Why You Need to Add Kundan Jewelry to Your Collection | The Ultimate Guide to Kundan Jadau Jewellery

Why You Need to Add Kundan Jewelry to Your Collection | The Ultimate Guide to Kundan Jadau Jewellery

Posted by Sanhitha Sanugula on

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In the Mughal era, Kundan Jadau symbolized royalty. Passed down through generations, this artistry became a testament to India's cultural heritage, captivating hearts globally.

South Indian Kundan Kempu bottumala Necklace

Crafted with precision, Kundan Jadau begins with a gold or silver base filled with lac. Polkis and gemstones, set into the lac, create a mesmerizing tapestry. Thin strips of gold or gold-plated silver foil secure the stones, a delicate process showcasing the artisan's skill.

Kundan Silver Jhumka Earrings

South India soon embraced the workmanship of kundan jewelry by incorporating it in temple jewelry and dance jewelry. The choice has later become a staple in South Indian bridal looks. South Indian Kundan jewelry is distinct in it's color palette and designs. Green, Red, White, and Gold are the primary colors seen in southern style kundan jewelry. Circular or "Bottu" shaped designs ar emore prominent along with mini pearl detailing and peacock and floral motifs. 

Yamoona Silver Kundan Necklace

Characteristics and features of Kundan Jewelry include intricate detailing, vibrant colors, and timeless appeal. Each piece is a work of art, transcending trends. From necklaces to rings, its versatility suits every occasion, adding opulence and elegance.

 Kundan Jadau jewellery isn't just an accessory; it's a reflection of artistry, heritage, and personal style. Care, authenticity, and understanding its rich history elevate the allure. Embrace this world where craftsmanship meets allure, making a statement that shines through time.

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