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What Diamond/Gemstone Suits Your Star Sign - Aura Jewels

November 15, 2019 by Aura Jewels  

If you are one who believes in Star Signs and relate everything you do and all your activities with these signs, along with the fact that you love wearing diamonds/gemstones, then there’s good news for you! You can now buy diamonds and gemstones that suit your Star Sign. Let’s learn what kind of diamonds can suit your Star Sign.

 

 

 

Aries

Aries is the element of fire, which means a sign of energy, courage, and passion. People who are of the Aries sign possess the qualities of leadership. Diamonds are believed to be their main birthstone, symbolizing love and strength in relationship. As an Aries, you can choose a three-stone diamond ring, which represents the Ram symbol for Aries.

Taurus

Taurus is the element of Earth, representing reliability, devotion, patience, and responsibility. Taurians are ruled by Venus, and are grounded and stable. Their main birthstone is Emerald, which is considered to be the insight of good fortune and youth. You may choose an Emerald – a brilliant round emerald ring.

Gemini

Gemini persons are intelligent and charming, adventurous and super talkative. They are ruled by Mercury, with their element being Air, representing the fact that they are outgoing and adaptable. Their birthstone is Pearl, signifying purity and modesty. With all these qualities, an emerald cut diamond, with a design set in pearls, proves to be the perfect choice.

Cancer

Cancerians are ruled by the Moon, and their element is Water, symbolizing qualities of loyalty and empathy, making them emotional at heart. Their birthstone is Ruby, which provides strength and attracts good luck. A round brilliant Ruby ring is what will suit your personality.

Leo

Leo is a cheerful and energetic Star Sign, with the element of Fire, making them passionate and fierce. However, with the Sun being their ruler, they also become generous and protective over the people they love. With the Peridot symbolizing prosperity, peace, and success, a pear cut Peridot surrounded by brilliant round diamonds is what will work for you.

Virgo

Virgo is a very down-to-earth practical Star Sign, with the element being Earth, making them a person of responsibility, a perfectionist. They are ruled by Mercury, and their birth stone is Blue Sapphire, which is known to protect from envy and harm. A Princess cut Blue Sapphire ring is the perfect choice for a Virgo.

Libra

Libra is the sign of graciousness, and fair-mindedness. Libras always seek balance and beauty in everything they do; and have a good sense of justice. Their element is Air, and they are ruled by Venus; their birthstone being Opal, symbolizing hope, purity, and honesty. An Asscher Rosa is the perfect ring choice for a Libra.

Scorpio

Scorpio is a mysterious Star Sign, ruled by Pluto and the Moon, with their element being Water, making Scorpions fascinating and passionate. Their birthstone is Topaz, which radiates joy and protects them from evil thoughts. A pear cut Topaz set in white gold is perfect for a Scorpion.

Sagittarius

Sagittarians are creative people who tend to be happy and adventurous both. They are ruled by Jupiter, with their element being Fire, making them a person full of wisdom and beauty, one who can brighten up everyone else’s day. A round brilliant solitaire will suit a Sagittarian’s personality the best.

Capricorn

Capricornians are people full of the best characteristics like being ambitious, caring, reliable, and open-hearted, because they are ruled by Saturn, and their element is Earth – both positive planets. They are practical and realistic people, and their birthstone is the Garnet, symbolizing grace, sincerity, and fidelity. A marquise cut Garnet ring is the ideal ring for Capricorn females, while males can opt for a simple round Garnet ring set in gold.

Aquarius

Aquarius is a positive and forward looking Star Sign, ruled by Uranus, with their element being Air. Aquarians are thus generous, dedicated, and communicative. Their birthstone is Amethyst, symbolizing peace, passion, and protection. A princess cut Amethyst is thus what an Aquarian should wear.

Pisces

Pisces is a compassionate Star Sign, ruled by Neptune. With their element being Water, Pisceans are energetic and charming. Their birthstone is Aquamarine, which is a symbol of honesty, affection, and beauty. A heart shaped or round shaped Aquamarine stone is what will make the perfect choice for you.

