History of bangles
Decorative ornaments called bangles have over the centuries acquired a cultural, social and religious significance. This decorative accessory for arms has also numerous references to the literary texts. It is also symbol of marriage amongst women in India. Bangles are executed in different materials and different regions of India have distinct style of bangle making.
Bangles enhance the feminine grace and beauty of the woman manifolds. The bronze figure in Indus Valley Civilization is shown with bangles adoring her entire arm. Even the Yakshinis are depicted wearing bangles. Kadambari penned down by Banabhatt has a reference to Goddess Saraswati shown as wearing kanganís.
Dazzling and spectacular diamond jewellery
Dazzling and spectacular jewellery designs are made using the diamonds. In the bridal and jewellery sets Brides usually like to have champagne colored diamonds. Using certified diamonds designers also make terrific designs and styles of diamond items.
Give a glowing effect to the pieces of diamond jewellery items they look very classy. Because gold and platinum is too expensive silver is also used when you want comparatively low priced jewellery in diamond ornaments. The champagne colored diamond has its own uniqueness and sophistication. You will not see many people wearing the earrings or rings that you have got in your collection because this type of jewellery is very expensive.
Taking care of gemstones
Steam cleaning is quite effective but can result in thermal shock because of the often-quick temperature change. It can result in cracking because parts of the stone are forced to expand at different times. Most gemstones can be immersed in a solution of mild detergent and warm water.
Likewise with pearls; although soaking can result in discoloration, so this should always be avoided. After soaking for a few minutes, gently clean the stone with a soft brush. Pearls should be dried after cleaning, using a soft towel, and air-blown dry. Extra care should be taken to remove dirt from the bottom of the setting, a common place for build-up to occur.