Organic jewelry had its humble beginnings when the Native Americans strung together a bunch of sea shells. Since then, it has grown, by leaps and bounds, to become an integral part of the fashion industry – thanks to the growing popularity of pearls.
Yet many people aren’t aware of the fact that pearls, quite simply, are obtained when oysters handle an irritation by coating it with calcium carbonate and which turns into a pearl many years later.
In fact, the Native Americans are credited with introducing pearls as a form of jewelry, and now they are considered a must-have in the form of rings, bracelets and necklaces.
Pearl necklaces are probably the most popular of the lot, and come in varieties such as Choker, Matinee, Rope, Bib, Opera and Princess. Similarly, pearl bracelets are also quite popular and are considered by many to be a must-have fashion accessory. Last but not the least, a pearl ring which is set in gold or sterling silver is an excellent choice for a woman you wish to please.
Now if you aren’t much of a pearl person (and very few are, indeed), inexpensive options such as bamboo or hardwood jewelry are also available, and are just as fashionable. Of the two, however, hardwood jewelry is a bit more expensive and usually comes in types such as Maple, Katalox, Granadillo, Chechon, Ebony and Chakte Kok.
Also, an important advantage of using this type of organic jewelry is that it is easy to maintain it, and which can done by re-oiling the jewelry before its use.
All in all, these are the types of organic jewelry that are available and aren’t as expensive as gold or silver, and can be just as attractive on a woman.