At Aura Jewels, you can get every diamond and gemstone that we have spoken of above. And, whatever you choose, you can rest assured to get only the purest and most genuine stones. You can also have every design mentioned above customized as per your choice and Star Sign. So, whatever it is, for any and every kind of stone, Aura Jewels is the best diamond jewellery shop in Bangalore for you to shop from.

 

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Trending Jewellery For A Bride - Aura Jewels

November 12, 2019 by Aura Jewels  

One won’t want to miss the sight of a beautiful bride on her wedding day with that heavy lehenga or saree, laden with remarkable and eye-catchy jewellery. After all, this is one day that will never return again, so a bride will want to look her best on this day. With photographers clicking pictures throughout the event, the bride will take every care to pick out the best designer clothes, jewellery, makeup, and hairdo. Among all of this, one of the most precious purchases is that of gold jewellery.

 

 

 

We spend so much into purchasing bridal jewellery, knowing that such heavy jewellery may not even be useful after the wedding. Where else will you wear such heavy jewellery? Unless, another wedding in the family, but how often is that!? But yet, you can’t quit expending on that heavy jewellery for your D-day. We understand this problem, which is why we have come up with a few picks that can help you find the perfect jewellery pieces that you can wear as frequently as possible.

 

Choker

A choker necklace looks trendy and fashionable, which can be strikingly worn with the wedding dress, as well as after the wedding with any traditional outfit. Even if you are going out for an engagement, a religious ritual, a traditional get-together, or a festival like Diwali or Rakshabandhan.


Cocktail ring

A ring can enhance your look. Instead of keeping it simple, you can go with an oversized cocktail ring. Opt for geometric or asymmetric designs, which you can wear even after the wedding for both professional and personal gatherings. Another nice option is a multi-finger ring; a single ring that can be adorned on two fingers.


Bangles

Bangles are an obvious jewellery piece that every bride adorns. But, to make it useful, you must mix and match both broad bangles and daily-wear bangles, such that you can wear daily-wear bangles on a daily basis to work or at home, and broad bangles for festive occasions.


Hipbelt (Vaddanam)

A Vaddanam or hipbelt is something that every South Indian bride wears over her saree on her wedding. If you wish to add this unique element to your trousseau, you can choose a traditional South Indian Vaddanam, or a contemporary 3-in-1 or 5-in-1 Vaddanam that you can convert into a neck accessory after your wedding.

Other essentials are a gold chain and earrings; and both these elements can be easily worn even after the wedding – simpler versions for everyday wear, and heavier versions for occasions. If you choose a simple gold chain and stud earrings, you can always wear them 24×7 after the wedding too. But, if you opt for a heavier thicker chain with matching jhumkas or chandbalis, you can choose to wear them only on festivals or events.

 

With these trending jewellery pieces, you can have a complete set of wedding jewellery. And, to have jewellery that suits your very own personality, you can always have these pieces especially designed for you at a customized gold jewellery shop in Bangalore, one like Aura Jewels, where you can let the specialist designers know your choice and preference, and have the best jewellery designed accordingly only for you.


 

Trending Jewellery For A Bride - Aura Jewels

November 12, 2019 by Aura Jewels  

One won’t want to miss the sight of a beautiful bride on her wedding day with that heavy lehenga or saree, laden with remarkable and eye-catchy jewellery. After all, this is one day that will never return again, so a bride will want to look her best on this day. With photographers clicking pictures throughout the event, the bride will take every care to pick out the best designer clothes, jewellery, makeup, and hairdo. Among all of this, one of the most precious purchases is that of gold jewellery.

