Copper jewellery, the emerging fashion must have!
Noble and classic material copper is emerging in fashion jewellery. The healing properties and its adaptability have made copper one of the oldest metal and jewellery makers found it an easy medium to work with and were related to the aesthetic and royalty and used to create crowns and other elements associated with it. Use of the metal definitely increases the status as more copper a person, the greater his social status was in society was and the copper jewellers and owners of it held an increased status in that era.
The healing properties work as when copper comes in direct contact with the skin, the micronutrient properties enter the bloodstream through the skin as a copper salt, resulting from a mix of body oils. Those who wear copper jewellery find it relieves the symptoms of arthritis and circulation problems.
If wearing jewellery can be a good way of taking the amount of mineral needed, then why not include it in fashion, with no compromise with beauty and aestheticism. Copper is inexpensive, easily available and can be shaped with traditional tools. Although with time, copper jewellery can lose its bright shine, it is not a tough task to bring back its shine. The only things required are a small glass of lemon juice and leave it for about 10-20 minutes. Once jewellery is cleaned use a little soap and the toothbrush to clean just a little more, then rinse and dry with a towel.
Due to the rising cost of silver and gold, it is emerging as a popular substitute. People can buy it at affordable prices and at affordable prices and all the fashion freak ones can find them easily available in famous shopping places like Lajpat Nagar and Sarojini Nagar where Fashion in Delhi is clearly evident. With so many advantages, people have started to prefer copper jewellery to wear along with Indian traditional clothes and now it suits well with western clothes too.