What do You Mean by Terracotta Jewellery?
Terracotta jewellery/adornments are created from regular earthen mud which is skin-friendly. Terracotta jewellery exists from the Harrapan civilisation and there is proofs of it too. Terracotta is also useful for making kitchen items and toys too. Terracotta jewellery are moulded and baked after the adornment is made which gives the terracotta a redfish brown finish afterwards they are coloured into different colours to suit different outfits.
Which Outfits are Suitable with Terracotta Jewellery?
Terracotta jewellery is best to pair with ethnic outfits such as sarees, suits or Anarkali to make the ethnic outfit more ethnic by adding embellished jhumkas, earrings or pendants with it for a graceful look. Terracotta jewellery designs with minimal work on them are best for semi – formal wear or office ethnic wear which is formal yet ethnic.
How to Take Care of Terracotta Jewellery?
Terracotta jewellery are fragile as they are baked on high temperatures but a little care can stop them from breaking.
- Terracotta jewellery is prone to dullness, to prevent the same do clean the jewellery with soft cotton pad nicely after every time you wear it.
- Terracotta jewellery should be kept in a different case or box to prevent it from scratches.
- Do not keep any heavy thing on the terracotta jewellery as it’s fragile and prone to breakage.
- Avoid the contact of terracotta jewellery with cosmetics, perfume, water, alcohol and chemicals too or basically anything liquid.
Why Terracotta Jewellery is the Best?
Terracotta jewellery is the best as it is made of all-natural clay which is not reactive on any skin type. One doesn’t have to worry about allergies. Terracotta jewellery is unique and inexpensive to buy and comes in different variety of designs which are inspired from nature. Terracotta clay is one ancient clay which exists from the Harappan civilisation which makes the jewellery even more special to wear.