A testament of true craftsmanship, here is a classic piece of contemporary bracelet from Jaipur, the Emerald City of India.The bracelet comes with Ropadastone, a natural stone that is primarily found in India. The ropada stone belongs to the quartz family and it has been traditionally used in India for creating jewellery.
|Marerials||Brass & Ropada Stone|
|Care Description||When cleaning is necessary,simply use a soft cloth and brass cleaner.Use a small amount of cleaner on the cloth and rub all over your ornament in small circles.This will remove any tarnish and leave your ornament looking like new.Once all the tarnish has been removed use a second clean cloth to wipe off any remaining brass cleaner.Store in a zip lock pouch.Keep away from water,perfume and other chemicals|
|Brand||Made by Local Artisans|
|Origin||Made in India|
|Other||Stone size-00.35 x 0.47 inches:Stone weight-0.81 grams|
What problem it solve?
If you are looking for a personal collection out of the normal crowd, this is the perfect piece for you. It is unique because it is handmade – no two products are the same. Our products are being made giving due respect to our tradition and we ensure the artisans are provided with the fair share for their work.
What makes it different from other products?
The art of creation is surrounded by traditional skills invested with the magical touch of an artist. The craft of jewellery making is considered sacrosanct as it deals with pure metals and precious stones. Ornaments made with devotion and spiritual consciousness automatically become valuable on their own, as a result of dedicated and highly skilled craftsmanship. A piece of jewellery goes through many stages of designing, selecting, moulding, setting, cleaning, polishing and many other intricate processes. Master jewellers are a rare commodity, steady hands makes one skilled in the art of jewellery fabrication.
What it is made of?
This exquisite piece of jewellery is handmade using the metal casting technique. It is a modern process with ancient roots. Jewellery casting involves a mould being made from a wax pattern and then filled with molten metal to create a custom piece of jewellery. It is also called lost wax casting because the wax is always “lost” during the process of making jewellery. Once the mould is prepared, the artisans put the mould into oven until the plaster hardens. In the oven, all of the wax melts out of the hollow cavity. With a wax-free mould, manufacturers then pour molten metal into the cavity with a vacuum machine or a centrifugal casting machine
Where is it come from?
The product is from Jaipur, the Emerald City of India.
How do I use this product?
The circle shaped Bangle is an easy wear and provides an elegant look to your style.
Why should I by this product?
Beyond the normal accessories, this bracelet is your statement to the world that you are special. It is being designed for those who are looking for ethical fashion. If you are one of the eco-conscious tribe looking for sustainable fashion products, it is a perfect match for you.