Custom Search
 >> Collection
  Bangles
  Bracelets
  Chains
  Earrings
  Fashion Jewellery
  Heart Collection
 Jadtar (Traditional)
  Murtis Of God
  Necklaces
  Pendants
  Puja Thali
 ► Rings
 Silver Jewellery

 Home >> Collection >> Silver Jewellery >> Bangles

 BACK
Prev
 Showing 5 of 10  
Next


Silver Bangle (2 Piece)
23 Karat
Product ID : SJB005
Weight : 50 Gram


Price : $252   Rs 11970

Other Requirement Contact Us


Concerns :-    ||   Delivery Time   ||   Your Credit Card Security   ||   Best Price Guarantee   ||
Guide :-    ||   How To Send Gifts To India   ||   How To Buy Jewelleries Online   ||   Various Payment Methods   ||
Business :-    ||   Sell Our Product on Your Website   ||   Sell Your Product on ZAVERAT.COM & in India   ||
Product :-    ||   Wholesale Product Inquiry   ||   Product Quality  ||   Our Manufacturing process of Jewellery through Movies   ||
About Us :-    ||   About ZAVERAT.COM   ||   Our Services   ||   CEO's Portal   ||      ||   Jewelry Blog   ||   Jewelry Directory   ||

History of friendship bracelets

Friendship bracelets are special bracelets. As a symbol of friendship these bracelets are given from one friend to another. The knot-craft and hand weaving used to create traditional patterns stems from Native American handcrafts, particularly from Central American tradition. According to indigenous tradition, the recipient of a friendship bracelet must wear it until the cords wear out and fall off naturally.

The idea is that the friend paid for it with the hard work and love that made it and the recipient repays the friend by honoring the work. Removing the bracelet before it naturally falls off is a sign that the friendship has gone sour. Another variation of this tradition is that the recipient of a bracelet is entitled to a wish. After the bracelet wears out and falls off naturally, the wish will come true.

Gemstones are identified by gemologists

Gemstones are identified by gemologists. The first characteristic a gemologist uses to identify a gemstone is its chemical composition. Gems are characterized in terms of refractive index, dispersion, specific gravity, hardness, cleavage, fracture, and luster. They may exhibit pleochroism or double refraction. Who describe gems and their characteristics using technical terminology specific to the field of gemology.

Next, many gems are crystals which are classified by their crystal system such as cubic or trigonal or monoclinic. They may have luminescence and a distinctive absorption spectrum. For example, diamonds are made of carbon (C) and rubies of aluminium oxide (Al2O3). Another term used is habit, the form the gem is usually found in. For example diamonds, which have a cubic crystal system, are often found as octahedrons.

Diamond jewellery is also used for wedding gifts

Diamond rings are preferred over the simple gold rings on engagements . Diamond jewellery is also used for wedding gifts and other special gifts as diamonds represent love and purity. While in branded jewellery it is the responsibility of the well reputed manufacturers to provide quality stones because you trust them.

When it comes to buying pendants women are crazy about the heart shaped diamond pendants. A princess cut may suit her if she likes square shapes. While shopping for diamonds ensure the 4Cs, namely cut, clarity, and color and carat size and keep your budget in mind. Girls always love to have those stylish watches having both colorless and colored diamonds.


|| Home || Advertise with Us || FAQ || Terms & Conditions of Use || Privacy Policy || Site map || Disclaimer || Contact Us || Feed Back ||

Copyright © ADESHARA.COM | ZAVERAT.COM ( Jewelry ) | 7Jewellery.COM ( Jewellery ) | AhmedabadJewellery.COM ( Jewelry Ahmedabad )

 
 
Concept, SEO & Website Developed & Maintained by SevenOutsource
SEO Outsourcing Service, Web Design Outsourcing Service, Data Entry Outsourcing Service & CAD/CAM Outsourcing - Your Outsourcing & Subcontracting Partner
Last Updated : 18/09/2020 06:42:36