So, antique jewellery is Customized Jewellery
that is 100 years old. They don’t have much shine like new gold ornaments. Antique jewellery is costly because it is difficult to find genuine old pieces of jewellery. Here are some ideas to style your antique Silver Jewellery
with your outfit.
Antique rings are mostly big in size so they will give you a royal look if you wear them on your left index finger or ring finger. The sheen is on the lower side if we talk about antique jewellery. If the shape of your ring is geometrical and is small in size, wear it on your index finger and if it is a traditional round big ring wear it on the middle finger.
Antique bracelets have a peacock shape on their top and they are bulky as compared to new bracelets. They are studded with precious gemstones in gold. Try not to wear them with a long-sleeved dress or blouse otherwise, they will get hidden below the sleeve. Antique bracelets are statement ornaments. You can wear them on any occasion with a saree, Anarkali suit, and skirts with shirt tops.
Antique necklaces are versatile jewellery sets. They accentuate your personality and the richness of the attire you are wearing. Antique Gold Jewellery
is famous in south Indian temple jewellery. There are antique harams, heavy god and goddess lockets with chains, and heavy antique necklaces with Traditional Jewellery
l patterns like a peacock, elephants, lotus, and goddess. You can wear them with your traditional kanjivaram silk or banarsi silk sarees with peacock, Lord Krishna or lotus prints.
Antique earrings are designed with studded rubies and emeralds. In antique temple Imitation Jewellery
, earrings, the motifs and designs used are heavy looking but some of them are actually light weighted. The top is flower-shaped and the drops are of goddess Laxmi, lotus or small bell-shaped hangings with small pearls beaded at the edges. If the earrings are heavy then you can wear them alone with yours tied in a bun. You can consider wearing long necklaces with it.
Antique bangles are a great add-on to your look. They enhance the overall look of your jewellery. They are made with multi colour studded gemstones, floral, dancing and sitting goddesses’ motifs on them. If you want a classic yet traditional look, then wear them with your favourite saree, skirts, Anarkali or dress.