It doesn't have a very clear colour giving it a very rustic look…
Polki (Mughals) is made of unfinished natural and original diamonds, highly expensive and held in high esteem because of its natural form and sheen…
Rajasthan serving as its epicenter for kundangari. The emeralds, rubies and sapphires are carefully set into the base to make what is called Kundan.
The core of the ornament is made out of lac, a natural resin. Highly refined gold or kundan is used to cover the lac and gems are then pushed into the kundan.
Rajasthan and Gujarat, Jadau jewellery is enamelling work done at the back side of the jewellery… The process of making Kundan and Polki is called Jadau.
Jadau is Real Diamonds + Kundan + Meenakari Work. All three combination get together to make jewellery piece called Jadau..
The art comes from city of Jaipur. The artisan creates jewellery pieces using glass stones, colored pacchi leafs and moti…every leaf embellised by hand.
Pacchi work is one of the most delicate arts in jewellery creation.. The placement of each leaf on top of the other gives the jewellery a beautiful three dimensional appearance.
Precious stones are set and then enameled with gold. The piece of metal on which the work is to be done, is fixed on a lac stick. Designs are engraved on it.
The depth of the grooves, filled with different colours, determines the play of light. The sheer variety of shades and design choices available make it easy to pair with intricate wedding fashion and the most opulent of outfits.