The Art of Fine Jewellery Design: Difference Between Diamond and Jadau Jewellery
Guest Article by Poonam Kaicker, Founder, Ribbons Jewelry
Jewellery has been a significant part of human history, with its use dating back to ancient times. Over the centuries, the art of jewellery design has evolved and developed into what we know it today. At Ribbons Jewelry, we pride ourselves on our ability to create a stunning fine diamond, polki, and gold designer jewellery that not only looks beautiful but also has a rich history behind it.
Being a core part of Ribbons Jewelry, I can tell you that designing a piece of jewellery is no easy task. It requires combining creativity, technical skill, and an understanding of materials and their properties. Each piece of jewellery starts with an idea, which is then transformed into a sketch, and from there, a model is created. This model is then used to make a mould, which is used to create the final piece of jewellery.
Diamond VS Jadau Jewellery
One of the most significant differences between diamond jewellery and jadau polki jewellery is how they are made. Diamond jewellery is made using diamonds that have been cut and polished to enhance their brilliance and fire. In contrast, jadau polki jewelry is made using uncut diamonds, which are set in gold using a technique called kundan. While both types of jewellery are beautiful in their own way, they have distinct differences that set them apart. Diamond jewellery is known for its sparkle and brilliance, while jadau polki jewelry is known for its intricate designs and traditional craftsmanship.
In recent years, there has been a rise in the popularity of semi-precious jewellery brands. These brands offer jewellery that is more affordable than fine jewellery but still looks beautiful. However, fine jewellery brands have been able to sustain themselves by offering unique designs, exceptional quality, and exceptional customer service.
How to maintain fine jewellery
Store your jewellery in a safe place
Keep it where it won't get scratched or damaged. A jewellery box with a soft lining is ideal.
Clean your jewellery regularly
Use a soft-bristled brush and a gentle cleaning solution to clean your jewellery. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive materials.
Remove your jewelry before doing any strenuous activities
This includes exercising, swimming, and cleaning. You don't want your jewellery to get damaged or lost.
Get your jewellery checked regularly
Have a professional jeweller check your jewellery for any loose stones or other issues. This will help ensure that your jewellery stays in good condition.
Wear your jewellery often
Jewellery is meant to be worn and enjoyed. Don't keep your jewellery locked away in a box. Wear it often, and show it off to the world.
In conclusion, designing a piece of fine jewellery is an art form that requires creativity, technical skill, and an understanding of materials and their properties. At Ribbons Jewelry, we take pride in creating stunning pieces of jewellery that not only look beautiful but also have a rich history behind them. We believe that fine jewellery brands like ours will continue to thrive by offering unique designs, exceptional quality, and exceptional customer service. And, by following these tips, you can ensure that your fine jewellery stays beautiful for years to come.