IIJS Exhibitors Unveil Royal Heirlooms For Today’s Brides

A 22-karat gold bib festooned with motifs composed of carved rubies, polkis and emerald beads. By Anand Shah
The multi-row pearl necklace ends with a pendant decoarted with polkis and emeralds. By Kulthiaa Jewel
The double disc danglers are outfitted with polkis, pearls, rubies and emeralds. By Kinu Baba Jewellery
The pearl necklace is graced with magnificent polki and tanzanite pendants. By Dassani Brothers
The Rajbari hasli features polki-set florets, rubies and emeralds. By Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jewellers
The necklace set inspired by Mughal gardens is set with polkis, rubies, emeralds and pearls. By Jewels of Jaipur
A gold jadau bib embellished with polkis, bezelset emeralds fringed with graduating pendants. BY Geeta Shyam Jewellers
An enamelled gold cuff partially set with carved emerald topped with polki floral motifs. By
Haritsons Designs Pvt Ltd.
The ruby hasli with peacocks at its finials suspends a carved emerald motif with pearl tassels. byHaritsons Designs Pvt Ltd.
A multi-row pearl necklace with carved gold motifs suspends an intricate peacock pendant. By Gold Themes Gems Pvt Ltd.

Kundan, meenakari and jadau jewellery has always held a special place in the bridal segment. The grandeur of uncut diamonds set within the confines of intricate patterns is unparalleled. The detailed meenakari work and the inclusion of gemstones add vivacious pops of colour making each piece a treasured keepsake for a lifetime.

The eternal favourite of Indian brides, jadau or kundan-meena jewellery brings together two art forms – enamelling and kundan-setting or inlaying of gemstones with a 24-karat gold foil.

The preferred choice of jewels by erstwhile Indian kings and queens, the kundan-meena art has been undergoing a transformation of sorts as jewellers are giving it a contemporary slant. The category is today not just restricted to the bridal segment, but many enterprising manufacturers are also creating pret wear kundan-meena for millennials and Gen Z. They are extending the art form to suit the requirements of lighter occasions and daily wear by scaling down patterns, while keeping the luxuriance of the piece intact.

Be it a dainty ring with a hint of kundan meena or hefty bridal set, the pieces are sure to add vivacity to any occasion.

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