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Glass Jewellery

    Jewelry is generally understood on first thought, trinkets made of metals like gold, silver and platinum, studded with gemstones, or chunky tribal ornaments made of shells, stones, bones, clay and other naturally available material. The concept of glass jewelry is something that not many of us are familiar with. And if we are, we seldom think beyond the glass bangles that have become a trademark of Indian feminity.
    A discourse on glass bangles in the Indian context is no simple matter, for these are manufactured almost all over the country, and are available in innumerable colors and decorated with innumerable patterns. Glass bangles have been carved, filigreed, engraved, encrusting with gems, among other embellishments. At some point in the long history of Hinduism, this piece of glass jewelry also came to be recognized as a mark of a married Hindu woman.
    Apart from bangles, glass jewelry also incorporates earrings, pendants, rings, beads that are used to make necklaces, bracelets, anklets, and other ornaments...