Different Types of Oxidised Necklace To Buy Wholesale

Planning to refurbish your oxidised necklace collection? Wish to add some of the timeless oxidised beauties that you can be proud of? Are you wondering how to get these oxidised jewellery necklaces at cost-effective rates from trusted brands? Kanhai Jewels is your one-stop destination.

You will absolutely adore our intricately-patterned oxidised choker necklaces at Kanhai Jewels, which are available at competitive prices. Artisan-led handcrafting, premium-quality raw materials and the best-in-industry jewellery carving are some of our promises to our customers.  

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Come relish the sophisticated elegance of oxidised chokers, oxidised long necklaces, black oxidised jewellery and more on the Kanhai Jewels website. Why visit physical jewellery stores to view a limited range of simple oxidised necklaces when you can access an endless collection online from the comfort of your home with just a few swipes and clicks?

Frequently Asked Questions:

Can you make an oxidised necklace shiny again?

Contrary to popular belief, maintaining oxidised jewellery is not as daunting and time-consuming as it may be portrayed. If you are in possession of some of the nicest-appearing oxidised necklaces and wish to show them off at the next event, here are some quick DIY ways to shine your oxidised necklace.

  • First of all, avoid moisture exposure to your oxidised necklace. Keep it finely locked in secure ZIP-lock packages.
  • Avoid exposing your necklace to cosmetics, perfumes, and other articles.
  • Got a dull oxidised necklace? Worry not. Rub some tooth powder on it, and rinse it off with lukewarm or regular water. Then, pat it dry and safely pack it to use.
  • Got tomato ketchup in your food cabinet? Time to use it to shine your oxidised necklace. Put the necklace in a bowl of tomato ketchup for 15 minutes, rinse it off later, and you are ready to go.
  • Cover your oxidised choker necklace or oxidised long necklace with baking soda. Leave it for half an hour, rinse it off with water, and you and your oxidised necklace are ready to inspire awe.

Will the Oxidised necklace turn black?

Oxidising silver, gold, or any other jewellery material creates a gorgeously distinctive and stunning antiqued look. This happens to gold/silver jewellery over time as it’s exposed to oxygen, but the look can also be created purposely by exposing silver to sulphur while crafting oxidised jewellery. Pure silver generally needs to be polished and cleaned on a regular basis to prevent tarnish. Similarly, oxidation can be buffed out of the oxidised jewellery over time. This is applicable to the oxidised ornaments that bear frequent usage and exposure to oil, moisture, and external particles. They are more likely to fade more quickly. Oxidised jewellery may turn darker if your skin has too much Vitamin C too.

How do you clean an oxidised silver necklace?

Now, who does not wish to deck up in the most regal-looking piece of jewellery, no matter whether it’s gold, Kundan, pearl, diamond, or oxidised? If you have some of the statement oxidised silver necklaces and feel like giving them a squeaky clean, you are ready to go.

Cleaning your oxidised choker, black oxidised jewellery, and oxidised silver necklaces have never been this easy. Leverage your food and hygiene cabinet, and you are all set. Let’s start with the food cabinet. Got baking soda and ketchup handy? Use these to soak your necklace for a certain period of time, rinse, and shine your jewellery in an easy, quick, and hassle-free manner.

Toothpaste and tooth powders - how many different ways can you use them? First for oral hygiene and next for soothing burns, cuts, and more. What else? You can use these to shine your oxidised long necklaces and chokers too.