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Oxidised jewellery is a popular trend that has been around for centuries. It consists of metal that has been exposed to oxygen, causing a chemical reaction and resulting in the metal becoming brown or black. This oxidized look is often portrayed as rustic, antique and earthy. Oxidized jewellery can be beautiful, but it's essential to understand what this means for your jewellery. The excellent news about oxidised jewellery is that you can quickly fix this by simply polishing your oxidised jewellery with carnauba wax or other polish made specifically for cleaning oxidised metals.
Advantage of Oxidised Jewellery Over Other Jewellery
The oxidized look is currently one of the most popular trends in jewellery. Oxidized jewellery is popular because of its unique style and rich history. There are a few reasons you should consider this type of jewellery for your next purchase or design inspiration. Some people also prefer oxidized jewellery because it offers a degree of protection against scratches as well as an old-fashioned look that’ll never go out of style! Many people also prefer oxidized jewellery due to its antiquated look that'll never go out of style!
Oxidised Maang Tikka - How can your look be complete without the maang tikka in oxidised silver? Not only does it serve as a hair accessory, but it also gives a demure look to the face.
Oxidised Bangles and Bracelets - Bangles sets, kadas and bracelets; you can have it all for your wrists in oxidised silver. Right from simple designs bangles to ornate kadas with intricate craftsmanship; oxidized silver gives you several options to pick from.
Oxidised Jhumkas - They are the perfect piece of jewellery to be worn with your kurta and jeans to college and also with your crisp cotton saree. Jhumkas are a piece of statement jewellery by themselves, and they have all the power to uplift your look.
Oxidised Nose Pin - Fret not if you haven't got your nose pierced to sport the funky nose pins, for Oxidized nose pins can be worn by anyone with or without a pierced nose. Not only do they give you a snazzy look, they completely redefine your face structure. Make sure you sport kohl-lined eyes with the nose pin to add to the look.
Oxidised Cocktail Rings - Chunky large in size, these rings come in traditional designs, but that should not stop you from pairing them even with your pair of jeans. They go well with Indian outfits and western attire, giving a bohemian look.
Oxidised Bajuband - Your Garba night during Navratri cannot be complete without an oxidized necklace and an armlet or Bajuband to match it.
Oxidised Anklets - Who doesn't love to wear anklets with those ankle-length jeans and culottes, which are the favorite pick of all girls in summers? You can either wear them in either feet or both, depending on the look you want. With your western attire, just one anklet will give you the desired effect, while with your traditional dress, anklets in both feel elegant.
Oxidised Necklaces - You can have them as a treat as you want or as feisty and chunky as you wish. Oxidized silver necklaces present you with so many options that you can never stop buying just one. Big beads, geometric designs, coloured stones and woven with thread, these necklaces come with match earpieces to give you a synched look. You can easily accessorize oxidised jewellery with a saree with these necklaces as you can with your crop top, maxi skirt, and stole combination.
Oxidised Toe Rings - Earlier worn only by married women, oxidized toe rings are now being worn as fashion jewellery and come in sleek and slender designs that sit comfortably on your feet.
How to Care and Clean Oxidised Jewellery?
Avoid wearing your jewellery in water
Dry your jewellery after wearing it
Store your jewellery in a dry place
Clean your jewellery with a soft cloth and mild soap
Never use cleaners that contain ammonia or bleach
Don’t wear your jewellery overnight
Avoid exposing your jewellery to chlorine and saltwater
Clean your jewellery often for best results
At Mirraw you will find some unique oxidized jewellery that will instantly make you the talk of the room. The oxidized silver Hansuli, tribal bohemian afghan choker, ethnic oxidised jhumkis, and flower print danglers are some exquisite pieces that should instantly make your cart. At Mirraw you will find oxidized silver jewellery, antique gold finish, and oxidised gold jewellery.