Jewellery for children now an upcoming trend

New Delhi: Mention the term  jewellery and it springs up images of women adorning beautiful neckpieces, earrings and armlets in one`s mind. But in an attempt to refurbish all such perceptions nowadays trends like that of baby jewellery are coming up.
       
Jagdish, head of a four generation jewellery showroom Vummidi Bangaree Jewellers in Chennai says that their showroom specialises in anklets, rings, bangles and neckpieces made of gold, silver, precious gems and stones.
       
"The `annakair`, a  hip chain, made of precious gems and stones is quite popular among customers. Adjustable bangles, are another offering by the store with a USP that they can be easily expanded and so can be worn after the baby`s grown up," he says.
       
With a smooth finish and minus any kind of sharp projections, each piece has been crafted keeping in mind the soft and fragile skin of the babies.
       
Madhumati, who runs a retail chain of a jewellery brand called Rasvihar in Chennai says that the "their jewellery collection is completely nickel-free and safe for the sensitive skin of babies and kids."
       
Another very unique feature that these jewellery brands offer is the amulet. Also called as a `Nazariya`, it is used to ward off evil spirits.