Finishing a nylon thread necklace to add a clasp and a back chain

Nylon threads are the most commonly straining material in the indian jewellery. They are used as a single strand or a multiple strand depending on the size and the weight of the bead, the size of the hole and the fall of the necklace. Jewellery designers will need to consider this aspect of the straining

The great Indian Jewellery Karigars

The Karigar way The great Indian Jewellery karigars have been creating the rich & traditional beautiful jewellery for generations. They have been associated with the kings and queens once upon a time where they made the royal jewellery. They have been successfully passing on the art to their heir and hence holding on to the traditional craftsmanship.  over

Creating Jewellery in the Karigar way

Gone are the days when wearing jewellery was restricted to weddings and social occasions! Suitable jewellery for every occasion is the need of the hour for the Indian women. And hence, the emerging jewellery designers have a bigger challenge and an exciting career ahead. Handcrafted jewellery designers today need to have diversity in their designs.

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Jewelry-making threads are used for Stringing the beads or As a design element itself Stringing threads like nylon threads, tiger tail(beading) wire, fishtail wire, fireline, wildfire, nymo etc are made of base materials like the nylon, plastic, metal etc which have an inherent nature to stretch. The cords used in braiding, lacing, knotting and other applications as a design