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Naresh Jain & Sons Jewellers

Accessories are important and becoming more and more important in every day lifestyle. They can completely change the look of an outfit, and women like the idea of having a wardrobe that’s versatile. For instance, a strong piece of jewellery can make a simple outfit look elegant. So “Naresh Jain & Sons Jewellers” is your one stop destination for making any given day an occasion. Our aim is to bring together timeless jewels that are meticulously crafted with the right blend of age, old fascination and elegant modern touches to provide a comprehensive collection that’s affordable while high on quality. Here we introduce you to a passionate blend of luxury, finesse, elegance and unmatched craftsmanship. Redefining the dynamics of couture diamond jewellery with an expertise finest craftsmanship, the fine jewellery from Naresh Jain & Sons Jewellers is one-of-its-kind. Here our masterpieces speak from their own value. Inspired by the popular Indian floral Motif, each cluster reflects the eternal beauty and brilliance of constellation and leads an incomparable radiance to every woman who adorns it. So get ready to face the meeting and wow the crowd at dinner soon.

Mr. Gautam Jain

About Partner

The founder of “Naresh Jain & Sons Jewellers”, Gautam Jain, a young talent in the field of jewellery designing, is highly immersed in the beauty and science of gems and fine jewellery. He did his Graduation in Business and Marketing from DE MONTFORT University, Leicester, UK and then opted for MBA from CARDIFF University, Cardiff UK. Later, he did his Diamond Graduation from GEMOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA (GIA). Along with his outstanding educational qualification, he holds high knowledge of 4C’s and has strong ability to assign CLARITY, POLISH and SYMMETRY grades. He has always been creatively Inclined and his sense of visual perception stimulates his sense to see and create unique designs.

Gautam has a problem solving and result oriented attitude to create solutions that addresses his organizations business needs and challenges. He personally believes that first he needs to be pleased himself with his designs, in order tosatisfy his clients. With his unique individualism and finest designs, he has bought a revolution in the field of jewellery designing.

Gautam believes that design is the soul of jewellery, and so it requires a special sensitivity and passion to create exceptional pieces. A perfect balance of inspiration, cultural reference and innovation makes NG Jewellers different from other competitive brands. According to him, jewellery has the power to be that one little thing that can make you feel unique.

About Jewellery

Jewellery is more than just accessories. They are an augmentation of your personality. The right jewellery can define your mood for the day and add an aura that compliments your presence.

As we all know that simplicity is a precious stone to a woman. Jewelleries are typically made from or contain jewels and precious metal but it also contain love. The love and care which you show to your beloved one’s by these jewelleries and put a smile on her face.

This is no modern day feat, jewellery has always held great value to the Indians. In the other words, jewellery has always held pride of place in the Indian culture. According to Hindu scriptures, diamonds are of eight different types that differ in their color and tincture. These include A conch-colored Diamond called HANSPATI, A grassy green-colored variety called VANASPATI, A bluish-white type called VAJRANEEL, A lotus pink-colored called KAMLAPATI, The grey colored SHYAMVAJRA, A yellowish-green SANLOYL, A dark colored TELLA variety and VASANTHI.

Wear these elegant pieces to complement or in contrast to the beautiful hues of your ensemble.

How To Care Jewellery ?

Always

1.Apply lotion, cosmetics, hairspray and perfume before dressing in jewelry. Silver Jewellery will naturally tarnish over time. We recommend removing jewellery when you shower or bathe and particularly when on the beach, in the sea and in chlorinated water.
2. Avoid wearing your jewellery when using bleach.
3. When undressing, wipe each piece with a clean soft cloth to remove oils and perspiration.
4. To protect your jewellery, pieces should be individually placed in a pouch or within a soft lined box to stop them being scratched or tangled. Ideally store your jewellery in a dark, cool and dry place.

Never

1. Never wear jewelry when doing physical work such as housekeeping, gardening or exercise.
2. Never expose jewelry to household cleaning products.
3. Never expose jewelry to chlorine swimming pools or hot tubs.

Tips for Cleaning:

1. Clean in a secure location, not the rim of a sink where a piece may slip down the drain.
2. Use only a soft brush, never sharp or hard objects, to remove dirt or particles.
3. Clean your jewelry often; lotions, soaps and skin oils alter the optical properties of diamonds and gemstones, causing them to look dull.
Clean diamond jewelry with a soft brush dipped in warm water and mild detergent; rinse under running water.

Jewellery Guide

Buying a diamond is something most people do very rarely, but it’s usually a significant and exhilarating investment. People have been wearing jewellery for over thousand years. But still it is not an easiest thing to shop for. So let us give you some elements which determine the cost and value of a diamond.

There are 4 C’s in diamond which is very important.

1 Carat,
2 Cut,
3 Clarity and
4 Color.

It takes years to become a real expert to assess the quality of the diamond. If you read up and educate yourself before you go to shopping, you can save yourself to pay too much for your diamond jewellery. Carats are the units of weight used for diamonds. Each carat is divided into 100 points. 1 Carat equals 1/5 gram. A carat is weight, not size.

