November 2020

What do you consider “flaws” as? Generally, you wouldn’t consider anything with a flaw as good. You wouldn’t even consider buying an object with a flaw, would you? But, think again. There’s one thing that you MUST purchase with a flaw. We know you’re puzzled....

Have you ever noticed some green or black marks on your skin after you have removed your jewellery? It happens to most of us, which means these marks aren’t really unusual. The reason behind these marks could be an allergy, or a reaction between the...

Most of us consider our engagement and wedding rings as our most prized possessions; and most of these rings hold one or more diamonds. This makes it very important to take care of the diamonds held in the ring, because the ring would be of...

We have already spoken a lot about the 4Cs of a diamond in our earlier blogs; the 4Cs of Carat, Cut, Colour, and Clarity that help determine the genuity of the precious stone. Today, let’s take a deeper look into the factors you may consider...

Who doesn’t want to invest? And, after the deadly results that the Coronavirus pandemic has brought, bringing upon us the lockdown for months, the damage to almost every business, the financial crisis to those paying huge hospital bills, and sudden unemployment practices, we all have...

Almost every woman loves receiving jewellery gifts from her loved one. It may be her husband or boyfriend, her sibling or parents, or anyone she may know. Whether it’s gold, silver, or platinum, any kind of jewellery is special when gifted to her. And, when...

Bangles are one of the most admired assets of an Indian woman. Married Indian women are generally seen wearing one single thick bangle in each hand, or many thinner ones as a set. Also, girls who aren’t married are also fond of wearing bangles occasionally...

India is all about mythology. There are a variety of castes and religions followed in India, and every caste and every religion has its own unique identity. But, one thing that remains common is the faith that every Indian has in the deity the individual...

Kerala brides are always decked up in crisp clean red or white sarees and clad in lots of gold jewellery. And, with the red and gold, or white and gold combination, every Kerala bride resembles a divine entity! Kerala bridal jewellery takes inspiration from a...

The Mangalsutra is one of the most significant jewellery pieces for every married Hindu woman. It holds a very emotional bond between the husband and wife, depicting the merging of two souls into eternity. As much as Indian wives used to wear it as a...