Jewelry is a popular piece of item and loved by every woman that can either be used for personal use or for giving away as a gift.
The centuries old legacy is carried forward in contemporary polki jewellery designs and has become a new trousseau archetype, treated as the most accomplished fusion of artisanship and design. An impeccably skilled hand is a requisite to work upon polki designer jewellery and produce masterpieces of timeless vintage.
This art is relentlessly carried on to complete only one article of jewellery. An elaborate enamelling work is usually seen on the reverse of every traditional Polki artefact, involving hundreds of man-hours, exhibiting an extravagance of sophistication.
Stone Type: Polki & Kundan Mix Type: Necklace and Earrings
Trends: Handcrafted Plating: Gold-Plated
Additional: Moti, Zercon
Content: One Necklace with Two Earrings
Necklace have Polki Design with Moti, Zercon
Necklace is secured with a drawstring closure
Kundan and Polki are both stones. Polki jewellery is made of unfinished natural diamonds. Polki is essentially an uncut diamond that is mined from the earth in a natural way without any enhancement or lab creation. Polki is always in great demand and highly valued because of its natural form. It is also much shinier and much more expensive than Kundan jewellery. Kundan is made of glass stone (glass polki).
Polki was introduced in India by the Moghuls, while Kundan is a traditional Rajasthani style of jewellery.