7 Types of Indian Jewellery that women love
The jewellery of India is as varied as the languages that spread across the country. And yet, some trends sweep across greater portions of the land than others. Here are a few jewellery designs that have gained the attention of Indian women largely –
Marilyn Monroe once said diamonds are a girl’s best friend. If this evidence is any proof, the blonde bombshell was right. The classic piece of jewellery has spiked 370% over the past few years, and is thus far the most popular jewelry searched both offline and online.
Although, this enamelled jewellery originated in Rajasthan, but with time it has become quite popular all over the world. In this, precious stones are set first before enamelling them with heat-resistant colours like red, yellow, blue, white and green. One will usually find designs of peacock, flower, fish, or paisley on the sets.
Originated in Gujrat and Kutch, this jewellery is back in vogue. This jewellery is pretty fragile, but if you are not that keen on spending a huge amount of money on your bridal jewellery, then you can opt for this one as it uses silver instead of gold, making it affordable. Pachchikam jewellery is flashy and can be worn on any occasion.
Bead art in India, which dates back to the five thousand year old Indus Valley Civilisation where beads out of gold, silver, copper, clay, ivory and even wood were common, is a continuing trend in Indian jewellery.
Jadau jewellery or engraved jewellery was brought into India by the Mughals. It forms an intricate mixture of design, gemstones, gold and enamelling work.
Polki jewellery refers to jewellery set with uncut diamonds, mined from the earth in a natural way.
Known for its rarity, purity and versatility, platinum jewellery has emerged as a leading trend with rings, earrings, necklaces etc.
There are many more types of jewellery out there, but we just have listed a few best ones out here. If you wish to add some more to the list, feel free to do so in the comments below.