TOP 10 BEST SELLING JEWELRY PIECES OF ALL TIMEmustafa
When we make a conscious choice about what we wear, we’re also choosing how we present ourselves to the world. We may also tend to dress in ways that reflect how we feel. What we wear might even cause us to adopt characteristics associated with those items. These things also go for the jewelry you choose, which you might select to help you feel empowered, beautiful and unique.
At M.B Collections, we’re passionate about offering jewelry for women to adorn themselves with. If you’re looking for some of our best-selling pieces of all times Read on to find out all about the top 10 best-selling jewelry pieces of all time.
Dolly is inspired by traditional bridal theme, it is by far one of the most unique design and Style for anyone to opt. This Set Represents a little Story that is the Rasam of taking Dolly away in her Palki with two bearers on her sides. The Earrings represent Dolly Dancing on her Rasam. The deep and delicate details on the set where the little horse is carrying the raja inspired by the Rajhistani theme and the dance of raja and rani in the middle of the set just catches the eyes. The intricate design on this set is a treat for the eyes. This is a limited edition article of oxidized jewelry and one of our best sellers of all time.
Tanmay is made up of real pearls and brass. It is one of our very own custom made design. Tanmay is simple yet luxe enough to be worn on any special occasion. It is a timeless piece crafted with fine material. Tanmay is made of Brass (Tanmba) alloy which is made up of roughly half copper and half zinc, which has a nice yellow color. Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc. It has a bright-gold appearance, which, for centuries, has made it a popular material to be used in a wide array of pieces of jewelry. To give this set a hint of traditional aura Real pearls are used in the set. These Sets are customized on order. It is one of our best-selling article of this season.
The Indian subcontinent has been one of the major centers of jewelry from the past several millennia. Out of all the types of jewelry that are held in reverence in the subcontinent, Nauratan Jewelry probably features in the top. The term “Navaratna” word which means “nine gems.” Thus Nauratan jewelry refers to jewelry pieces created with the nine gems— diamond, ruby, emerald, coral, pearl, yellow sapphire, blue sapphire, hessonite and cat’s eye. Each of these gems is assigned a certain celestial significance and such a type of jewelry has been popular since ancient times. This nauratan combo has been one of our timeless and best sellers for festive seasons.
- QALIB KARI
Qalib Kari is one of our classic Oxidized sets of all time. Oxidized silver is a piece of jewelry that has been introduced to sulfides in an attempt to change the color of its surface over a long period of time. The term ‘oxidizing’ is thus misleading since oxygen plays no role in the process. This process has become popular due to the antiqued, royal look it gives to items. It also gives one the chance to experiment with their jewelry by mixing and matching designs. Qalib Kari has indian gemstone on it in various colors this set is simple, classic and graceful.
One of our most popular designs “Koh-i-Noor” this is one of our hot sellers of all time. This set is so elegant yet decent enough to create a soft look on your clothes. The Ethnic style of the set is so eye-catching and the breath taking details are a treat for the eyes. This mala is made up of oxidized metal, which gives it an antique touch. This mala is worn throughout various drama serials by Saba Faisal.
- BEL AIR
Bel Air is made of Zircon which is a gemstone made of the mineral zirconium silicate. It is one of the oldest stones present on earth. People have been wearing jewelry made of zircon since ancient times. The gemstone is a precious mineral known for its attractive features. The inside of earring is oxidized. Oxidized silver is a process that many jewelers use to give sterling silver a black patina. It gives the jewelry an antique or tarnished look. The process consists of taking clean sterling silver and using a chemical to treat it to speed up the tarnishing effect. This earring is a very unique combination of Zircon and oxidized jewelry and is one of our limited edition and best seller earrings of all time.
- SILVER HUES
Depending on where you wear it, a nose ring can be seen as a beautiful accessory, a symbol of status, wealth or prestige or even as an act of rebellion. Our most best-selling articles “Silver Hues” have various designs in nose cuffs. These Rajasthan Inspired designs are a treat for the eyes and complete your ethnic look.
Our Jhumkis are one of our best-selling articles of all time. They are small with a huge diversity in colors. The word ‘jhumka’ instantly evokes a picture of movement and fluidity. The name of this traditional bell-shaped earring, is after all, an onomatopoeia — meant to reflect the distinctive jingle that its suspended beads and adornments make with every turn of the head. The word translates to ‘bell’ or ‘bowl’, fittingly named after the silhouette’s most significant feature. Today, jhumka earrings are likely to be a staple of one’s festive and wedding season wardrobe. Its timelessness adds a traditional update to any given look, while its versatility allows for pairing with contemporary occasion wear too. The best of both worlds, if you may.
White Dove earrings are a classic, understated option for women who want a versatile accessory that goes with anything, from jeans to little black dresses. Because they are over sized, they are appropriate for any occasion and dress code. These earrings have the simplicity of pearls, with a twist. These earrings are appropriate for daytime, but they can also be worn with an elegant outfit for a sophisticated evening event.
- ANTIQUE PAYAL
Antique Payal is a rajasthan inspired design. While anklets are becoming increasingly popular, the meaning of wearing one remains the same. An anklet, also called ankle chain, ankle bracelet or ankle string, is an ornament worn around the ankle. Barefoot anklets and toe rings historically have been worn for at least over 8,000 years by girls and women in Indus Valley, in South Asia where it is commonly known as pattilu, payal, golusu and sometimes as nupur.