Every lady knows the pleasure of crowning an exquisite dress with intricately patterned antique jewellery in pearl, ruby or emerald in gold setting that fit together seamlessly for a glorious look!
However, we’re increasingly seeing ladies looking beyond the three to anique jewellery. Not only can do these look refreshingly beautiful, the history and the antique value make them a very rewarding investment!
It attracts every age group
Be it Kanjeevarams, kurtis or jeans and sneakers, sporting your mother’s or grandma’s antique kundan bracelet and polka earring will be an absolute dandy combination. Often people think that antique jewellery is worn via old women. Such jewellery is apt for all forms of functions and festivities and will beautifully complement with both traditional and modern outfits. These come in sober and simple designs to ornamental patterns. The range varies from toe rings, anklets, necklaces, armlets, nose pins, earrings, pendants and bangles to match every dress. Antique jewellery thus attracts every age group, and people from all walks of society. Including those from tinsel town!
Generally created from gold, copper, silver and bronze with stones such as opals, pearls as well as other precious gemstones, vintage jewellery akin to other jewellery also needs to be taken care of properly, although it is simpler than modern jewellery. Water and soap cannot be used for cleaning them. Readymade polishes available in the market are the best options.
Most importantly every woman should keep their exclusive antique jewellery in closed boxes for preventing these from getting tarnished. And it’s no surprise that with the demand for antique jewellery on the rise, the demand for short term courses in Delhi in jewellery designing has also gone up.
VIDM is a leading fashion design institute based in New Delhi. We offer diploma courses in Fashion Design, Fashion Management and Interior Design, along with a host of short-term courses.