History of culture behind these beautiful accessories
There is a history of culture behind these beautiful accessories when we look at bangles and beads it reminds us. Beads took many forms. Bangles and bead necklaces were worn by both men and women.
When the remains of Harappa & Mohenjodaro of the Tamil civilisation were discovered, beads and bangles were found. The reason for holding this conclusively was that they were similar to the designs of Mesopotamia & Iran. A lot of bangles in old times were made from dangly coins and Islamic half moons. They were on necklaces and bracelets. But carnelian beads were worn exclusively by women.
Gems are silicates which can be very stable, hard minerals. Like gemstones, one of the characteristics of a precious metal is its rarity. A few gems are oxides and only one gem, diamond, is composed of a single element, carbon. Often, new names will be created for ordinary sounding minerals which sound prettier or more valuable, such as Moldavite for the green variety of tektites.
It could not be "precious" if it were common! This means that the metal must be malleable, that it can be bent, hammered, or otherwise shaped. Two other characteristics are also important. There are also many gemstones that are not true minerals, but which are gemstone varieties of recognized minerals.
Platinum necklaces are more expensive
Platinum necklaces are somewhat more expensive ranging from $500 to $1000 and even more. There are many renowned designers who create unique diamond necklaces for people of all ages. Double heart necklaces with a small gold heart inside a larger sterling silver heart are unique and glamorous.
Heart shaped necklaces are not very expensive and they can be given as beautiful presents to your loved ones. They can be complemented with matching bracelets and earrings. Silver and platinum necklaces shaped like dolphins, bars, puffed hearts, and floating hearts are also liked by women belonging to all age groups.