The three Ss dedicated to the jewellery that has been finding a special place in the jewellery wardrobes of actors, divas, and women in general are sultry, seductive, and unique. Onscreen and offscreen, celebrities like Sonam Kapoor Ahuja, Vidya Balan, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Konkona Sen Sharma, and others have frequently flaunted their oxidised jewellery. The black and gloomy effect on the metal on oxidised jewellery may be seen and distinguished, which is why some people refer to it as black metal jewellery. This is the Oxidized Jewellery trend that has swept the jewellery market by storm.
Previously, oxidised jewellery was connected with Indian hippie culture, with mainly tribal women wearing hefty oxidised jewellery while participating in diasporic experiments. With time, however, people began to see the beauty of this form of jewellery and how it enhanced a woman's entire appearance and dress. Oxidized jewellery is frequently seen at a variety of events, including fashion shows, festivals, weddings, and even everyday wear.
A decorative oxidised metal piece is typically woven into a coloured thread or affixed to a metal chain. Oxidized jewellery with intriguing designs such as animals, nature, fruits, and exotic royal emblems is quite popular right now for earrings. Fusion jewellery, which incorporates mirrors, gemstones, and even fabric into the design, as well as oxidised metal, is very popular these days.
Whether it's Jhumkas, Chandbalis, tassel and pearl earrings, long drop earrings with pom poms, or a simple ear stud with a diamond in the centre, oxidised earrings in all shapes and sizes look stunning and adaptable. Kurtis, Indo-western ensembles, sarees, lehengas, long skirts, Indian suits, and so on can all be worn with these.
Oxidised necklaces come in a variety of styles, from a dramatic choker to a long rani haar, from a tiny chain to a mid-length necklace. Ribbons, laces, feathers, and stones are imaginatively incorporated into the design of such necklaces to provide a wide range of options for purchasers.
Oxidized bangles and bracelets are a hit among trendy females, and are most likely a trend among college-aged girls. These bangles simply glam up an ordinary ensemble, giving it a style upgrade.
Oxidised finger rings and nose rings
When oxidised, a ring, whether for the finger or the nose, is sure to bring a lot of beauty to a woman's hand and face. Big oxidised finger rings look like standout pieces of jewellery, while oxidised nose rings give a woman's look a bit of an edge.
Aside from these, oxidised payals, baajubandhs, maang tikas, kaan chains, and kamarbandhs are also popular among ladies who wear this type of jewellery for various occasions. The more contemporary forms of oxidised necklaces, earrings, nose rings, and bangles are also a fad among working women, since they feel comfortable wearing them with their official office outfits as well!
With anything you pair it with, oxidised jewellery provides a stunning aesthetic. They are equally beautiful in sarees as they are in denim. The above-mentioned options should constantly be present in your oxidised jewellery lookbook.
This necklace set is ideal for ethnic, semi-Western, and Western attire. Bengali artists have handcrafted and truly designed it. This piece has handcrafted pom poms created from knitting yarn that are coupled with a golden oxisided floral pendant. It can be worn with both traditional and modern clothing.
Our designs are produced to order for specific clientele, and each piece is unique. Because this item is handmade, there may be minor variations each time it is manufactured for a new order.