 

 

 

We spend so much into purchasing bridal jewellery, knowing that such heavy jewellery may not even be useful after the wedding. Where else will you wear such heavy jewellery? Unless, another wedding in the family, but how often is that!? But yet, you can’t quit expending on that heavy jewellery for your D-day. We understand this problem, which is why we have come up with a few picks that can help you find the perfect jewellery pieces that you can wear as frequently as possible.

 

Choker

A choker necklace looks trendy and fashionable, which can be strikingly worn with the wedding dress, as well as after the wedding with any traditional outfit. Even if you are going out for an engagement, a religious ritual, a traditional get-together, or a festival like Diwali or Rakshabandhan.


Cocktail ring

A ring can enhance your look. Instead of keeping it simple, you can go with an oversized cocktail ring. Opt for geometric or asymmetric designs, which you can wear even after the wedding for both professional and personal gatherings. Another nice option is a multi-finger ring; a single ring that can be adorned on two fingers.


Bangles

Bangles are an obvious jewellery piece that every bride adorns. But, to make it useful, you must mix and match both broad bangles and daily-wear bangles, such that you can wear daily-wear bangles on a daily basis to work or at home, and broad bangles for festive occasions.


Hipbelt (Vaddanam)

A Vaddanam or hipbelt is something that every South Indian bride wears over her saree on her wedding. If you wish to add this unique element to your trousseau, you can choose a traditional South Indian Vaddanam, or a contemporary 3-in-1 or 5-in-1 Vaddanam that you can convert into a neck accessory after your wedding.

Other essentials are a gold chain and earrings; and both these elements can be easily worn even after the wedding – simpler versions for everyday wear, and heavier versions for occasions. If you choose a simple gold chain and stud earrings, you can always wear them 24×7 after the wedding too. But, if you opt for a heavier thicker chain with matching jhumkas or chandbalis, you can choose to wear them only on festivals or events.

 

With these trending jewellery pieces, you can have a complete set of wedding jewellery. And, to have jewellery that suits your very own personality, you can always have these pieces especially designed for you at a customized gold jewellery shop in Bangalore, one like Aura Jewels, where you can let the specialist designers know your choice and preference, and have the best jewellery designed accordingly only for you.


 

Shopping For A Man’s Wedding Ring - Aura Jewels

November 11, 2019 by Aura Jewels  

Exchanging rings is a custom between every man and woman to be wed. Generally, both man and woman go together to shop for their rings so that they can shop for rings that match. But, this isn't always necessary. If you are too lovey-dovey, you can opt for matching rings, but otherwise you can shop for your own preferred choice of rings. While shopping for a woman’s ring has a lot to be considered with a multitude of fancy options available, shopping for a man’s ring is an equally important decision.

 

Men’s wedding rings have been commonly worn since the Second World War, with the popularity only increasing with time. Today, there is a huge selection of men’s rings available to choose from. Here is everything that you should know about a man’s wedding ring before planning to shop for it.

History

The tradition of the bride and groom exchanging wedding rings began during the World War II, reminding men about their wives back home when they were at war. Another reason why wedding rings began to be exchanged was to prove that the man was financially stable enough to support his bride, as this is where he first gifts her with a precious metal. The tradition as ever since been followed till date, but with the difference being that the ring is for showing off to the world what you status is. People judge you and your better half on your wedding by the rings you buy – a bitter but true fact! This is why you have to choose your ring even more wisely.

The material

Traditionally, men’s wedding rings have been made from gold. But, with changes in fashion and styles, other metals like silver, white gold, and titanium have also become popular. These metals are considered as masculine materials, and are all very durable, even for a ring that needs o be worn every day.

The design

Once you choose your preferred metal, the next comes choosing the design.  Men’s rings generally range between 2mm and 8mm in width, depending upon the groom’s choice, preference, and personality. While the design you choose should be simple, you can choose from a variety of ring profiles like slight court, flat court, D shape, traditional court, flat court flat edge, court flat edge, and slight court flat edge.

