. Today, almost all Citrine that is available in the market is heat-treated amethyst with colour ranging from dark orange-brown to reddish-brown while natural Citrine can be pale yellow or pale orange. It can be found in Brazil and Central Africa.

Citrine is recognized as the birthstone for the month of November and preferred gift for those celebrating 13th wedding anniversary. It is associated with wealth and prosperity and is also called the ‘Merchant Stone’ as shopkeepers keep this beautiful gem in their lockers to maximize profits. In ancient times, Chinese emperors believed that Citrine jewellery would increase intellectual capabilities and broaden the mind to help them achieve success over enemies. This ‘Stone of Success’ is suggested by astrologers to those who are planning to embark into a creative field like journalism, media and entertainment. It is also thought to improve the working of heart, kidney, digestive tract, liver and assist in maintaining a positive thought process.

Handcrafted jewellery featuring Citrine is admired among the women while you can also consider combining it with yellow gold to accentuate the exquisiteness of this gemstone.

PEARL

Pearl with its timeless beauty and elegance has always managed to captivate people’s attention and also referred as ‘Queen of Jewels’. It varies in colour from white to those with a hint of colour, often pink, to brown or black. There are various types of pearls like natural pearls, freshwater pearls, black pearls and baroque pearls. Freshwater and saltwater pearls are cultivated in Japan and China.

Pearl is considered to be the birthstone of Month June, along with Sun sign Gemini and Cancer. You can even gift this to your spouse on the occasion of 15th or 30th wedding anniversary as it is thought to be the stone of calmness and tenderness. Pearl is believed to render power of love, money, protection, luck and hence it was worn as an ornament by royal families in ancient times. In terms of health benefits, it is considered to be effective in combating depression and mental anxiety.

Thus, Pearl is one of the most coveted gemstone as it has been representing beauty and prosperity for centuries.

CORAL

Coral is an extraordinary stone with pretty solid colours and varieties like black coral and red coral which is the most desirable form. It ranges in colour from pinkish red to deep blood red and is usually used as cabochons and beads. The best quality of red coral is found in Japan and Italy, however it is delicate and needs special care.

In Indian Astrology, Coral is believed to ward off the hurdles like cruelness and anger caused due to the malefic position of Mars and bestow the wearer with mental energy, increased lifespan, marital happiness and youth. Romans wore it as an amulet during wars as protection while Tibetan believed it to be a healing stone.

Coral can instantly enhance the glow of your jewellery and also render strength and vigour in any situation at the same time.

OPAL

Opal is one of the most unique, radiant and beautiful gemstone which is designated as the birthstone of month October and for 14th wedding anniversary. It is the national gemstone of Australia and can be classified into varieties like white opal, black opal, fire opal, boulder opal and crystal opal.

The play of colour in Opal determines its value, along with brilliance and size. Ancient Romans considered it as a sign of hope and good fortune while Greeks were convinced that it had prophetic powers. Opal was also important for royal families as it was Queen Victoria’s favourite gemstone due to its mystic and regal appearance.

Since Opal contains 10% of water, the discovery of this gemstone on Mars led scientists believe that water may have been found on the planet. Thus, it is considered as a lucky stone for all realms and situations and a prominent choice for fashion enthusiasts.

DIAMOND

The most spectacular gemstone of all time is Diamond, which was formed even before the age of dinosaurs and composed of a single element- 100% carbon. It is considered to be one of the hardest natural materials known to man and can be rarely found in different shades of red, blue, pink, yellow, orange, black and green. Most of the brilliant kind of diamonds originate from the mines in Canada, Botswana, Namibia and Russia.

Pretty ladies born in April should surely invest in a Diamond as it the birthstone of that month and also associated with love and romance. Romans and Greeks believed that this radiant gemstone originated from the tears of Gods or splinters from falling stars while Ancient Hindus used it in the eyes of devotional statues in order to protect them from danger. Diamond was also thought to have healing properties to cure various ailments and render courage and strength to the wearer.

Thus, diamond is the most desirable gemstone in the jewellery industry as it defines power, love, elegance and royalty.

ROSE QUARTZ

Rose Quartz is preferred by many jewellery enthusiasts due to its beauty and durability and also the fact that it can be found in large quantities. The colour of this gemstone ranges from a very light pink to a rich translucent pink and is usually used as cabochons and beads to make its colour more evident. Rose Quartz is found in abundance in many deposits in Brazil, South Africa, India, Sri Lanka, Mozambique and Madagascar.

Rose Quartz, also called the ‘Love Stone’ symbolizes unconditional love for oneself, family and romantic partner. It is the birthstone of month January and spreads positivity relating to happiness, warmth and emotional health. You can even heal from pains, fears and traumas with the help of this gemstone as it has a calming and soothing effect on the wearer. You should also consider wearing Rose Quartz if you are planning to start a new business or project to incur financial benefits.

Hence, Rose Quartz is definitely beneficial for those looking for love or dealing with a heartbreak.

AMETHYST

Once revered as the ‘jewel of the gods’, Amethyst symbolizes sincerity and sacred love. It is a member of mineral quartz family with colour ranging from sparkling lilac to regal deep violet. Since it renders happiness, humility and wealth to the wearer, you can gift it to those born in February or those celebrating 6th wedding anniversary. The majority of Amethyst deposits come from Brazil and Uruguay and it is also the official gemstone of the province of Ontario.

The ancient Greeks believed that Amethyst would protect them from getting drunk while Egyptian soldiers would wear it in battle in order to retain their courage. Even Leonardo da Vinci thought that this gemstone had the power to control evil thoughts and streamline one’s thinking. Hence, Amethyst was used to adorn the richest and most powerful rulers and to create emblems during the Middle Ages.

Amethyst has been a favourite gemstone for both historians and jewellers due to its beauty and mystical properties.

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