Oxidised jewelry is made with a combination of pure silver and another metal to create an alloy in the ratio of 80 to 20. The designs in oxidized jewelry are so trendy that it is very easy to craft a fusion look with it.
Silver is the primary metal for making oxidised jewellery. Hence, the most commonly practiced procedure for making oxidized jewelry is the blackening of silver on exposure to Liver of Sulphur, added to an alloy. Such alloys can be made of copper, zinc or nickel to add different shades of colour.