Diamond color is also graded from D to Z. D grade diamond is colorless and most expensive. There is miner difference between D or E grade diamond. Even an expert needs a copy one to evaluate it. Z grade diamond is the yellow one. This kind of diamond rarely use in Jewellery.

Cutting of a diamond is very essential part. A well-cut diamond may appear larger than a badly cut diamond of equal weight.

Most of the above aspect will help you to buy diamond which you desire.

History

The founder of “NG JEWELLERS” Gautam Jain, a young talent in the field of jewellery designing, is highly immersed in the beauty and science of gems and fine jewellery. He did his Graduation in Business and Marketing from DE MONTFORT University, Leicester, UK and then opted for MBA from CARDIFF University, Cardiff UK. Later he did a Diamond Graduation from GEMOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA (GIA). Along with his outstanding educational qualification, he holds high knowledge of 4C’s and has strong ability to assign CLARITY, POLISH and SYMMETRY grades. He has always been creatively Inclined and his sense of visual perception stimulates his sense to see and create unique designs.

Gautam has a problem solving and result oriented attitude to create solutions that addresses his organizations business needs and challenges. He personally believes that first he needs to please himself with his designs, so that he can perfectly please his clients. With his unique individualism and finest designs, he has come up to bring a revolution in the field of jewellery Designing.

Gautam believes that Design is the soul of jewellery, and so it requires a special sensitivity and passion to create exceptional pieces. A perfect balance of inspiration, cultural reference and innovation makes NG Jewellers different from other competitive brands. According to him jewelry has the power to be this one little thing that can make you feel unique.

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Meet the Four Cs

Gemstone value is based on a combination of features, sometimes called value factors. The Four Cs is a universal and effective communication tool for members of the diamond industry. Four Cs include: • Clarity • Color • Cut • Carat Clarity Diamonds are form under extreme heat and pressure, so internal and external characteristics are common. Clarity characteristics might have negative influences on diamond’s value, but they have positive effects as well. They help gemologists separate diamonds from simulants. Inclusions in diamonds often have a different appearance from inclusions in simulants, as no two diamonds have exactly the same clarity characteristics. Diamonds have internal features called inclusion and surface irregularities called blemishes. Together they are called clarity characteristics. The grading reports show plotted diagrams of clarity characteristics marked in red for internal, and green for external features; they are useful for identification. Internally Flawless (IF) Shows no inclusion, however might have some minor blemishes. Very Very Slightly Inclusions (VVS1 & VVS2) Minute inclusions that is very difficult to see under 10x magnification. Very Slightly Inclusions (VS1 & VS2) Small & minor inclusions observed with effort under 10x magnification. Slightly Inclusions (SI1 & SI2) Contains inclusions that are noticeable under 10x magnification. Included (I1, I2 & I3) Contain inclusions that are obvious under 10x magnification. Color A slight hint of Color can make a big difference in a diamond’s price. Diamonds with very little Color are much rarer than those that show some yellow. Most diamonds used in jewellery are nearly colorless with yellow or brown tints, most often light yellow. Diamonds come in many colors other than yellow and brown. Most rare Colors are red, purple and green called fancy Color. With colored diamonds, more color usually means higher value, so the brightest, purest colors are the most desirable. The D-to-Z scale describes the normal color range of diamonds. Each letter represents a range of color that’s based on a combination of tone- darkness or lightness & saturation- intensity. To determine the correct color, all submitted diamonds are compared to an internationally accepted masterstones, the colors of which range from D to Z, the most yellow/brown - aside from "fancy" yellow or brown. Laboratories assign a color grade for diamonds in the D-Z range with the diamond face-down and viewed through the pavilion. This is because size, shape, cut quality and the presence of fluorescence can influence visible face-up color. It’s difficult to accurately determine a diamonds color grade if it’s mounted. Diamonds can be treated to alter or add color by coating, irradiation, heating or by combination of irradiation and heating. A combination of high pressure and high temperature can lighten or remove diamond color. Cut A well cut diamond can make light perform in breathtaking ways, resulting in a magnificent display of three important diamond attributes: brilliance, fire and scintillation. Brilliance is the combination of all the white light reflections from the surface and the inside of a diamond. It gives a polished diamond its brightness. Fire is the word for the flashes of color you see in a polished diamond. Scintillation describes the flashes of light you see when diamond, the light, or the observer moves. The three major parts of a polished diamond, top to bottom, are the crown, the girdle, and the pavilion. The crown and the pavilion and sometimes the girdle, have small, flat, polished surfaces called facets, flat facet at the bottom of the pavilion is called the culet. Cuts in shapes other than round are called fancy cut. Fancy cuts also have name of their own. The most familiar are the marquise, princess, pear, oval, heart and emerald cut. Brilliant cuts generally show more fire, term brilliant cut is used as a general term for gems of any shape with facets that are mostly triangular or kite shaped and that radiate from the center. Round brilliant cut usually deliver excellent brightness, fire, and scintillation. Cut isn’t only about shape but also it affects many aspects of a diamond’s appearance. An excellent polish and symmetry rating adds maximum value to a well proportioned diamond.