Diamonds

Once you decide upon the width and ring profile, you can decide upon whether or not you want diamonds in your ring. While a woman loves diamonds and can fill up her ring with this precious stone, a man may or may not want to. Uninterested men may opt for simple metal bands or engraved bands. But, if you want diamonds set in, you can do so too. You may walk into the best diamond jewellery shop in Bangalore, one like Aura Jewels, and have the best quality diamonds set into your ring. Choose from a single big diamond in the center, or a series of diamonds, and let the designers know to have your choicest ring made especially for you.

Whatever you choose, make sure that the ring suits your personality, style, and choice. After all, this is one thing that you are going to put on for the rest of your life!

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Before Making A Gold Purchase - Aura Jewels

October 24, 2019 by Aura Jewels  

Gold is one of the most admired metals that almost every Indian woman loves to wear. It is the most precious metal that stays strong and shining without losing its charm or value with time, provided it is pure gold. This is why it is important to educate yourself about gold before purchasing it so that you know that you are making an informed decision about its purity, standard, making charges, and more.

 

 

 

Is the gold pure?

Make sure you aren’t being fooled into buying fake gold. The purity of gold is measured in Carats, and every pure piece of gold is hallmarked with the Carat value stamped on it. So, whenever you are buying gold, be sure to check for its hallmark, which guarantees its purity. Also, so that the fake gold does not get hallmarked, the Bureau of Indian Standards has made it mandatory to have a proper BIS mark. Thus, you must check for the BIS Hallmark, along with the logo of the hallmarking center. Pure gold will also have inscribed the year of hallmarking and jeweller identification mark. When all of this is present on the gold, you can be sure that it is pure gold.

 

Gold making charges

Just like the rate of gold keeps fluctuating, so do the gold making charges from vendor to vendor. Making charges are the value charged by jewelers for the labour invested in manufacturing the piece of jewellery. This charge is fixed by the jeweller and may vary depending upon their brand value. So, there is no basic standard making charge, so you can speak to the jeweller beforehand to understand their making charges policies. Also, simple designs may have lesser making charges, while complex designs with gemstones to be inserted will have higher making charges. So, speak to the jeweller beforehand so as to avoid any hassles and confusions later. Remember, there is no standard gold making charge ever.

 

Handmade or machine modeled gold – Which is better?

Handmade jewellery is that which is crafted by hand as per your requirements, which guarantees that the piece is made on order and is unique in nature. Machine modeled gold, on the other hand, is mass produced by a pre-set machine. So, when you want a unique design, you should always opt for handmade gold. Obviously, handmade gold pieces are a little high priced because they are especially made for you by hand, but the quality that it gives is much higher as compared to regular machine modeled designs.

 

Where to buy your gold from? No matter where you buy your gold from, the above considerations are a must. Check for the BIS Hallmark and the jeweller identification mark. You may also ask the jeweller to present to you the purity certificate. However, we would always suggest that instead of buying your gold from any store, you always visit a trusted jeweller to ensure authenticity. If you are looking to buy your gold from the Silicon Valley of India, you could always walk into Aura Jewels, one of the best jewellery shops in Rajajinagar in Bangalore. Here, you will only get the best quality pure gold designs to choose from, or have your own designs customized by skilled and talented designers and artisans.

3 Must-Have Necklaces In The Bride’s Assortment - Aura Jewels

October 22, 2019 by Aura Jewels  

It’s wedding season, and all the brides are busy shopping for their stuff. Not only are they looking to purchase the garments, jewellery, and sandals that they will be wearing for their wedding, but also the things they will put into their trousseau. While the choice of garments and sandals is different for every bride, the choice of jewellery generally comprises of gold or diamonds.

No matter whether you wish to choose modern or traditional jewellery, there are certain must-haves that a bride must add into her trousseau. Even if she is today’s modern girl, there are some traditional gold jewellery pieces that every girl needs for when she has to attend certain family functions or occasions. So, here is a list of the 3 must-have necklaces that you should include in your trousseau.

