In Indian culture, bangles symbolize good fortune and prosperity. On a regular day, you may wear a pair of slim gold bangles but for special events, you need something a little more dramatic- solitaire bangles. Bangles are an essential element of an Indian bride’s solah shringaar but even if you’re not married, you can flaunt solitaire bangles on your wrist. They have a classic style appeal that you can’t go wrong with and will complement all your favourite outfits. Let’s take a closer look at them.

Solitaire Bangle Design Vs Other Diamond Bangles

When it comes to solitaire jewellery, size is a critical factor. After all, all solitaires are diamonds but not all diamonds are solitaires. Only those diamonds that weigh more than 30 cents can be categorized as solitaires. If a bangle design uses more than one diamond, it is not the collective carat weight but the carat weight of each diamond that must be considered.  

Classic Solitaire Bangle Designs

Given the significance of sizing for solitaires, jewellery designers create collections that emphasize this aspect of the gemstones. A classic bangle design is to have a series of evenly sized solitaires around the entire circumference of the bangle. Typically, these gemstones are arranged in a single row. Solitaire bangles like the Radiate Solitaire Bangle and the Gleam Solitaire Bangle are beautiful examples of this setting. The beauty of these Indian gold jewellery designs is that the gold seen is minimal. From afar all, you can see are the sparkling diamonds. 

Yellow Gold Vs White Gold

Though the gold seen is minimal, the colour of gold used still does impact the design. In the case of solitaire bangles like the Flare Solitaire Bangle, the only gold element visible is the prongs used to hold the solitaires in place. Indian gold jewellery in yellow gold has a traditional appeal while white gold has a more contemporary edge.  

It’s important to note that there is no difference in valuation for gold jewellery designs in yellow gold and white gold. The colour difference is mainly due to the metals used to alloy gold and strengthens it.  Gold in its purest form has a yellow hue. When alloyed with copper and silver, it retains this colour but when alloyed with nickel or palladium, it takes on a white hue. For this reason, designs like the Glitz Bangle have the same value in yellow or white gold. 

Styling Solitaire Jewellery

When you look through a gold jewellery design finder for solitaire bangles, you will notice that they are usually retailed as single pieces. The high price tag is one of the reasons for this. The second is that these bangles don’t require much else to make a statement. You can wear a single bangle on one wrist or a pair of them. They’re ideal for cocktail parties and celebratory events like a wedding in the family. It’s rare to stack these bangles and wear more than one on a wrist.

Finding a solitaire bangle that’s just right for your personal style is easy. With jewellers entering the e-commerce space, you don’t have to walk down to the market to buy a bangle. You can simply, browse through a gold jewellery design finder like Finaura and pick your favourite from the designs presented. These design finders present gold jewellery designs from some of India’s top jewellers on a single platform so you don’t have to navigate between tabs.

Finaura is a gold jewellery design finder that helps you to find the best gold jewellery designs from the most trusted Indian gold jewellers. You can download the Finaura App from Google Playstore.

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