Pay Cash Pay Cash
On Delivery
Free Delivery Free Delivery
All over Pakistan
Call now 030 222 777 14 Call Us Now030 222 777 14 Security Checkout Security Checkout100% Secure
View Bag
(0) Items
PKR.00/-
Shopping Bag
 
Home  |  Jewellery Sets  |  Rings  |  Earrings   |  Pendants   |  Necklaces   |  Chains   |  Bracelets   |  Bangles   |  Brooches   |  Anklets   |  Tika   |  Men's Collection   
Interesting Information About Jewellery:

Jewellery Online Shopping increases your knowledge to tell interesting facts & knowledge about making jewellery & jewellery materials.

Categories of Jewellery:

First we tell about all categories of jewellery; 

- Hair Ornaments
     .Hairpins
     .Pony Bands
     .Hair Bands
     .Comb Hair Clips
     .Fascinators
-Head Ornaments
     .Body piercing jewellery
            *Earrings
                    Clip-on earrings
                    Earcuffs
                    Magnetic earrings
     .Nose piercing jewellery
             *Nose-jewels 
                    Nose rings
                    Nose studs
                    Nose chains 
     .Crowns 
             *Circlets 
             *Coronets
             *Diadems 
             *Tiaras 
      .Bindiya
             *Forehead Chain
-Neck
      .Carcanets
              *Necklaces
                    Chokers
                    Pendants
                    Chains 
      .Torcs
-Arms 
      .Armlets (upper arm bracelets) 
      .Bracelets
              *Friendship bracelets 
      .Cuff links 
      .Bangles
-Hands
      .Slave bracelets
      .Rings 
      .Championship rings 
      .Class rings 
      .Engagement rings
      .Promise rings
              *Pre-engagement rings
              *Purity rings 
      .Wedding rings
-Body
      .Belly chains
      .Breastplates
      .Brooches
      .Chatelaines
      .Body piercing jewellery
-Legs & Feet
      .Anklets (ankle bracelets)
      .Toe rings 
      .Barefoot sandals

Jewellery Metals & Materials:

-Precious Metals
      .Gold
      .Palladium 
      .Platinum
      .Rhodium
      .Silver
-Precious Metal Alloys 
      .Britannia silver
      .Colored gold
      .Crown gold 
      .Electrum
      .Shakudo 
      .Shibuichi 
      .Sterling silver
      .Tumbaga
-Mineral gemstones
      .Aventurine 
      .Agate 
      .Amethyst
      .Beryl
      .Carnelian
      .Chrysoberyl
      .Diamond 
      .Diopside 
      .Emerald
      .Garnet
      .Jade
      .Jasper
      .Lapis lazuli
      .Larimar
      .Malachite 
      .Marcasite
      .Moonstone
      .Obsidian
      .Onyx
      .Opal
      .Peridot
      .Quartz
      .Ruby
      .Sapphire 
      .Sodalite
      .Sunstone
      .Tanzanite 
      .Tiger's eye
      .Topaz
      .Tourmaline
      .Turquoise 
      .Yogo sapphire
-Organic gemstones
      .Abalone
      .Amber
      .Ammolite 
      .Copal
      .Coral
      .Ivory
      .Jet
      .Pearl
      .Nacre
-Other natural objects
      .Shell Jewellery

Kundan Jewellery:

Kundan Jewellery is actually a style of setting Gem in Jewellery. 24 carat Gold Foil used to set uncut Diamonds. Gold Foil is inserted between the stones and mount. Uncut Diamond is referred as Polki. Setting done in this manner is known as Jadau. (also called Jadai setting). Infact Jadau word was derived from Jadai.
The word Kundan in Sanskrit really means pure sparkling gold. In Kundan jewellery, purest form of molten gold is used to set stones.

Information about Polki Jewellery:

India is the origin of several precious stones and gemstones like diamond, emerald etc. Polki is a kind of diamond that is also originated in India. Very few peoples are aware with the word “Polki”. A diamond that is uncut is identified as a polki diamond. Polki diamonds are mined from earth in a natural way and there is no enhancement, never lab created or synthetic whatsoever. Due to its natural property, it is always in high demand in international market. It always maintains its value and market price since it is also considered good for investment point of view.
Polki are used in making jewelry from ancient times in India. The jewelry made of polki looks very beautiful and gives a touch of traditional flavor. Since polki are uncut and natural diamonds hence they have fewer fire or brightness when it is compared with fully cut diamonds. A jewelry made of polki is treated with great honor and seemed upon more as heirloom pieces to pass on from one generation to another generation. Polki is considered as the symbol of emotions, love and memories.

Interesting facts about Pearls:

1. Pearls are formed when a tiny bit of sand gets trapped inside an oyster. The oyster produces”nacre" as a defense mechanism that coats the intruder, layer after layer. A pearl is only found naturally in 1 in every 10,000 oysters.
2. Cultured Pearls are formed with human intervention but placing an irritant into an opened mollusk or oyster.
3. Mother of Pearl is the thick nacre that coats the inner shell of the oyster or mollusk. The oyster secretes the nacre from the cells on the mantle tissue to protect itself from parasitic organisms.