 

 

Antique Nakshi Lakshmi Necklace

 

Nakshi jewellery  has been a part of India’s ancient history since the time of kings and queens. With intricate designs and delicate shapes, these are one of the highest level arts seen in India. Nakshi jewellery generally comprises of designs shaped as Gods, Goddesses, and Mythical figures. As a newly wed, the best element that you can include is Maa Lakshmi. Since every young lady in India is considered to be a form of Lakshmi who brings in wealth and prosperity into the house, there can be nothing better than an antique Nakshi Lakshmi necklace for you!

Heritage Nagas Carved Necklace

Nagas is another long-lost heritage jewellery that celebrates temple artistry. You must also include this into your trousseau, customizing your style of choice with designs in the most traditional mango motifs, leaf motifs, or peacock motifs. You can use a single motif or combine all of them together in beautiful red, green, and blue stones to make your necklace stand out. Another unique combination is that of a yellow finished gold adorned with emerald green and rani pink stones, and dazzling whit pearls.

Floral Kasumala

A Kasumala is an essential necklace piece in South India. Every South Indian bride will always have this first in her jewellery collection. Even if you aren’t a South Indian bride, you can always take inspiration from it, and have your own kasumala made. A Kasumala is generally a series of small gold coins overlapping one another, but you can add on some floral touch to it to make your very own unique design.

Where to get these designs?

Make sure to include these amazing three designs into your jewellery collection before stepping into your new life. While you can always include the all-time favourite kundan, pearls, diamonds, jadau, and other designs that never go out of fashion, the above three jewellery pieces will definitely make you stand out from the other ladies in the crowd. You can step into Aura Jewels to have such designs customized as per your choice and preference. This is the perfect customized gold jewellery shop in Bangalore, where you can work with talented designers to have your necklaces designed with your choice of motifs, colours, and shapes.

 

 

 

Men, Here’s How To Wear Your Jewellery Right - Aura Jewels

October 15, 2019 by Aura Jewels  

The first gender that comes to the mind when thinking of jewellery is females. But, that doesn’t mean that men wear or want jewellery any less. Men today have a liking for good amounts of jewellery. But, if they don’t wear it right, it’s going to look only weird. So, here are some rules that every man should follow to make sure he isn’t making the funniest errors.

 

 

 

Keep it simple

Women have the liberty to overdo their jewellery the way they like, but men don’t. Yes, that is impartiality, we know that. But, it’s a fact too. Men need to undoubtedly keep their jewellery simple. It could be a simple chain, a band ring, or a simple bracelet. This is even more important if you want to wear it on an everyday basis. Overdoing these jewellery pieces won’t help you wearing them every day. Nevertheless, if you are going for an event or are in a festive mood, you could go for heavier designs. But, don’t try wearing everything at once.

 

Keep it blended

Whether you are choosing silver of gold, you should only be sporting a single metal. Combining both or any other combinations may not make it appealing to the eyes. Gold is a warm colour, while silver is cool. Never combine these metals; they will strike too sharply! If you want to add on, you can combine gold and silver with appropriate stones of similar shade cards, but don’t combine the two metals at all; the difference is extreme! However, even while combining metal with stone, you need to be very particular about using a colour that suits your skin tone, and one that is limited in size. Too huge or too striking a colour can look feminine.

 

Choose jewellery that is relevant

Because men use very less of jewellery, the eyes catch men with jewellery instantly. Thus, even though it may take up only a tiny percentage of your visual presentation, you need to be very careful about what you wear as people will definitely zero in on your jewellery, especially if it is a flashy metal. Wearing too much jewellery will only grab more attention; and every person will view it differently. Some may view your jewellery as you owning too much of wealth, while others may take it up as organized crime affiliation. We understand that you may like wearing jewellery; we don’t keep you from wearing it, but we only say that you wear it right and relevant. Avoid flamboyant designs, and wear only meaningful jewellery – jewellery that is meaningful and relevant to the situation. Also, know when to wear what. Again, as point 1, keep it simple each day, and save your best for the big occasions in life.

