Versatility of multi coloured jewellery

Versatility of multi coloured jewellery

Versatility of multi coloured jewellery

Multi coloured jewellery has the versatility of complementing any jewellery worn. Whether it be a bangle, ring, necklace, pendant, earrings or brooch, the different colours allow you to mix and match the jewellery you already have.

Jewellery traditionally came in only one colour; either yellow, white or rose gold.

There are increasing trends of jewellery constructed with two tone or even three tone gold

There are increasing trends of jewellery constructed with two tone (white and yellow) or even three tone (rose, white and yellow) gold.

The versatility of multiple colours allows the wearer to mix and match their current jewellery. Do you have yellow and white gold rings? Wear them together and compliment it with a piece of two or three tone jewellery. Outfit complete!

Two and three tone jewellery can also compliment the stones set. Diamond settings for example have traditionally been made in white gold or platinum which reflect the ‘white’ colour of the diamond, yellow diamonds often are set in yellow gold, pinks in rose gold.

This bangle was made for a client of ours in our workshop. Hand crafted, hinged and set with diamonds, she can wear it not only with her other jewellery items, but from day to night. Jewellery is always made extra special with diamonds!

Do you have jewellery you no longer wear and want to remodel? Make an appointment today to consult with one of our jewellers and design a multi coloured item of jewellery, perhaps with a mix of yellow, rose or white gold. Call 03 9650 3830 or email info@abrecht.com.au

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