Every jewel is a masterpiece for the person who wears it. Gold is the most precious gift the parents would give to the dear daughter on her D day. We ensure it reflects your personality and charm.
There are four factors to choose your wedding jewellery- value for money, parent's choice, bride's choice and sync with the wedding ensemble. Our ornament designer is well aware about the Great Indian wedding rituals and the particular ornaments each community wears.price, quality standards of each and every jewellery etc.
The ornament designer specialised in gold, diamond, platinum and other precious stones will update you with latest trends, fashion and style in wedding ornaments.
"Gold Jewellery: Trends and Traditions"
Gold, since ages, has been Indian women’s most prized possession, something that has been passed down from generation to generation. Whenever we think of a bride, the image that comes to our mind is a bride clad in gold. A quintessential Indian bride is one wearing a gold ‘ranihaar’, choker, a nose ring, bangles, jhimkis and other ornaments in gold.
The Choice of Contemporary Women
Now a day brides and grooms have a say in decision making and when it comes to their wedding, they are becoming more practical and not buying gold for the heck of it. They would rather wear designer jewellery, or rather something that is custom-made. But all that without a dash of tradition would look incomplete. Even youngsters are highly conscious of this fact.
From plan, traditional gold jewellery in enamel work, it has seen itself evolve in numerous ways. Whether its ethnic jadau and kundan work on gold jewellery or gold with uncut, single-cut or rose cut diamonds, which possess the yellow sheen same as that of gold, gold has come a long way. There has also been an increasing demand for white gold, black gold, yellow gold or even a mix of two or more of these. The lightweight gold jewellery in contemporary, as well as Italian designs in pink, yellow and green gold, are now available in the Indian market.
Tradition versus trends
All across India, a specific flavour of ancestral gold jewellery prevails as each region has its own craftsmanship. So when you go to Jaipur, there has always been jaadu and kundan, which exists in particular hues and enamelled with a distinct flavor. But today’s jaadu and kundan jewellery have been made contemporary that can go with both an ethnic saree and a western gown.
Re-Emergence of Ethnic Jewellery
Heritage ethnic jewellery plays a vital role in influencing designs. Ancient pieces like haathphools, maangtikas, jadu worked kadas, mangalsutras, the kalgis (sarpech) and heavy neck pieces made in traditional gold designs are making a huge comeback. Designs transform according to trends, but there has been a re-emergence in terms of traditional styles and designs. Transforms have happened in weight terms also. Old designs in lightweight are affordable and therefore very much in demand.
Whatever be the demands, jewellery inspired from Indian culture and traditions will always be in fashion. The best part about gold jewellery is that it goes with all attire. If the dress is with yellow embroidery, then traditional gold goes well with it. If the dress consists of silver ember, then white gold or platinum compliments with it. If on the other hand, the outfit is western, then gold jewellery with fusion designs can be worn.
So whether it is a party or a pooja, a girl is dark skinned or pale, fat or thin, gold apart from diamonds has and always will be women’s best friend.