The word of Artistic Jewellery, brings in a huge flash of images of various types in our mind. From time immemorial, Artistic Jewellery has been used as an ornament to beautify one’s self. If one notices, it can be seen that Artistic Jewellery come in various types that can be worn from the top that includes hairpin, to the toe that includes toe rings, covering the entire body.
Even during Stone Age, women used to prepare a necklace made of bones, beads, shell, and animal teeth and wore it on their neck to look beautiful. As people became advanced and more civilized they began to explore new ways to prepare these ornaments and gradually there has evolved the use of gold, silver, Platinum, diamond, precious stones, pearls etc.
Material: Siver plated, Yellow Agate, Acrylic beads
Clasp: Lobster clasp
Size: 44 + 5 cm
Weight: approx. 32g
Material: Siver plated, Murano glass, Glass beads
Clasp: Lobster clasp
Weight: approx. 135g
Material: Glass beads, silver plated, Peyote style
Clasp: Without clasp
Size: 52 cm
Weight: approx. 35g
With advancement of technology, these metals could be procured in large quantities and there came in the different quality levels of the metals. Based on this, brands came into being followed by hundreds and thousands of designers who provide exotic designs to make the Artistic Jewellery look the most appealing to everyone. And there are those artisans who bring these designs to life by their intricate artistic skill. Some of them are put on normal designs and there are many that are categorized as exclusives and named as Collections. So indirectly this boosted a lot of skilled employment too.
There are different types of people who see Artistic Jewellery in various perspectives. For some it is a status indicator. Wearing jewellery made of precious metals like platinum, gold and diamond are considered to be an indication of high class. For some, it is a fashion statement. They use it to match their costumes and enhance their fashionable look. For some, it is a beautiful form of art. Such people prefer for traditional artistic jewellery, no matter what metal they are made of or how much monetary value they have.
And more so, jewellery is not only to beautify a person. When we take a deeper look we will realize that it has some scientific reasons and a positive impact on our body too. When we wear the necklaces these jewels put a mild pressure on certain acupressure points surrounding the neck that helps in proper blood circulation. When the ears are pierced to put on earrings, we are carrying out the acupuncture process on the ears. This point is directly related to the kidney and thus it activates the function of the kidneys. The toe rings touch the point that is linked to the uterus and thus when we walk wearing these rings, they gently put pressure on the uterus and keeps it stimulated. Similarly, wearing of bracelets and bangles gives the needed friction to the pulse points in our hands and the finger rings give pressure on our finger nerves. And when all these points are activated, the entire body gets proper circulation and all organs are made to function in a proper manner.
So in total these jewelleries are a double benefiter that keeps us healthy as well as beautiful. So it is no wonder that they are on so much demand.