Toe rings have a long history of use in many cultures around the world. In India, for example, toe rings are a traditional symbol of marriage for women. They are also worn for their beauty and their believed health benefits. In some cultures, toe rings are also worn as a way to ward off evil spirits or to protect the wearer from harm.
Today, toe rings are worn for a variety of reasons. They can be a fashion statement, a way to show cultural or religious identity, or simply a way to add a touch of to your feet.
Disclaimer : Although extremely rare, some people are allergic to the metals and finishes commonly used in making jewellery. It is the responsibility of the consumer to be aware of any allergies he or she may have to metals . or the oxidation applied to metals (liver of sulfur) prior to making a purchase.Our jewellery may contain elements of base metal, brass, copper, nickel.There is no way for us to know the medical history of our customers, Aithihya Jewellery will not be held liable for any allergic reactions that may occur as a result of wearing our jewellery.Any type of moisture, especially sweat, tends to speed up the chemical reaction. If you can, try to avoid wearing jewellery near parts of your body that sweat a lot. Also, try not to wear jewellery while exercising or in high stress situations. This should go a long way towards limiting the amount of discoloration you see.
|Brass & copper|
|Stone Type||Cubic zirconia|
|Net Quantity (N)||2|