We know it’s unfair for you to follow such rules, but that is reality. So, if y ou wish to appear well-dressed and classy, you will need to stay within the bounds of accepted male styles for sure. And, to get the best designs; the designs you wish to wear; just walk into Aura Jewels, the most admired customized gold jewellery shop in Bangalore. Here, you can choose from ready designs, as well as have your preferred designs especially customized.

 

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What Is 18 Karat Gold - Aura Jewels

September 13, 2019 by Aura Jewels  

You may have heard about 18K, 22K, and 24K gold. But, do you know what exactly all these numbers are? To put it in the simplest of words, these numbers depict the purity of gold. But, if you want every detail of what is meant by these numbers and the “K”, you need to read further down this blog.

 

                               

 

What is “K”?

The “K” here stands for “Karat” – the term that is used to define the purity of gold. The purest form of gold is 24K, which is 99.99% gold mixed with 0.001% of other metals. 22K is 91.67% gold and 18K is 76% gold. Gold is a very sift metal, making it difficult to mold it into jewellery and other stuff. This is why even the purest 24K gold has 0.001% of another metal blended in it so that the metal hardens a little so that it can be moulded to form the best gold jewellery in Bangalore. The metals that are blended with gold include silver, copper, zinc, and nickel. When mixed with nickel and zinc, gold loses its original yellow colour and produces a platinum-like whitish colour, known as white gold, whose purity is generally 18K.

How much Karat gold should you buy?

Now that you know what Karat is, the next question is which the best Karat gold to buy is. Well, the purity that you should choose depends upon your budget and the design you choose. But, the minimum Karat you should choose is 16K. For intricate designs, gold lesser than 16K won't work.

Silver and gold

Silver is a cheaper alternative to gold. In fact, silver is known as the poor man’s gold. But, gold is majestic, and has its own individual status. Gold is also more malleable and softer than silver, making it easier to mould it into intricate shapes and designs. Moreover, gold never tarnishes or loses its shine. And, these qualities are what make gold so expensive. What many people do is have silver jewellery made, polished with 18K gold polish, to make it look like gold jewellery! However, the polish wears off with time, and needs to be re-polished time and again.

What should you buy – gold polished silver or gold?

As jewellery manufacturers, we will not suggest you to opt for fallacy. While many people have succumbed to the trend of crafting 925 sterling silver and having it polished with 18K gold, we suggest that you should instead opt for pure 18K gold instead. Real is always real, and can bring you a good price if you wish to sell it off in the future. Yes, it’s true that you need a big amount to invest in gold, but it’s definitely worth it. So, if you have decided, you can always approach us at Aura Jewels, to get the best gold jewellery in Bangalore, and rest assured that you are getting the purest gold designs. We have a team of skilled designers and artisans who can bring your designs to life!

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Understanding Diamonds - Aura Jewels

August 12, 2019 by Aura Jewels  

Polished diamonds are indeed beautiful, but in the eyes of a layman, a consumer, every diamond appears almost alike. Clients in fact seem to find difficulty in identifying a false diamond from a real one. But, for those who are well-versed with the knowledge of diamonds, they can closely look at each piece and identify the real ones. Every real polished diamond has unique birthmarks like internal inclusions and external flaws. The internal inclusions come about from the formation process of the diamond deep inside the earth; and the external flaws are as a result of the cutting and polishing methods implemented during the manufacturing stage. However, these marks are generally very minute, thus escaping the eyes of a layman. But, experts can see them with the help of imaging tools that magnify them. This is why clients generally have to blindly trust the manufacturer or supplier of the diamond – whether he is cheated or gets a genuine diamond is his luck. This is the reason why the diamond industry is full of lack of trust and exploitation, all of which has hampered consumer confidence. But, when you walk into Aura Jewels, you can rest assured that you will always get only the best and genuine GIA Grading Report diamonds at this reputed and authorized customized diamond jewellery shop in Bangalore.

