Thinking Marriage? Think Heavy Bridal Jewellery
A wedding is incomplete without heavy bridal jewellery in India. Every Indian wedding speaks for cultural diversity as each community celebrates their functions in a unique way. Heavy bridal jewellery is symbolic of status and wealth. Significant attention is paid to the bridal jewellery, which complements the wedding trousseau. Wedding jewellery comprises mang tikka, earrings, necklace, passa, nose ring, bangles, kamar bandh, finger rings and payal in India.
You cannot go Wrong with Heavy Wedding Bridal Jewellery
Bridal jewellery is considered the most auspicious gift given to a bride by her parents, which glorifies her beauty. It is also seen that many brides are buying their customised bridal jewellery for the D-day. Apart from that, each accessory has a unique representation in a bridal jewellery collection. Necklaces indicate prosperity and protection, nose jewellery suggests that the bride has reached a certain age, and earrings represent the bride’s mental and physical health, etc. The heavy bridal jewellery excerpts fascination among jewellery lovers. The traditional heavy jewellery not only evokes a royal vibe, but its craftsmanship over the decades also leaves people awestruck. The perfect wedding jewellery can instantly complement your favourite wedding lehenga or saree.
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Can’t Price the Moment, Still..
With time, heavy wedding jewellery is designed with precious and semi-precious stones, which cater to the hue of the bridal outfit. Modern jewellery designs range from tasteful Kundan jewellery and southern temple ornaments to extravagantly designed bright yellow Calcutta jewellery. Many modern brides also look for diamond sets over traditional gold bridal jewellery. Depending on the intricacy and craftsmanship, the bridal jewellery sets can vary in design across India. A heavy bridal necklace can cost around INR 5 Lakhs, and even more, while bridal earrings can cost an estimated INR 1.5 Lakhs. Definitely. a gold bridal jewellery set will cost differently than a diamond bridal jewellery set. Weight and number of pieces are also the deciding factors in cost. Choose your favourite ones according to your budget from Candere.
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Designs Galore in Heavy Bridal Jewellery Sets
The process of designing heavy bridal jewellery is time-consuming and requires extraordinary craftsmanship. Iranian Meenakari bridal ornaments were in high demand in India during the Mughal era. The subtle colours and complex designs are since adapted to modern jewellery as a token of respect to cultural heritage. Antique wedding jewellery is also popular with millennial brides. Temple jewellery of southern India, pure gold jewellery combined with gemstones, Kundan jewellery of Rajasthan, and Polki jewellery made of raw, unpolished diamonds are some of the popular heavy bridal jewellery designs that are labour-intensive and righteously expensive.
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Kalyan Jewellers: The King of Variety in Heavy bridal Jewellery Sets
Heavy wedding jewellery by Kalyan Jewellers is ageless and made up of pure yellow gold. The combination of diamonds, pearls, and gemstones reflects cultural appropriation in every jewellery piece. Kalyan Jewellers come up with unique wedding jewellery designs, which are intricately crafted with hours of rigorous hard work. Each ornament is unique while keeping the traditional essence. Explore the wide range of Kundan or Bikaneri jewellery, Meenakari Jewellery, Polki Jewellery, Lac, Pachchikam, Jali, and Jadau jewellery and choose the perfect style that reflects your culture and merges with your wedding outfit.
The wedding collection of Kalyan jewellers is lightweight and timeless. You can create your unique look with some extravagant and intricately designed ornaments to perfect your wedding day.
Walk out with Smile and Your Selected Heavy Bridal Set with DGRP
Loving one heavy bridal set in Candere but pocket is not allowing? Relax, avail the Candere DGRP scheme. This Double Gold Rate Protection (DGRP) scheme can enable you to take away your favourite piece of jewellery after paying only 10 per cent at checkout, and the rest you can pay in instalments.
What does bridal jewellery include?
Bridal jewellery includes earrings, maang tikka, necklace, antique wedding rings, nath or nose ring, bangles, waistband or Kamar bandh, payal, etc.
How do I choose bridal jewellery?
You must choose a design which goes best with your outfit, complements your neckline, are easily detachable, and matches your hairstyle.
How much gold should a bride wear?
Wearing gold depends on the bride’s preference. However, Indian weddings display about 2-3 kilos of gold during their occasion.