jewelry. Friday , April 14th , 2017 - 06:02:48 AM
Most people get confused between the two, often mistaking them to be the same. While the symbolism of both rings is almost the same, the difference lies in their make. Unlike infinity rings where the infinite design stays at the central location, eternity bands have the design throughout the ring, completely encircling the finger.
In India both men and women were different types of Indian jewelry in the form of various ornaments mentioned above. Indian jewelry is composed of beads, shells, clay for the production of ornaments. From sixteenth to nineteenth century mughals used metals such as gold n silver for making various designs of ornaments. Miniature paintings also make the use of Indian jewelry such as beautiful pieces of stones cared in jewelry. Indian royalty is shown by these paintings. The hallmark of Indian jewelry design is the symbolic representation of the mango fruit. This hallmark is termed "as the paisley motif". Cobra hood, cucumber seeds and rice grains are considered as the popular inspirations of the Indian jewelry. The colorful gems were used in Indian jewelry to generate a new beautiful design, leading to a new class of Indian jewelry named as Indo-European jewelry. This type of jewelry is used till today and was developed in late nineteenth century. This type of Indian jewelry gave a rich look.
For bold earrings that are a bit more pronounced one pretty option is the Multi-Colored Tourmaline Teardrop "Biscayne" Earrings. Part of the Kristen Amato Collection, these earrings feature an array of stunning color with 32 bead cut 3.5-4mm multi-colored tourmaline stones in fancy settings. Made from gold embraced sterling silver, these earrings have a total approximate tourmaline weight of approximately 1.28 ct. They measure 12-1/2" L x 1-3/16" W and close with lever backings. The Multi-Colored Tourmaline Teardrop "Biscayne" Earrings also have a matching bracelet available for a more complete look.
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