Jul 21

Ethnic Indian Jewellery and Fashion Jewellery

Ask any Indian girl, how life would be without Jewellery and she would look at you with surprise. Irrespective of class and social status, Jewellery makes an inseparable part of an Indian Girl. Jewellery has been in Indian soil, not from today, but from ages. Rajasthani havelis, Mughal paintings, South Indian weddings – all speak of importance of Jewellery. Ethnic Indian, classical or fashion Jewellery, they are the first things which come in mind when it comes to Indian traditions.

Just as Indian traditions have changed, so has the Indian Jewellery; but, before we know about the changes time has brought in the trends of Indian Jewellery, we must know about the Ethnic Indian Jewellery. Indian Jewellery in its many forms – Kundankari, Meenakari, studded, Oddiyanam, Vanki, Jadau, Lac, Navratna, Pachchikam, Filigree, Bead – there are many forms of Indian Jewellery. But, all of these come under the category of Traditional Indian Jewellery. Today, this kind of Jewellery can be found either in the palaces of Kings and Queens, old paintings, exhibits of ethnic jewelry or with the people who love this kind of ornaments.

With the changing times, the trends of jewelry also changed. These days fashion Jewellery is more preferred. Quite popular in this line are the cut out and embedded diamond, silver and gold Jewellery. Complex or simple, fashion jewellery is the word of the day. Fashion Jewelery, as compared to traditional jewelery is very light to wear and has designs which are global. Light and elegant, it goes with the modern dressing sense and hence is more popular.

If you look for Indian Jewellery, you will find a host of variety. Some of jeweler’s shops still prefer the traditional Indian Jewellery to display in their showcases some prefer a mix of both and some go for fashion jewellery. You can choose from a variety of them – earrings, rings, bangles, tops, pendants, necklaces, nose pins, bracelets, brooches, cameos, sets, as per your choice.

Jewellery making is an art. Each piece which is made is crafted out with well balanced hands. So whether you but from a jewellery shop or an online shopping market, it does not make much difference. Shopping from a online shopping market gives you a better range with discounts added – which generally are not given by jewelers. You can order sitting at home and have it at your doorstep; this saves your time too. With the added advantage of Pay at Home – once you see the jewellery – things become easier.

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