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We, at Dazzles Jewellery, only use semi precious stones. We make sure that the stones we use are of the highest quality possible for any artificial jewellery.

We don’t recommend this at all. Still if you want to do so, then the jewellery is at your risk. We won’t be able to help you in any manner in future.

If you need any part of your jewellery of some particular color, then contact us at the time of purchasing your jewellery. That is the best time.

We take utmost care of our jewellery during the manufacturing process. We use the highest quality of semi precious stones in our jewellery. Our artisans complete all the processes, so that our customers get only the highest quality of jewellery. But as the jewellery goes from our hand to yours, there are few precautions you need to take for the long life of your jewellery:

  1. Keep it in the plastic box we give with the jewellery. Plastic box is moisture, gum and adhesive free. Hence, it would not affect the polish of your jewellery.
  2. Keep different types of jewellery in different boxes. For example, keep all oxidized jewellery in one box and all kundan jewellery in another box. Best scenario would be to keep each jewellery in spearate box.
  3. Don’t put cotton stuffing with your jewellery. Cotton absorbs moisture from the environment and hence it can damage the shine of your jewellery.
  4. Keep it away from chemical and moisture. Means, don’t wear your jewellery while having batch and don’t put perfume after you put on your jewellery and make up.

In short, wear jewellery in the last and take it out the moment you are back home before doing any other task.

If you need to change the color of drop of any jewellery, then contact us as soon as you place the order. Or you can chat with us before making the final purchase decision. Change the drop your self only if you know manufacturing process of any jewellery.

Our silver jewellery is based on pure silver metal. In general circumstances, the shine should not turn black. But if somehow the jewellery get oxidized and its shine gets reduced, you can rub your silver jewellery vigorously with a velvet cloth. This will wipe off all the oxidized blackness deposited on your silver jewellery.

If this does not help much, you can contact us or contact any local kaarigar in your area.

All our jewellery has different kinds of bases:

  1. Kundan, Zircon, Polki and Antique jewellery – Base is Silver and Copper mix alloy
  2. Oxidized jewellery – Brass
  3. Silver jewellery – 60 % to 80 % Silver & Pure 92.5% halmarked silver jewellery
  4. Flower Jewellery – Artificial flowers

Technically one gram gold term can be used for any jewellery only if it contains one gram of pure gold.

Speaking from our experience, one gram gold jewellery actually were in existance till late 90’s. Then rate of gold soared high and only the term “one gram gold” continued but the manufacturing process changed.

Many retailers, even the real jewellers keep selling a lie to their customer by stating their jewellery as one gram gold jewellery.

Question them be asking:

  • If I melt the jewellery, will I get one gram of pure gold?

Think your self about the rate of one gram gold and then compare with the rate of jewellery you are buying.

Many retailers use this to keep their jewellery rate very high, but just to fool the customers.

Even the closest jewellery we get today contains few milligrams of gold in it and these jewellery shine like real gold.

 

This is a complete and absolute NO. Many brands are giving their jewellery in velvet boxes these days in an attempt to present their packaging in a better manner. But they don’t realize that how badly velvet boxes damage any jewellery in a longer run.

Velvet boxes contain adhesives. When any jewellery is kept in a closed velvet box, the air inside get contaminated with adhesive particles. These particles harm the polish of any jewellery.

We recommend to keep your jewellery in the plastic boxes. Plastic boxes are free from any checmical and moisture.

We, at Dazzles Jewellery, only use semi precious stones. We make sure that the stones we use are of the highest quality possible for any artificial jewellery.

We don’t recommend this at all. Still if you want to do so, then the jewellery is at your risk. We won’t be able to help you in any manner in future.

If you need any part of your jewellery of some particular color, then contact us at the time of purchasing your jewellery. That is the best time.

We take utmost care of our jewellery during the manufacturing process. We use the highest quality of semi precious stones in our jewellery. Our artisans complete all the processes, so that our customers get only the highest quality of jewellery. But as the jewellery goes from our hand to yours, there are few precautions you need to take for the long life of your jewellery:

  1. Keep it in the plastic box we give with the jewellery. Plastic box is moisture, gum and adhesive free. Hence, it would not affect the polish of your jewellery.
  2. Keep different types of jewellery in different boxes. For example, keep all oxidized jewellery in one box and all kundan jewellery in another box. Best scenario would be to keep each jewellery in spearate box.
  3. Don’t put cotton stuffing with your jewellery. Cotton absorbs moisture from the environment and hence it can damage the shine of your jewellery.
  4. Keep it away from chemical and moisture. Means, don’t wear your jewellery while having batch and don’t put perfume after you put on your jewellery and make up.

In short, wear jewellery in the last and take it out the moment you are back home before doing any other task.

If you need to change the color of drop of any jewellery, then contact us as soon as you place the order. Or you can chat with us before making the final purchase decision. Change the drop your self only if you know manufacturing process of any jewellery.

Our silver jewellery is based on pure silver metal. In general circumstances, the shine should not turn black. But if somehow the jewellery get oxidized and its shine gets reduced, you can rub your silver jewellery vigorously with a velvet cloth. This will wipe off all the oxidized blackness deposited on your silver jewellery.

If this does not help much, you can contact us or contact any local kaarigar in your area.

All our jewellery has different kinds of bases:

  1. Kundan, Zircon, Polki and Antique jewellery – Base is Silver and Copper mix alloy
  2. Oxidized jewellery – Brass
  3. Silver jewellery – 60 % to 80 % Silver & Pure 92.5% halmarked silver jewellery
  4. Flower Jewellery – Artificial flowers

Technically one gram gold term can be used for any jewellery only if it contains one gram of pure gold.

Speaking from our experience, one gram gold jewellery actually were in existance till late 90’s. Then rate of gold soared high and only the term “one gram gold” continued but the manufacturing process changed.

Many retailers, even the real jewellers keep selling a lie to their customer by stating their jewellery as one gram gold jewellery.

Question them be asking:

  • If I melt the jewellery, will I get one gram of pure gold?

Think your self about the rate of one gram gold and then compare with the rate of jewellery you are buying.

Many retailers use this to keep their jewellery rate very high, but just to fool the customers.

Even the closest jewellery we get today contains few milligrams of gold in it and these jewellery shine like real gold.

 

This is a complete and absolute NO. Many brands are giving their jewellery in velvet boxes these days in an attempt to present their packaging in a better manner. But they don’t realize that how badly velvet boxes damage any jewellery in a longer run.

Velvet boxes contain adhesives. When any jewellery is kept in a closed velvet box, the air inside get contaminated with adhesive particles. These particles harm the polish of any jewellery.

We recommend to keep your jewellery in the plastic boxes. Plastic boxes are free from any checmical and moisture.