Jewellery types and material

Jewellery Accessories

Jewellery cabinet

The jewellery cabinet where you keep the collection is similar to that of shoes. You often have the feeling that you never have enough, and you always miss the right pieces of jewellery when you need them. People often buy new rings, bracelets, earrings and chains, but it is crucial to be able to store these great pieces properly at home. For many women, a jewellery cabinet is a right solution, because it offers enough space to store the jewellery appropriately and clearly. For jewellery lovers are those who are looking for unique engagement rings, must to see the latest collection.

The jewellery cabinets are available in various designs. A cabinet with larger dimensions naturally requires some space, since this is a separate piece of furniture. There are models that you can hang on the wall and have an elongated door with a mirror that provides additional value to the cabinet. Other models are built like chests of drawers in miniature format. These are available in all conceivable sizes and designs. The choice of materials for the jewellery cabinet is also very diverse. They are available in solid wood, MDF boards, a mix of materials or high-quality plastic. The colours vary from white or black to colorful patterns or a combination of different colours. This ensures that there is a suitable jewellery cabinet for every interior. In terms of price, the cabinets for jewellery are in the two- to three-digit range.

Outfits and occasions

From the aesthetics point of view, you can summarize all the objects that serve to beautify something under the overall term jewellery. It played a role from the very beginning of human culture. Various materials people used to use 100,000 years ago, such as bones or shells to beautify themselves and their clothing. Modern jewellery, on the other hand, usually consists of precious metals such as platinum, silver or gold. Using delicate craftsmanship, people then turn these materials into valuable pieces of jewellery.

Jewellery by types

The types of jewellery are incredibly diverse and different. There is jewellery in different forms, such as cufflinks, watches, bands, rings or chains. In addition, you can wear jewellery on various parts of the body, whether nose, ears, mouth, head, neck, feet, fingers, arms or the neck. The possibilities are also vast about the material used. A first distinction is usually made here between jewellery that people make from stainless steel, silver or gold. It will help you high if you consider all of these criteria when it comes to the precise categorization of a piece of jewellery.

1. Pearl jewellery

Because there is a wide variety of different pearls, there is also a significant variation in pearl jewellery. Pearl jewellery is always trendy and is widely used all over the world. There are, therefore, countries such as Australia, China and Japan that specialize in pearl farming.

2. Sapphire jewellery

One type of gemstone that is a variation of the Klorund mineral is sapphire. It belongs to the same family as the popular Ruby. The spectrum of the colours of the sapphire ranges from a weak punk to deep blue shade. The different colours are derived from the different proportions of iron, titanium and chrome in the gem.

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3. Rhinestone jewellery

The term rhinestone jewellery means pieces of jewellery that jewelers trim with stones that make from the cut lead glass. These make very high light refraction possible, which gives the impression of real gemstones.

4. Dearest jewellery

The term Dearest jewellery encompasses jewellery on which people arrange different gemstones differently. This form of jewellery originally comes from England. Many laypeople are not aware of the importance of the so-called Dearest jewellery.

In the correct order, the letters of the gemstones that people use, give the expression dearest. Translated from English, this word means “the most expensive” or “the dearest”. Here, of course, it depends on the English name of the stones. The correct arrangement looks like this: Diamond, Emerald, Amethyst, Ruby, Emerald, Emerald, Sapphires and Topaz.

5. Engraving jewellery

Jewellery that has an extraordinary meaning is engraving jewellery. As a rule, in addition to its material value, this jewellery represents above all a tremendous ideal good. For the owner, this jewellery is linked to a special and personal statement, since a certain pattern or individual information incorporates into the engraving jewellery. If someone commissioned the engraving piece of jewellery, then it is an excellent proof of the affection for that person.

Since the jewellery shows a high-quality character, this affection is always preserved and speaks for an extraordinarily meaningful connection. There are some motifs of engraving jewellery that are very popular, such as special dates, abbreviations, initials or names. The anniversary of a couple is often happily immortalized in the jewellery of a couple. The well-known wedding rings in the context of a wedding are also part of the engraving jewellery.

Jewellery by material

Gold Jewellery

Gold jewellery is the jewellery that is made from the most popular and well-known material in the world. For thousands of years, people have been using gold to make decorative ornaments. No wonder, because gold has both a high material value and visual appeal. Gold is very rare on Earth, which is what makes it so valuable. In addition, gold shines in a unique way, making it particularly aesthetic and attractive.

Gold jewellery is available in countless different designs, such as anklets, cufflinks, watches, bracelets, earrings, chains or rings. The great advantage you can have from gold jewellery is that it never rusts or tarnishes. The color of the gold is always preserved. In its purest form, gold is very soft, so you can process it better if you use it in an alloy.

Silver jewelry

The term silver means all the jewellery that you make from silver and use for aesthetic adornment. Thus, silver jewellery can include earrings, cufflinks, beads, charms, buttons, hoops, chains and rings. The material that manufacturers mainly use here is high-quality silver.

You can divide Silver jewellery into different categories. Silver jewellery is available for different areas of the body, such as the ear, mouth, nose, neck, ankle, wrist, or finger. There are various jewellery items available that people make from silver such as bands, rings or chains. Jewelers often use high-quality silver for jewellery like Christening chains, wedding rings or other pieces of jewellery that people intend for a special occasion. However, it appears reserved and yet noble.

Stainless steel jewelry

All objects that you use for aesthetic purposes and you make them from stainless steel come under stainless steel jewellery. The look of stainless steel is excellent and, like gold, this material cannot rust. Although various steels are stainless, steels but all of them have a   special quality feature. Often the certain characteristic is rust-free. However, a precise classification is not yet possible because there are also steels that do not rust but do not fall under the stainless steel category.

Stainless steel jewellery you wear is always rustproof, and you can use it for a long time without the surface of the piece of jewellery losing its attractiveness. The look of stainless steel jewellery is modern, shiny and robust, which makes the stainless steel jewellery look youthful and trendy.

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