When we talk about natural jewellery the first things perhaps come to our mind is handmade terracotta jewellery. Terracotta clay is used to craft many articles like utensil, water pot, sculptures or jewellery. The art of creating terracotta handmade jewellery dates back to ancient civilization.
The handmade jewellery trend is resurfacing and there is some uniqueness which makes this jewellery class apart from other jewellery type. Now day’s people mostly prefer terracotta jewellery because of minimalistic fashion style. Terracotta jewellery set lends a simple and sophisticated look.
In modern times handmade terracotta jewellery is highly demanded by fashion conscious women. The handmade jewellery looks outstanding when clubbed with simple ethnic attires.
The terracotta handmade necklace is available in a beautiful range of design like a beaded terracotta necklace, choker terracotta necklace, chain pendant terracotta necklace, side piece terracotta necklace and thread pattern terracotta necklace.
How to take care of Terracotta Jewellery?
Terracotta jewellery is not brittle as it is baked on high temperature, but little care of terracotta jewellery should be taken to prevent it from breakage and dullness.
Following are the best ways to handle your terracotta jewellery with care:
• Avoid keeping weight on Terracotta Jewellery
• Clean the handmade jewellery with soft cotton after every wear to make it look new
• Avoid keeping other accessories with your terracotta jewellery to prevent scratches
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is Terracotta Jewellery?
Terracotta Jewellery is evidently made from the soil and literally translates to 'Baked Earth'. The natural clay is baked which is why it achieves the reddish-brown colour. Terracotta may be glazed or unglazed piece of ceramic. This falls under the category of handmade jewellery and has a very rustic earthen feel to it. The Terracotta Jewellery is adorned and decorated with numerous colours, beads and decorative items. Usually, Terracotta Jewellery is paired with cotton ethnic clothes but many modern women like to wear it with semi-Indian outfits as well.
How is Terracotta Jewellery made?
Porous type of clay is taken, sieved and then shaped in the desired style. It is then baked in the oven to harden it. The traditional way of baking Terracotta was to keep it open under the Sun. Depending upon the type of look to be given, a Terracotta jewellery piece could be left unglazed or may be glazed and painted with beautiful colours and special patterns are often drawn over them to give such jewellery a very ornate traditional look.