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About this product-Terracotta Earrings
Terracotta jewellery is one of the oldest forms of jewellery in the world. Terracotta is an Italian word which means “cooked earth”. Today the Terracotta jewellery makes exotic dressing style when worn with both traditional and new age fashion.
Terracotta jewellery has changed its style from traditional shapes like god, animals to contemporary look by using abstruct shapes, design and charming colour keeping your fashion in mind.
Terracotta earrings is a very flexible material to sculpt. Pieces can be formed by both an “additive” technique, adding portions of clay to the growing pieces, or a “subtractive” one, carving into a solid lump with a knife or similar tool. Perhaps most common is a combination of these, building up the broad shape and then removing pieces, or adding more, to produce details.
The most common method of production is to take an appropriate refined clay, then form it to the desired shape. Alternatively it may be made with one or more moulds. After drying, it is placed in a kiln or atop combustible material in a pit, and then fired. The typical firing temperature is around 1,000 °C (1,830 °F), though it may be as low as 600 °C (1,112 °F) in historic and archaeological examples. The iron content, reacting with oxygen during firing, gives the fired body a reddish color, though the overall color varies widely across shades of yellow, orange, buff, red, “terracotta”, pink, grey or brown.
A final method is to carve fired bricks or other terracotta shapes. This is less common, but features for example in the Architecture of Bengal on Hindu temples and mosques.
Earrings has played a significant role in human life since ages and will still continue to be. Women are always obsessed with Earrings. It does not only show the tradition but also shows the value attached to the jewellery. People tend to have eternal love with the jewellery. During old time’s jewelry were made using clay, wood, horn, bones, etc.
There are many old forms of jewellery which still exist today and one of such kind is Terracotta Jewellery. Terracotta Jewellery is made from natural clay and it literally means ‘baked earth’ giving it a reddish brown color. A big terracotta statue of the mother goddess is the most prominent discovery from Mohenjo-daro. This depicts that this art never died but only has grown with the time.
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Earlier Terracotta Jewellery used to showcase the designs crafted of elephants, peacocks, cows, etc. But as the time passes now terracotta jewellery comes in different designs. This jewellery gives you a tribal look and still looks elegant. This kind of jewellery when wore with saree or any ethic wear gives you a rusty, elegant and sophisticated look. One can wear this kind of jewellery during wedding, formal meeting or casuals meetups.
Terracotta Jewellery comes in various bright colors, shapes and designs. This has a rustic and earthen appeal. The products include necklaces, chokers, earrings, bracelets, bangles, danglers and pendants.
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