Tuesday, 10 December, 2019, 7:11 PM
Home Life & Style

Jewlery

Jewellery’s new era along with traditional designs

Published : Saturday, 16 November, 2019 at 12:00 AM  Count : 417
Life & Style Report

Jewellery’s new era along with traditional designs

Jewellery’s new era along with traditional designs


'Diamonds are a girl's best friend'. Diamonds or not, every region all across the globe uphold a unique jewelry design and Bangladeshi ornaments bear testimony to this history and the strong spirit corridor relation with culture and tradition.
The beauty of the women of this nation is appreciated most around many countries because of their rich choice of jewelry passed across generations. Ornaments are one of the key secrets of the mesmerizing beauty of Bangladeshi women.
During occasions like wedding and engagement, one can get to see the ethnic and conventional ornament. Wedding jewelry is created using uniform artful techniques involving meenakari and Kundan work. Such pieces are fused with fast artisanship and elegance, thus, making them auxiliary valuable. But the trend is changing now.
Millennials in Bangladesh are increasingly showing a taste for a more universal style - understated design in white metal adorned with more diamonds. People don't want to be told what an engagement ring is or what it is not. Millennials decide on their own. They would buy a traditional engagement ring with a center stone but they would also go for something that has never been designed as an engagement ring but is unique and special and makes them happy.
Simplicity and sophistication are today's mantra for the modern women, no matter the occasion. Large statement pieces or smaller chic pendants, there is usually an occasion to sport all kinds. Pendants remain a classic, no matter what shape or kind people prefer for the personal approach.
Designers in Jarwa House are experimenting with jewelry as the new generation is coming up with new ideas. The brand is ready, willing and able to sell to the millennials through solid gold and gemstone pieces that are minimalist, tapping into the millennial aesthetic, and which are, more importantly, quite affordable.
The collection is an eclectic mix of traditional Bangladeshi motifs and western design sensibility. The jewelry pieces are a balance of utility and beauty. Each piece is much more than a jewel and tells a story of its own.
Jarwa House has a wide range of pendants that cater to women of diverse tastes. The various kinds of jewelry are crafted by the company's exceptionally skillful artisans who boast years of extensive experiences. As an added advantage, they use their unparalleled knowledge of gemology to arrive at final products which is the best anyone has to offer in the country.




With the changing of times, the trend of jewelry is altering. Yet, jewelry cannot be compared with fashion trends which are transient. Jewelry is contemporary and timeless. It often tells stories. From heirlooms passed down through generations to gems found in jewelry shops, even the least monetarily valuable pieces can become rich with the sentimental value which comes from wearing something every day.




« PreviousNext »



Latest News
Most Read News
Editor : Iqbal Sobhan Chowdhury
Published by the Editor on behalf of the Observer Ltd. from Globe Printers, 24/A, New Eskaton Road, Ramna, Dhaka.
Editorial, News and Commercial Offices : Aziz Bhaban (2nd floor), 93, Motijheel C/A, Dhaka-1000. Phone :9586651-58. Online: 9513959, Advertisement: 9513663
E-mail: info@dailyobserverbd.com, online@dailyobserverbd.com, news@dailyobserverbd.com, advertisement@dailyobserverbd.com,   [ABOUT US]     [CONTACT US]   [AD RATE]   Developed & Maintenance by i2soft