If you’ve got a bit of spare cash lying around and you aren’t sure what to do with it, some people you ask might suggest to you that you can invest that money in gold since, over time, the value will only increase. Since bars of 24K gold is a pretty big investment, a lot of people just buy and horde jewellery instead. These people understand the value of the materials used to craft these jewellery items but don’t really care for the form.
The reason why designer jewellery is often much more expensive than other jewellery of the same materials is because it’s more than just material value. Those of us who don’t understand passion will always think of jewellery as something very superficial but that’s where Muru Jewellery stands out. Each piece is designed and crafted by the artistic hand of a jeweller and imbued with feeling and passion.
When you buy a piece of designer jewellery, you pay for not only the valuable materials it was crafted from, you’re paying for the meaning it carries as well. The people who wear designer jewellery might have paid a lot for it but they don’t care about that, they care about what the piece means to them. No one hordes designer jewellery for this reason. This begs the question – should you own a Muru Jewellery piece for yourself?
Well, if you find a piece of jewellery that’s been crafted with the same ambition as you have, then you might wear it with that sentimental value in your mind. It will reflect your personality and empower you. If you have a dream, look for something that represents it. That’s what designer jewellery is all about.