October 13, 2009

Jaipur Jewellery

Whether you are looking to know the latest trend in Fashion or love to wear traditional jewellery.A collection of graceful jewellery, handcrafted from gems, stones and diamonds in fascinating colors.

Color Stone Jewellery is also available in different pattern, texture, size and shape. Hand-engraved and Sterling Jewellery with slight touch of magnificence will definitely catch your eyes.

You can get a perfectly smoothed and highly polished Jewellery for your wedding day that expresses your grace and charm and makes that day so much special for you.

Gems Stone Jewellery

A gemstone is a piece of attractive mineral, which is cut and polished to make jewellery and other adornments. There are certain other rocks and organic materials, that are not minerals, but are still used for Jewellery, and are therefore often considered to be a part of gemstones family.

Kundan Jewellery

During Mughal period, the art of kundan work reached Jaipur from Delhi. Later on, craftsmen from the different part of the country migrated to the place and made jaipur a hub of Kundankari.

jaipur pearl jewellery

Pearls are for purity, pearls are for perfection. White pearls are the symbol of elegance and beauty and peace. They represent moon and are valued next to diamond.The pearls are made of aragonite and conchiolin, the material mollusk shells are made of. Pearl ornaments gained popularity in 19th century again when cultured pears were made. They have never lost their importance and popularity since then and have remained in fashion.

Meenakari Jewellery

Meenakari Jewellery is a very famous form of jewellery in Jaipur. Preferred by numerous Royal families as traditional jewellery, Meenakari is very different from other types of Jewellery.

Lac Jewellery

Lac Jewellery, also known as lacquer jewellery, was mainly originated in Jaipur. It soon gained considerable popularity in India. Lac jewellery is available in versatile designs, which add to its beauty. Among the various items in lac jewellery, the bangles need a special mention.

Thewa Jewellery

Thewa is an art of fusing gold sheets on to glass, although its quite different to enameling. Different type of designs are engraved on the gold sheet, put on to the glass and encased in silver.