About Zircone:

(Earth Sciences / Minerals) a reddish-brown, grey, green, blue, or colourless hard mineral consisting of zirconium silicate in tetragonal crystalline form with hafnium and some rare earths as impurities. It occurs principally in igneous rocks and is an important source of zirconium, zirconia, and hafnia: it is used as a gemstone and a refractory. Formula: ZrSiO4

Gold:

Pure Gold is always yellow. The color of gold can be altered by adding in different metals. This is how it becomes white, red, pink, green, ECT.
You've heard it all your life. 14 karat, 18 karat, 22 karat...In different parts of the world, different karat weights are preferred. Americans like 10 and 14 karat gold. Asians prefer 18 and 22 karat gold. But what does it really mean? Karating of gold can affect its price, its strength and its usefulness, and its color.
Price - Different karat weights demand different prices. Ever wonder why? It's because the karat designation determines just how much gold there is in the metals which make up the piece of jewelry. The lower the karat number, the less gold there is in the piece and the less expensive the gold is - and coincidentally, the more durable it is.
Karat gold is strictly measured in units of 24. 24 karat gold is pure gold. How much alloy is mixed with the gold determines its karat weight, and therefore how much you pay. 10 karat gold has ten parts gold to 14 parts alloy (10 + 14 = 24). 14 karat gold is 14 parts gold to 10 parts alloy 14 + 10 = 24). 18 karat gold is 18 parts gold to 6 parts alloy (18 + 6 = 24), and so on up the scale until you reach pure gold at 24 karat.
Strength - Pure gold is not very useful for jewelry, because it is very soft. Over the centuries different metals have been successfully alloyed with gold to strengthen it, including copper and silver. Different percentages of alloys make slightly different colors of gold, and while most manufacturers use similar formulas, they are not all the same. Mixing all those different formulas together may make an unstable compound which can lead to brittleness or cracking. That is why, instead of melting all your old chains to make a ring for you, your jeweler may prefer to simply credit you the gold weight (minus a refining fee) towards your ring purchase. Your jeweler then periodically sends all the gold he or she has collected to be refined. Refining removes all the alloys from the gold, and it can then be re-alloyed in the proper amounts to make more karat gold mixtures.
Usefulness - The more gold in the mixture, the softer and less durable the item made from it. Most women in America prefer 14 karat gold for the right balance of color and durability. Many American men who like to use their hands prefer a ring made from 10 karat gold, which is harder and can resist scratching more easily. Realistically, 18 and 22 karat rings would need to be polished more often to retain their shine, or might bend more easily if undue pressure is applied. But in normal wear, with proper cleaning and an occasional polish from your local jeweler, high karat jewelry can last a lifetime to become a beautiful addition to your family heirlooms.
Color - With all the different manufacturers using slightly different alloy mixtures, it is sometimes hard to get the yellows, pinks and other colors of gold to be the same. The amount of actual gold in the mixture is strictly regulated, and the colors, yellow, white, green, pink, etc. are pretty standardized. But you may find that a 14 karat yellow gold ring from one store looks slightly more golden or yellow than that of another. This is nothing more than a slight difference in the alloy of that batch of gold and is nothing to be concerned about, so long as the piece is properly karat stamped. The higher karat golds, however, do tend to take on a rich depth of color not found in the lower karat weights.
Whatever the karat weight, make sure it is stamped on a surface of your piece of fine jewelry. This is your assurance that the manufacturer is following standardized weight formulas, and is meeting the requirements of the laws regarding gold karating. If it is not stamped - beware - and if you have your piece repaired, be sure the bench jeweler does not eliminate the karat stamping from your piece.
Europeans use a different system than the karating system, so the notation on your piece of jewelry may need to be interpreted for you by your local jeweler.

About Diamond:

Most Diamonds are 1-3 Million years old. The name diamond comes from the Greek word Adamas, which means indestructible or unconquerable.
Diamonds set in gold or silver became popular as betrothal rings among wealthy Venetians toward the end of the fifteenth century.

About Ruby:

A Ruby is actually a red sapphire.

About Emeraled:

High quality emerald is more valuable than a diamond.
* The most important quality of an emerald, ruby or sapphire is its clarity of color.

Engagement Ring on finger:

Engagement rings are worn on the third finger of the left hand, because the ancient Egyptians believed that the vein in that finger ran directly to the heart.

Making of Artificial Jewellery:

Artificial jewellery is made of metals that are cheap and can be easily moulded into various shapes. Traditionally, the commonest metal used to make artificial jewellery is a white metal called nickel. Lead, copper, cadmium and brass are also being used.

    Receive special offer when you signup for our newsletter
Shipping Information
Payment Options



 
Customer Service
customercare@jewelleryonlineshopping.com

Contact #:
+92 30 222 777 14
Skype ID #: jos.customercare
Whatsapp:
+92 30 222 777 14
Payment Mode

Payment Cash On Delivery
We deliver via:

We Deliver via Blue-Ex


 Customer Services
 About J.O.S. & Jewellery
 Shop
 Stay Connected


  Help & FAQ's
  Exchange & Returns
  Sitemap
  Contact Us
  Terms & Conditions
  Privacy Policy

  About Us
  About Jewellery
  Tips for Wearing Jewellery
  Cleaning & Safety Tips
  Interesting Information & Facts

 Jewellery Sets Jewellery Sets
 Rings Rings
 Earrings Earrings
 Pendants Pendants
 Necklace Necklaces
 Chains Chains
 Bracelets Bracelets
 Bangles Bangles
 Brooches Brooches
 Anklets Anklets
 Men Men's Collection

  Join Us
     Facebook.com Facebook
     LinkedIn.com Linked In
     Pinterest.com Pinterest
     Twitter.com Twitter
     plus.google.com Google+
     Instagram.com Instagram
     blog.jewelleryonlineshopping.com Blog
 
 
Copyright © 2015 JewelleryOnlineShopping.com All Rights Reserved.