Jewellery is a Must Have for Every Occasion: Independence Day jewellery Collection
We mark important events with jewellery; a pair of earrings for a birthday, a ring for your wedding, a bracelet for your first wedding anniversary and so on. But, what about national events like Independence Day? India gained its Independence after years of sacrifice so if not every day, at least once a year on Independence Day we should remember and thank our freedom fighters. One way of doing this and showing our love for the country is through jewellery.
From the first of August onwards, street vendors begin selling brooches and pins with the National Flag. These trinkets may do the job for that year but because of their inferior quality, they do not have a very long life and soon find their way into the dustbin. Gold Jewellery, on the other hand, is an investment that is everlasting. Our range of Independence Day jewellery designs is elegant and sophisticated and can actually be worn on any day of the year other than Independence Day as well. Some of the pendant designs have unisex appeal and can be worn by men and women of all ages.
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In the old days, everyone had a family jeweller in the neighbourhood who they trusted with their gold jewellery. Today, it is quite different. If you want something special, you may have to walk in and out of many stores before you find what you’re looking for. Doesn’t just the thought of this tire you out? Thankfully, you can now buy Independence Day jewellery online without stepping out of the comfort of your home. At BlueStone we have a range of exclusive Independence Day jewellery designs just for you.
Show your Love for India: Buy Independence Day jewellery Designs from Bluestones
During the Second World War, dog tags began being issued to soldiers. These rounded rectangular pendants were intended to serve as identification marks for the soldiers. Today, dog tags have become a style statement and even if you’re not fighting on the borders, you can get one for yourself. Style and sentiment merge in the Shining India Pendant. This pendant design takes the form of a dog tag but instead of the person’s particulars, it features a silhouette of the map of India thus telling the world around you that you are a proud Indian.
The Indian Flag has four colours; saffron, white, green and blue. However, if you were to choose one colour that represents India, it would probably be blue - remember the “Bleed Blue” campaign during the world cup? Our Vande Mataram Pendant, Ashoka Chakra Pendant, and Freedom Pendant pay homage to this colour with a Blue Topaz stone. It is a misconception that studded jewellery is much more expensive than plain gold jewellery. Take the Ashoka Chakra and the Jai Hind Pendant as examples; one features a stone while the other doesn’t but when it comes to Independence Day jewellery prices they are almost at par with each other.
For many people, the main difference between shopping online and offline is that the latter allows you to try on a piece before you buy it. To bridge this gap, we offer you the opportunity to select your favourite pieces and try them on at home before making a final choice. You could also customise the gold carat value of your jewellery to make a piece of jewellery fit your budget; the lower the carat value- the lower the price. So, what are you waiting for – Start browsing now!