I hope that you would have all enjoyed reading about Indigo and how it inspired me to create Blue Gold – Indigo Jewelry collection in the first post of the series. Though, I intended to post about the necklaces immediately I got caught up in the interdepartmental culturals at the college where I work. I participated in group dance, drama and ofcourse the Fashion show that I researched for and styled apart from walking the ramp. It was great fun as I was doing a full show after my school days. But as it was also the last week of semester it was extremely hectic. Nevertheless, I found some time to make some jewelry.
Here they are, a few necklaces from the Blue gold jewelry collection inspired by the Indigo dye. They are statement making and have metal components in them. They are all for sale with complimentary beaded earrings.
Blue gold necklaces
Indigo was patronized by rulers from all over the world. From Byzantine emperors to Rajput kings, this blue colors with a hint of purple was a staple in their wardrobes. Though both Blue pottery and Indigo are quintessentially Indian, they give off a British vibe when put together. This may attributed to the fact that English designs were heavily influenced by Indian traditions during their colonial rule. In this necklace I have use silver foiled and compressed glass beads, silver spaces, ceramic beads, and a stone focal. Designed with a minimal yet bold aesthetic in mind the melange of these striking components is an ode to that era of design fusion.
Tree of Life
For someone who finds it hard to create just one piece in Monochrome, it was hard for me to create an entire collection of blues. So it was only natural that I added some complementary accents. This necklace has a Turquoise tree of life metal focal along with a turquoise round and howlite beads. The blues are in ceramic, patterned glass and crystal with a pop of red orange round. I created this necklace to go with summer whites and it comes with simple crystal earrings.
With that I come to the end of this post on Blue Gold necklaces that have metal components in them. I have two more sets of necklaces left. One with fabric and fibre and the other set comprises of simple beaded necklaces. All Necklaces are available for sale and I ship all over the world. For further details and order placement email me or send in a message on Facebook.
What do you think of these necklaces? I specifically created them in various styles to cater to a wide range of women who love indigo. What image of jewelry do the words “Blue gold” or “Indigo” conjure up in your minds? Do tell me in the comments. Do not forget to Check out the full collection at JewelsofSayuri on Facebook
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I hope you found it interesting