FOR TERRACOTTA JEWELLERY
Terracotta means ‘baked earth’. The jewellery is made by baking air dried natural clay and painted using water proof colours. Terracotta jewellery is not as brittle as glass, but needs some additional care while handling.
* It is advisable to bubble wrap individually and store in jewellery box to avoid scratching
* Do not expose your jewellery to harmful chemicals like alcohol, bleach, hairspray and perfume
* Please be careful in handling your jewellery. An accidental fall on to a hard surface may damage your jewellery
* To get the real stunner look, do not mix them with other jewellery while wearing
* Simple terracotta jewellery with minimum detail is apt for wearing with formals, semi-formal and ethnic outfits. You can also combine them with daily wear
* Heavily embellished jhumkas, necklaces, pendants, earrings and rings are perfect match with anarkali suits, traditional heavy sarees and lehengas. You can also wear them for special occasions like weddings, receptions and ceremonies and look a class apart
* Wearing bright terracotta jewellery in geometrical or abstract shapes with light coloured cotton saree/salwar suits will make you absolutely stunning
* Terracotta jewellery with traditional designs suits ethnic wear, while those with contemporary and modern designs go well with western outfits
* You can wear bright red, black, blue and brown terracotta necklaces, jhumkas and bangles with white or cream coloured handloom cotton sarees with golden border. This will make you look simple yet graceful at the same time
* When you are wearing a simple kurti, team it with bright coloured terracotta jewellery – black, red, rust and brown. This will make you look chic and fashionable
Go ethnic and bring your fashion to life !!