Bridal jewellery has also seen numerous influences in the past which have carved a niche for them. This fall we present to you the wedding collection inspired from the Indian artistry in bridal jewellery.
Meenakari jewellery is extremely popular among many states, it has colors infused on gold which then can be matched with the color f the dress. This orange and beige lehenga is inspired by the Meenakari motifs and colours.
Temple jewellery with carvings which resembles the deities is quite popular in the southern part of India. This dark green banarasi saree is inspired from the artistry of a temple jewellery piece.
Kundan jewellery is a kind of jewellery making with highly refined form of gold foil used for setting the gems on gold. This jewellery is traditionally worn with heavy lehengas and sarees. This beige and lime green lehenga is inspired from this archaic form of jewellery making.
Navratna jewellery essentially includes stones representing the nine planets which has astrological significance. Navratrna jewellery is also worn on wedding ceremonies with sarees and other ethnic wears. This off-white and pink saree is inspired from the Navratrna Jewellery.
Wedding Jewellery has always fascinated everyone by its intense form of craftsmanship and delicate work. May our collection beacon the beginning of your married life. Happy shopping. To know more visit http://www.deepkalasilk.com/