Kundan Meena Jewellery From Royal jewels to Ethnic fashion pics By Ashish Garg
Kundan Meena Jewellery - Vibrant jewels
Kundan Meena jewellery is intricately handcrafted gold jewellery studded with polki (flat cut) diamonds and embellished with color stones and beads with vibrant meenakari work creating a piece of grandeur jewels.
It is one of the oldest form of diamond jewellery, where diamonds were used in their raw form to create wonderful pcs of jewellery.
Kundan meena jewellery is the toughest and most intricate work of jewellery which is made only with purest form of gold. Kundan in hindi means “pure gold”.
Kundan meena jewellery - Jewellery of Royals
Kundan meena jewellery is oldest form of jewellery made and worn in India by Royal families from the mughal times.
Termed as Maharaja’s Jewellery due to fact in mogul times only royal family and their consorts could wear this jewellery.
It has been Patron over the years by all major royal families of India, from kings & queens of mogul kingdom, Rajgharana of princely states of Rajasthan, to Nizam’s of Hyderabad, adorned by kings, queens & princess of Indian royal families .
Maharaja of Mudhol, Gangadhar Rao (1915-1974) posing with Kalangi having very large diamonds. Also look at the Kundan Jewellery Strands . Photograph of Princess of Bissau, Kumari Sugandhadevi taken in 1918.
Nizam’s Jewellery – Kundan Meena
Kundan Meena jewellery - Celebrity jewels of today
Adorned by all celebrities and super stars in their weddings and social functions.
Worn by Aishywarya Rai, Shilpa Shetty in their marriage as main bridal set, to Rakhi Sawant in her swayamwer.
Kundan jewellery has became so popular that every affluent family made it a point to have at least one piece in their collection."
Kundan Meena Jewellery – No 1 choice of Indian women for Wedding day sets
Kundan Meena Jewellery - Ethnic fashion of today’s modern women
Kundan Meena is getting popular as jewellery of ethnic fashion for modern & contemporary Indian women.
Economical than diamonds jewellery but more impressive, grandeur and royal in look, it has prompted high acceptance among Indian families.
Celebrity endorsement and royal patronage is another big factor in its growing popularity as wedding jewellery.
Its not only a traditional jewellery but a piece of investment and heritage value attached with it.
It’s stands apart form any other jewellery available in market due to vibrancy in design associated with its available combinations of intricate meenakari , various shapes of polki diamonds and color stones used and finally scope of embellishing it with colorful beads .
Smarter designing and lighter making has created a new line of smaller chic pendants sets, earring, kada’s and rings which has also become craze for women of India for daily wear or small social functions & gatherings.
Combination of kundan meena pendants with pearl or semi precious strings are becoming fashion statement pieces.
Ranging from $500 to a million, wide variety and range is available in this collection.