What reports should you check before buying a diamond?

Every polished diamond that you see in stores comes from a rough diamond extruded from the earth; and remember, no two rough diamonds can ever be identical! Every diamond’s journey from the mine to the selling counter is different. You must thus go through a diamond’s report before buying that display’s the diamond’s transformation from rough to polished, exactly as it occurred. It should also inform about every inclusion and feature of the diamond. With all such information about its transformation, manufacturing, inclusions, features, appearance, and grading, customers become familiar with the diamond’s unique characteristics and journey. All this information helps them make informed decisions as to whether they should buy the diamond or not.

Understanding diamonds with technology

Technology has become a very crucial element of the buying experience for consumers. For every big and small purchase, people get online on their smartphones and computers to understand the properties and compare prices so that they can make the best buy. Same goes for diamonds too. You must go through an interactive, immersive, virtual experience to understand the diamond well before buying.

Why opt for GIA Grading Report diamonds?

A GIA Grading Report is an assurance that proves a diamond to be natural and genuine. It confirms that there is no treatment done to enhance the colour or clarity of the diamond. With a GIA Grading Report, you can have expert analysis of everything regarding a diamond, such as colour, cut, clarity, and weight. It also shows a diamond’s inclusions and clarity characteristics. It also contains security features like a hologram, security screen, and microprint lines that prevent it from being forged or duplicated. This is why GIA Grading Report diamonds have amazing credibility in the market.

Exploring Customized Jewellery - Aura Jewels

July 15, 2019 by Aura Jewels  

Customized jewellery has been a popular choice for centuries, and remains popular even today. People love buying customized jewellery rather than the readily available designs, especially on their special occasions like their wedding, birthday, or anniversary. Also, when it comes to gifting jewellery to someone special, it is a wise decision to get a customized piece of jewellery that can link immediately to his/her heart. When it is for your own collection, you know what you want to buy. But, if you are looking to gift a piece of customized jewellery, here are some considerations that you must make.

What is your relationship with the person you are gifting to?

First and foremost, the relationship matters the most. Obviously, if you are gifting customized jewellery, it has to be a close and dear one. But, what exactly is the relationship? Is it your spouse, parent, child, or someone else? Closest relationships like spouse, parent, child would love to have some gold or diamond. Other relationships like your closest friend, aunt, uncle, or cousin can do with a simpler sterling silver. However, the decision is finally for you to make.

What is the occasion?

Next comes the occasion. Is it a wedding or engagement ring, or is it a birthday chain, or an anniversary jewellery set? Depending upon the occasion, you can decide on how big or small, heavy or intricate the design must be. Also, do you need to buy a complete set, or only a single piece of jewellery can be determined by how important the occasion is.

What is the birthstone of the wearer?

Birthstones add a very special touch to any custom jewellery design. Whether it is for you, or if you are gifting it to someone else, make sure to have the wearer’s birthstone embedded in the design. It will definitely add to the love and affection of your gift.

Looking for some vintage?

Vintage designs are always popular and classy. You can look for inspiration from books, magazines, and the internet to find some classy vintage designs. Recreate an exciting design from the inspiration you have found. Some of the most popular vintage inspirations include monogram jewellery, signet ring with an initial, friendship bracelets, wedding band with an inscription, name jewellery, initial pendants.

Both men and women love wearing customized jewellery. So, worry not, whoever it may be. Just make a good choice and the wearer will love what you have gifted him/her. Just make sure to keep the designs bold and gallant for a man, and intricate and pretty for a woman. To help you with the best designs, you can have your customized jewellery designed at Aura Jewels, the best customized gold jewellery shop in Bangalore. There is a team of talented designers who can design just anything you wish to have; and a team of skilled artisans who can convert any design beautifully into reality! So, you can be sure to get what you are looking for when you walk into Aura Jewels.