Types Of Jewellery 

Rings 

Three stone:

Three-stone diamond engagement rings, sometimes called trinity rings or trilogy rings, are rings with three matching diamonds set horizontally in a row with the bigger stone placed in the centre. The three diamonds represent the couple's past, present, and future. 

Bands:

A band ring is a simple circular band made of a precious metal. It is of the same width around the entire perimeter.

Floral:

A ring featuring a flower pattern.

Cocktail:

A large, dramatic ring that is generally a statement piece.

Couple Bands:

These are rings that are designed to match one another, as if they were part of a set. One ring is meant for the bride and the other for the groom. However, couple bands can also be purchased individually – they do not necessarily need to be bought as a set.

Trinity:

Three-stone diamond engagement rings, sometimes called trinity rings or trilogy rings, are rings with three matching diamonds set horizontally in a row with the bigger stone placed in the centre. The three diamonds represent the couple's past, present, and future.

Halo:

A ring with smaller diamonds encircling the centre stone, thereby drawing attention to the centre stone.

Lightweight:

A delicate ring that is especially designed to be affordable, as it uses less precious metals or very small diamonds.

Composite:

A composite diamond ring is made of of 7-8 smaller diamonds set in a way to give the look of a solitaire.

Eternity:

An eternity ring, also known as an infinity ring, is a lady's ring comprising a bandof precious metal set with a continuous line of identically cut diamonds. It is said to symbolize never-ending love.

Love Knot:

A love knot ring, also known as a celtic knot ring or an infinity ring, feature a band that is shaped like a either a single knot or a series of knots. These rings signify the knot of eternal love.

Solitaire:

A ring with a single diamond setting.

 

Earrings

Studs:

A small earring that lies flat against the earlobe and does not dangle.

Drops:

Drop earrings hang just below the earlobe and are stationary or move very little.

Hoops:

An earring in the form of a circular band.

Lightweight:

Earrings that are light and delicate, crafted especially for affordability.

Jhumkhis:

Jhumkas or Jhumkis are striking and exotic earrings designed in the form of a bell.

Detachable:

For those who do not have their ears pierced, detachable earrings are also known as clip-on earrings because they can be attached and detached with a clip.

Chandbalis:

These are a traditional Indian style earrings shaped like a crescent moon.

 

Pendants

Floral:

A pendant featuring a flower pattern.

Lightweight:

A delicate pendant that is made witha lesser quantity of precious metals and smaller diamonds, making it highly affordable.

 

Mangalsutra

A necklace worn by a married Hindu woman to symbolise her marital status. The word comes from Sanskrit mangala, meaning "holy or auspicious" and sutra, meaning "thread".

 

Jewellery Care

Diamond jewellery is an investment that we would like to pass down to future generations. To ensure that your jewellery remains as beautiful as it was the day you received it, it is important to take good care of it. Here, we present ways to care for various types of jewellery.

 

Diamonds

Cleaning:

Check for loose settings and prongs before cleaning your jewellery to ensure that it does not dislodge. Then, rinse the piece in a bowl of warm water, gently using your fingers or a soft toothbrush to clean. To remove stubborn dirt, try a soft toothbrush or another soft bristle brush. Rinse the piece with water and dry it with a soft cloth before storing. To maintain the brilliance of your jewellery, you should have it professionally cleaned by a jeweller once a year.

Storing:

Because of their hard surface, diamonds can easily scratch other pieces of jewellery and should therefore be stored separately.

Unsecure Stones:

If you find that a diamond has loosened from its setting, immediately stop wearing that piece of jewellery and take it to a professional jeweller for repair as soon as possible.

 

Platinum

Cleaning

The simplest way to clean your platinum is with a solution of warm water and mild soap in a small bowl. While underwater, use a soft toothbrush to gently scrape the surface. Dry and polish with a soft cloth.

Storing

Store your pieces in individual pouches to protect them from scratching. Contact with nail files and other sharp objects can cause surface scratches.

 

Gold

Cleaning

Gold pieces are relatively easy to clean. Rinse the piece in a bowl of warm water, gently using your fingers or a soft toothbrush to clean. Use a toothbrush to remove dirt. Rinse the piece with water and dry it with a soft cloth before storing.

Storing

Store your pieces in individual pouches or boxes to protect them from scratches.

 

Silver

Cleaning

Gently clean your pieces using a soft cloth and silver polish.

Storing

Store your silver jewellery in a cool and dry place, in individual pouches or boxes that will protect them from scratches.