CZ Jewellery

CZ stands for Cubic Zirconia. It is the cubic crystalline form of zirconium dioxide (ZrO2). In its rawest form, it is hard and courlessless. But there is a wide range of tints and colours that are added to CZ for a glamorous effect.

CZ was first synthesised in a laboratory in 1976. Since then it has become hugely popular among fashionistas for its looks – exactly like diamond, sometimes even more dazzling and brilliant. And it costs a fraction of what real diamond jewellery would cost you. Because it is made in labs and not mined, it is produced in large numbers, is widely used in fashion jewellery across the world and is extremely popular with women who like to look like royalty and film stars without having to spend like one.

Why Should You Buy CZ Jewellery?

Honestly, it is the pricing that tilts the scales in favour of the CZ. It will not cost you an arm and a leg to wear a beautiful replica of a Princess Diana wedding set created with CZ tones. And yet, you feel as confident and poised as royalty. Artisans all over the world have perfected the art of using CZ stones in gorgeous colours – champagne, blush, emerald, blue and gold- to create occasion and everyday jewellery that looks too good to resist. In fact, most women, and men, these days prefer CZ jewellery not just for the prices, but for the stunning craftsmanship as well. Besides, given all the economic and political implications of wear mining diamonds and its trade, CZ also makes for guilt-free indulgence. The other reason for buying CZ jewellery is for a destination wedding. Carrying expensive jewellery and paying for insurance may not be everyone’s cup of tea. This is where CZ jewellery – with their original and classic designs and perfect finishes – come in handy.

How to Wear Your CZ Jewellery

Cubic Zirconia was first synthesized in a laboratory in 1976. Since then it has become hugely popular among fashionistas for its looks – exactly like diamond, sometimes even more dazzling and brilliant. And it costs a fraction of what real diamond jewellery would cost you. Because it is made in labs and not mined, it is produced in large numbers, is widely used in fashion jewellery across the world and is hugely popular with women who like to look like royalty and film stars without having to spend like one.

Care for Your CZ Jewellery

CZ jewellery is fashion jewellery. Most often it will be set on a metal that comes with a gold plating or an oxidised surface finish. Apply all the usual rules for taking care of your fashion jewellery. Keep away from harsh chemicals and sweat, avoid swimming with your jewellery on and store in a dry, celan box or pouch where it does not come into contact with other fragile jewellery, like pearl beads.

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