The most well-fitted bracelets are usually the oval bracelets as they do not slip or rotate around your wrist due to the weight of the design. This makes the oval bracelet one of the most purchased types of bracelet design around the globe. The oval bracelet can range from simple to elaborate, from fancy to traditional in diamond as well as gold.
There are various popular designs in this bracelet design for the traditional design lovers; this wrist jewellery often has the design right at the centre in diamond or gemstone. The design is best suited to Indian and ethnic wear and can range from simple to very heavy designs.
The contemporary style is mostly simple and half the bracelet has diamonds which is placed on the top half of the wrist. These bracelets usually have a hinge or a hinge and lock system to prevent it from opening and falling off your wrist.
The half oval design has very limited design and is placed right at the centre, goes exceptionally well with westerns and is best suited to the tastes of those who like minimalistic jewellery. Often these designs consist of a single gemstone and lock itself as a hook which is part of the design itself.
The half chain style is half stiff and half flexible. This design is for those who wish to purchase a bracelet that is not only lightweight but also reasonably priced. The only drawback they tend to rotate around your wrist as one half of the bracelet is heavier than the other. The upside is, the chain can be locked tightly and as it is flexible with its sizing.
An oval diamond bracelet can range from thin to broad when it comes to its design. The broad diamond bracelet can also be lightweight irrespective of its design as is available in this listing. The gap bracelet designs are close to the half bracelet design, however, there is one tiny difference between the both. In the half-open bracelet, the design is preferably on the top with the open end on the opposite side, making it fall behind the wrist. In the gap bracelet, the design is the gap. The two open ends of the bracelet have the design which places itself on the top of the wrist that almost gives it an open bangle kind of appearance.
Oval Gold Bracelet is simpler in design due to lack of gemstone or diamond in it. The designs are more traditional or completely contemporary with minimal designing on it. Hollow bracelets are quite common when it comes to a gold bracelet, as they make the product lightweight and light on the pocket too. These bracelets as you can see in the listing do not have locks or hinges as they can be twisted and are flexible; you can simply twist the bracelet and slip it around your wrist.
At Rockrush the diamond bracelet start at INR 20,000 approx. and is a mix of hollow bracelet designs and diamond bracelets put together to give you the best of both worlds.