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Breathe life into old jewellery

  • Author:Tina
  • Source:Yadao
  • Release on :2014-08-22
A good piece of jewellery never gets old.

                                                                       
And with the right embellishments, you may prolong the life of a generations-old statement necklace or ring, and even give them a new personality, said Manju Kothari, creative director of Hong Kong-based jewellery brand Entice. 

The art of revamping old jewellery is useful during weddings when heirloom pieces are passed on from one generation to another as a token of love and blessing. Sentiments are attached to these ornaments, which make them more precious, Kothari said.
 
“Wear the blessings of your mother with a touch of modernity. Entice gives you a chance to add a touch of freshness to your old jewellery to make it look more appealing,” the company official said. 
 
According to Kothari, main motifs from old jewellery pieces can be taken out and used to create a new piece with a more modern look.

Chains of old necklaces can also be replaced with strings of pearls or gemstones. Kothari suggested adding gemstone beads instead of gold or diamonds to infuse colour. 
 
Big rings can also be converted to pendants or maang tikkas or vice versa; older singular pieces can make stunning cocktail rings.
 
A lone earring can be broken and made into a cocktail ring, brooch or a maang tikka. Kothari also suggested giving traditional-looking polki jewellery a more contemporary edge by mixing it with motifs of a modern diamond setting.
 
Old statement necklaces can also be converted into various smaller necklaces and earring sets. Adding drops in pink sapphire or turquoise, instead of the typical ruby or emerald, can also soften its look.
 
“One can also use centre gemstones from vintage classic jewellery. The gemstones can be removed and given a modern setting. You get a new jewellery piece as well as hold memories close to your heart,” Kothari said.