What are the different Indian Wedding Jewellery types?

What are the different Indian Wedding Jewellery types?

The most important aspect of Indian traditions and culture is Indian jewellery. It is worn by Indian women on multiple occasions which includes festivities like religious occasions, weddings, or for everyday purposes. It highlights ace craftsmanship with a unique blend of arts and crafts. The pieces can be worn by women on a daily basis as most of them are easy to carry. It adds a certain form of spark to their overall personality as it enhances their overall look.

Certain Indian jewellery designs are associated with different beliefs that people have or follow hence it is quite common to spot people wearing jewellery that has some religious meaning associated or linked with it.

However, there are different types of Indian wedding jewellery. The most common ones are mentioned below:

Kundan jewellery is the most popular type of jewellery that is worn in many countries within the Asian continent. It is more famous within the Rajasthan region. The jewellery is a unique blend of beautiful gemstones and refined gold that are designed with intricate details. It is slightly expensive, however in order to make it affordable jewellers often use faux gemstones.

Meenakari jewellery is also very famous and it is often used in combination with different forms of jewellery. It is quite common to spot jewellery that offers a beautiful blend of Kundan and meenakari jewellery together. The designs are very colorful, bright and they are very stylistic and trendy. They can be worn with formal or semi-formal outfits.

The type of jewellery that stands out the most amongst the other forms is Polki jewellery. It includes uncut diamonds, gold, gemstones and it has a very rough look as compared to other forms of jewellery that offer a much more refined look. A rough look means that the diamonds are not polished. It is also slightly on the side of being expensive but it looks ethereal with traditional wedding outfits. It is quite common these days as numerous brides are blending their wedding look with polka sets.

  • Lacquer Jewellery

Lacquer jewellery is quite different from the designs that are readily available in the market. It is colourful as each design is colourful and vibrant in its manner. It is mostly worn with casual or semi-formal outfits.

  • Jail Jewellery

Jail jewellery involves a unique blend of metal mesh and filigree designs. It is worn by women mostly with sarees. The designs are quite elaborate and intricate as compared to other designs that are available. The jail screens resemble wood which is often used to create spaces in houses. The main focus on designing this type of jewellery is to create intricate details with the help of the metal that is available rather than embedding it with numerous gemstones. It is very time-consuming and a lot of labor is needed to create intricate designs. Hence, it does come at a cost. 



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