There numerous dissimilar kinds of fine jewellery today so this leader will goal to emphasis on a select of the most general types. I’ll be focusing on fine jewellery such as rings, necklaces, bracelets, earrings, watches and associated fine jewellery handouts. This kind of fine jewellery is typically only made by a small number of brand name fine jewellers who only crop high quality high value pieces.
Fine Jewellery – Wedding & Diamond Rings:
Diamond rings traditionally associated with engagements and weddings come in a variety of types and designs. Most notably are solitaire or singular diamond rings, eternity rings, usually given to a partner after the birth of their first child or later in a marriage to show the everlasting bold between a couple and 3 stone diamonds rings which have a set of three diamonds. Diamonds rings are made with a band of a variety of metals such platinum, gold and silver being the popular choices today.
Diamonds however because of their high value are not the norm when it comes to wedding rings and the majority of couples who wear rings choose much plainer and more affordable options. In addition there a number of other fine jewellery rings which contain other gemstones such as amethyst, aquamarine, ruby, sapphire and opal rings which are available on the market today. Wedding rings without a jewel are popular and are usually made from a high carat of gold such as 22ct or other precious metals such as palladium or silver.
Fine Jewellery – Bracelets, Necklace & Pendants:
Gold & silver necklaces have always been popular fine jewellery even throughout history as they can be easily worn and are immediately seen as a statement of wealth and power. Other fine jewellery such as rings and bracelets rely on the hands being on display. Bracelets are available in a number of styles and are usually made from either Gold or silver, but other metals are common also. Bracelets design can range of simple bangles to complex intricate fine jewellery with gemstones, diamonds and even engraved beads such as within recently popular lovelinks. Lovelinks have become popular because the wearer can change the beads along the bracelet to suit their mood or outfit.
Gold & silver pendants are an extension of the necklace idea, typically they feature a simple gold or silver chain and then a focal point of a pendant in the centre of the chain, which usually is worn above the cleavage. Pendants range from gold lockets, a single gemstone such as a sapphire or ruby or an assortment of gemstones.
Fine Jewellery – Earrings & Cufflinks:
Earrings have been worn for many years as a sign of wealth in history but more recently becoming mainstream must have accessories for women and even some men. Some tribes around the world wear earrings as part of their traditional dress, though they do not wear the type of fine jewellery that you and I see available on the high street, they make their earrings ornate and stylised. The types of fine jewellery earrings that are available tend to be high value gemstone earrings such as diamonds, opals, and topaz and ruby earrings.
Fine Jewellery – Watches:
There a number of big brand fine jewellery watch manufacturers who have long histories and making high quality, long lasting and accurate timepieces. Watches such as rotary watches and Victoriana watches are popular brands who make timepieces for both men and women in either gold or silver. Some have metal straps and some leather as different people prefer the comfort of leather over the strength and durability of metal straps. Victoriana Swiss Army watches have a world famous reputation for making high quality Swiss Army knives and this along with the fact that Switzerland has a long history of clock making has helped them build up a similar following for their range of watches.