Navratri special oxidised jewellery by Accessher

The much-awaited festive season is just around the corner, and no celebration is complete without the ethnic silver oxidised look. It is versatile, unique and can be worn with western and Indian wear.

Oxidised silver is a piece of jewellery that has been introduced to sulfides in an attempt to change the colour of its surface over a long period of time. This process has become popular due to the antiqued, royal look it gives to items. It also gives one the chance to experiment with their jewellery by mixing and matching designs.


Indian women have been fancying Oxidised earrings, both small and big, ever since the existence of accessories. These oxidised earrings are of various designs, lengths and sizes. The latest additions in the trend are Oxidised Chandbali earrings, big oxidised jhumkas and long oxidised earrings. One can pair it with a plain saree, Kurta or even shirts.

Thread necklaces

Made of colourful threads tied in knots to give the necklace a unique look, these necklaces are mostly paired with oxidised silver pendants. Be it a saree, suit or fusion; these lovely vibrant pieces can go well with absolutely any Indian outfit at any time of the day. So, the next time you can't decide what piece to wear with your outfit, let this one save you.

Pom poms

If you are planning to add a dash of youthful magic to your jewellery collection, pom-poms are your go-to accessory. The 'pom-poms on jewellery' trend is catching up fast with trendy fashionistas.

Nose studs & rings

Gone are the days when nose studs were available only in precious metals like gold. Oxidised nose studs are the new trend. They are easy on the pocket and are a tad bit more appealing than gold nose studs.

Oxidised nose studs are examples of excellent craftsmanship as the designs on them are really intricate. As a matter of fact, some nose studs take weeks to complete.


Most girls love wearing bangles. Oxidised bangles have been in trend for a long time. The best thing about oxidised bangles is that goes well with both traditional and modern dresses. You can accessorise your dress with a stack of bangles to make an exquisite and trendy wedding or evening party look.


The newest addition to the oxidised jewellery trend is Oxidised Chokers. These designs are inspired by the west, yet the roots are kept Indian. It is a combination of western and Indian designs, which works wonders for young and modern Indian girls and women.

Wearing Oxidised Jewellery is the hottest and latest trend in 2020. Not a part of the trend yet? Well, step into it, with these beautiful oxidised jewellery designs, here. To learn more about oxidised jewellery or to make a purchase, visit us at