Oxidised jewellery is also known as German silver jewellery or Tribal jewellery. This jewellery is trending in the fashion industry. From necklace to anklet all jewellery pieces are available in oxidized finish. Oxidised jewellery comes in various designs, pattern and with detail intricate carving design and stones embellishment on it.
The history of metal dates back to many years. Earlier utilization of metal started for making utensil, instruments, coins, tools, lamps etc. Metal like silver, gold or brass were used for making jewellery. As there is a hike in rates of metal like gold and silver, artificial oxidised jewellery came into existence which is a substitute for silver jewellery.
In oxidised jewellery, the process of making this jewellery includes combining two metals to create an alloy. A pure metal like silver and other metal like copper are used to create the alloy. But the percentage of silver in this alloy is just 20%.
Now a day’s oxidised jewellery have great demand due to low cost, chic look and skin friendliness. In Navratri times, oxidised jewellery is spotted on a large number in Garba dance so it’s known as Gujrathi jewellery as well, girls used to wear this jewellery with Ghagra cholis which lend a classy look to their appearance. Commonly in tribal areas, women used to mark their body parts with black dots so that their oxidized jewellery gets highlighted.
There is fascinating jewellery pieces available in Oxidised jewellery, some of them are:
Oxidised Necklace Set : Exotic range of oxidized necklace sets is available in classic designs. The oxidized necklace set is available in different forms such as thread pattern where the metallic piece is woven into a woollen thread. Oxidized choker necklace, oxidized tassel necklace & long oxidized necklace. These necklace set features beautiful intricate carving designs and is studded with stones.
Oxidised Bangles & Bracelets: Beautiful set of oxidized bangles look super elegant when clubbed with ethnic apparel. An oxidized bracelet is best to get that casual apparel. Lots of stylish designs are available in silver oxidized bangles and bracelets.
Oxidised Nose Pins: Oxidized nose rings are just breaking fashion industry. It is the best option if you wish to get that fusion look. The stylish range of designs are available at Anuradha Art Jewellery.
Oxidised Armlets: Armlets is also known as bajuband or armband. If you wish to get that elegant yet chic look then the oxidized armlet is the best pick. Lots of classy designs are available in oxidized armlet featuring beautiful motif work and designs.
Oxidised Earrings: In oxidized earrings, most trending is oxidized jhumka or jhumki earrings. Lots of stylish designs are available in oxidized jhumkas in beautiful motif work or enamel work. Apart from jhumkas, there is chandbali, chandelier, dangler, studs oxidized earrings.
Oxidised Toe Rings : Basically toe rings are made out of silver now it modern times women used to adorn oxidized toe rings. Oxidized toe rings come in beautiful designs and pattern which are usually adjustable in size.
Oxidised Mangalsutra : Mangalsutra is the must-have ornament for married women. Nowadays mangalsutra are also available in the oxidized finish in various designs.
Anuradha Art Jewellery keeps you updated with the latest trend in fashion oxidised jewellery. You will get a range of designer oxidised jewellery collection at the lowest cost, here at Anuradha Art Jewellery.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Oxidised Jewellery?
Oxidised Jewellery is primarily the silver jewellery which has undergone the process of layering of a black patina over it. It is done to create a tarnished, blackened antique look over the jewellery piece. The particular ornament which needs to be oxidised it exposed to a pressured environment which contains sulphur. This gives the black effect over the silver jewellery and makes it look absolutely archaic and stunning.
What are the different names of oxidised jewellery?
The trending Oxidised Jewellery is famously known by this name by the world, but it is also called as the blackened sterling silver jewellery, bohemian jewellery, ethnic tribal jewellery, traditional motif black jewellery, vintage jewellery, antique or archaic jewellery, bijoux jewellery, or even oxidised metal jewellery. Almost all kinds of jewellery pieces come in the oxidised version, giving the wearer a very sultry ethnic look.
Which costume is suitable with oxidised jewellery?
A long chunky Oxidised necklace with a pendant can be paired with a short Indian Kurti and dhoti pants. This looks extra edgy and is a comfortable style for everyone. Oxidised rings and bangles paired with a flowy floral long dress is just the perfect marriage between the jewellery and the outfit. Big Oxidised Jhumka earrings with a printed saree are nothing else but a wow look to wear. A bold oxidised necklace white a T-shirt and torn denim pants is a great way of combining Indian with the Western style.
Which are the top 5 Oxidised Jewellery must-haves?
1. A gala-bandh necklace
2. A pair of earrings with ghungroo style
3. A big round ring for the index finger
4. Anklets with coloured stones
5. Nose rings (for a pierced nose or even the clip-ons)