History of Wooden Jewellery
Wooden jewellery is not a novelty as commonly misunderstood. If the pages of history are turned, then one would come to know that this concept was passed on by the ancient people. They used to make jewelleries with different materials like stones, shells, bones, including woods etc. Today, as the fashion of wooden jewellery has revived it is attaining prominence in Indian markets.
Types of Wooden Jewellery
Wooden Jewellery is available in the market as air accessories, necklaces, anklets, earrings, bracelets, brooches etc.
Designing of Wooden Jewellery
Different textures of wood are artistically used to carve out a wide range of exquisite pieces manufactured in myriad with geometrical designs and patterns. Some handpicked wooden jewelleries are made of vividly coloured natural timber incorporating constituents of some metals and other specific materials in a little amount. These jewellery items have natural wood colour and are often artificially coloured. They can be custom made to suit varied specifications and have hence been very popular items of ornamentation. While designing exquisite fashion jewellery, proper attention is given to details- colour, shapes, sizes and designs that make these jewellery items highly sought after by the buyers worldwide. Wooden jewellery looks stunning with various finishes that bring about an appealing look. Some of them are available in polished form and few are unpolished. Beautifully painted, dyed, carved, inlayed, perforated and polished to add sheen to them by various techniques, jewellery made out of wood is widely manufactured by artisans and exported to various countries.
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