Traditional Kemp NEcklace Set
Kemp Indian NEcklace and Indian women are the terms always linked inherently. In India during wedding as well as numerous other occasions, a woman is gifted jewellery by her parents and relatives. Although such gifts are meant to give her security in contingency, ornamentation is an obvious purpose. All the cities across the length and width of India have outlets of jewellers were some are traditional and some are modern jewellers, catering to the need of all kinds of customers.
Indian houses have various kinds of jewellery arts ranging from Meenakari and Kemp to stone & bead work. The craft of cutting and polishing precious & semi-precious stones give them glamorous face whihc is artistic. Emeralds, rubies, garnets, amethysts, corals, sapphires, and turquoises are stones which are used for the enhancement of gold and silver jewellery. In south India, women are most known for Gold jewellery. South Indian gold is considered auspicious as a status symbol. The jewellery which was developed years past is known by the name of Kemp jewellery.’ This has jewellery with dull and rough look, combined with an old world-world charm, and this serves as the major USP of such jewellery.
The Kemp Indian NEcklace Industry is growing with a whopping rate & boom in the domestic and exports of Kemp Indian NEcklace, these shining materials of India brings more sparkle to the economy. Exports of Gems and jewellery make India the second major foreign exchange earner for the country. As more money is flowing into the industry, a new avenue is open for professionals to enter the field with changing taste and the jewel is taking new shapes and charm.
Jewellery items that are older than 100 years and have witnessed the human evolution over these years constitute Kemp Jewellery. The phrase “Kemp Jewellery” is generally used to refer to previously owned jewels as well as the jewelry items crafted using earlier styles that were customarily associated with the era of yore, but it does not necessarily mean pre-worn or handed down. Kemp jewels are becoming highly wanted in the modern world because of their time-worn looks, state-of-the-art workmanship, and high quality gems used as well as their one of a kind rusty look. Kemp Indian Jewellery can be well identified by its distinctive design, lustre and materials used. These can be typically categorized by the era to which they belong.
In the olden days, precious metals like gold, silver and platinum were very commonly used to craft the jewels to be adorned by the royals. However, the commoners still stuck to copper, alpaca, iron and aluminium. Now-a-days vintage jewelry is available in a combination of the above metals, to suit the fashion requirements as well as the pocket of the adorner.