With the ill-effects of pollution and global warming taking the better of our planet, going green has become an inherent need with everything we wear or consume. The eco-conscious go a step further and have made green or eco-friendly jewellery their latest style statement. If you have been recently hit by the term green jewellery and wondering where to start from, then here are the most popular examples of eco-friendly jewellery that are finding their ways into our homes these days.
When we talk about eco-friendly jewellery one of the first things that come to our mind is the cooling terracotta jewellery that is made from the earthy clay. Found easily in India and created using the natural ways, like, air-drying and baking in a kiln; Terracotta jewellery is not only a graceful accessory but is created with a conscious mind too. There are artists who also go a step further in their mission to create green jewellery and use natural colors to paint this terracotta jewellery into beautiful pieces that spell beauty and excellence.
Have you ever thought that your old clothing could be recycled into beautiful and sustainable jewellery? Did you know that there are new-age designers who are experimenting with the caps of your bottles and converting them into gorgeous jewellery designs. Well, if you decide to wear eco-friendly jewellery as your style statement, there are options more than which you can go for and let your jewellery talk your mind.
Copper wire jewellery:
Copper-wire jewellery is perhaps the rawest form of any material that goes into jewellery making. Copper wire jewellery is not only crafted to give you a certain finesse in your everyday dressing but also is a piece of jewellery that is considered green.
Wood jewellery may be a new fad, but has existed for many years. Not only is it the closest to nature but is also recyclable. Since most wooden jewellery is handmade, the carbon emission during its making is negligible.
All the wasted paper that you often don’t know what to do with, is used by talented artists to make paper quilled and paper mache jewellery. A number of people think paper jewellery may not be for keeps, but the fact is that artists put in a lot of thinking to make paper jewellery sustainable and long-lasting. This is one of the main reasons, why paper jewellery today is gaining a lot of popularity among the eco-conscious jewellery lovers.