Triangular Shape Full Stone Kundan Maang Tikka

Triangular Shape Full Stone Kundan Maang Tikka

Triangular Shape Full Stone Kundan Maang Tikka

 

Manekratna the styles of all the latest trends in jewellery, bringing it online for all the jewel lovers now in India. Our emporium provides the latest trends in Fashion Jewellery to bring more versatility to your wardrobe thereby making it perfect for both the conventional and the contemporary women. We offer exclusive Artificial and Imitation Jewellery designs online at best prices. From classy sophisticated Jewellery pieces to traditional and antique collections, we specialize in every genre of jewelry design bringing the joy of jewellery fashion at your doorstep.

It remains an integral part of the traditional bridal wedding trousseau. Traditional settings, including the thappa and ras rawa, are experiencing a revival. Most recently, in the 2008 epic film, Jodhaa Akbar, the lead character portrayed by Aishwariya Rai was extensively shown wearing Kundan jewellery, highlighting its influence among Rajasthani royalty.

Kundan Maang Tikka Jewellery , also known as Bikaneri or Jaipuri jewellery, is a popular variation, wherein enameling with vivid colours and designs is on the reverse, while the Kundan setting is in the front. The city of Jaipur in Rajasthan has traditionally been the centre for Kundan jewellery in India.

Kundan flourished under royal patronage during the Mughal era. Over the years, the Kundan jewellery of the courts was successfully copied in silver in Rajasthan, Bihar and the Punjab and became popular with the common man.

Kundan jewellery is created by setting carefully shaped, uncut diamonds and polished multicoloured gemstones into an exquisitely designed pure gold or faux metal base. The elaborate process begins with the skeletal framework called Ghaat. Thereafter, the Paadh procedure takes place, during which wax is poured onto the framework and moulded according to the design. Following this is the Khudai process, when the stones or uncut gems are fit into the framework. Meenakari then involves enameling to define the design details. Next, the Pakai process involves gold foils that hold the gems onto the framework; these are cold soldered using burnishing techniques. Finally, the gems are polished using the Chillai process.

 

 

Triangular Shape Full Stone Kundan Maang Tikka

Chand Shape Kundan Maang Tikka

Chand Shape Kundan Maang Tikka

Chand Shape Kundan Maang Tikka

 

Chand Shape Kundan Maang Tikka , also known as Bikaneri or Jaipuri jewellery, is a popular variation, wherein enameling with vivid colours and designs is on the reverse, while the Kundan setting is in the front. The city of Jaipur in Rajasthan has traditionally been the centre for Kundan jewellery in India.

Kundan Maang Tikka Jewellery is a traditional form of Indian gemstone jewellery involving a gem set with gold foil between the stones and its mount, usually for elaborate Maang Tikkas. The method is believed to have originated in the royal courts of Rajasthan and Gujarat. It is one of the older forms of jewellery made and worn in India. The word Kundan means highly refined gold, and a highly refined and pure form of molten gold is used.

Manekratna the styles of all the latest trends in jewellery, bringing it online for all the jewel lovers now in India. Our emporium provides the latest trends in Fashion Jewellery to bring more versatility to your wardrobe thereby making it perfect for both the conventional and the contemporary women. We offer exclusive Artificial and Imitation Jewellery designs online at best prices. From classy sophisticated Jewellery pieces to traditional and antique collections, we specialize in every genre of jewelry design bringing the joy of jewellery fashion at your doorstep.

It remains an integral part of the traditional bridal wedding trousseau. Traditional settings, including the thappa and ras rawa, are experiencing a revival. Most recently, in the 2008 epic film, Jodhaa Akbar, the lead character portrayed by Aishwariya Rai was extensively shown wearing Kundan jewellery, highlighting its influence among Rajasthani royalty.

Chand Shape Kundan Maang Tikka

Bridal Kundan Maang Tikka Setj jewellery

Bridal Kundan Maang Tikka Setj jewellery

Bridal Kundan Maang Tikka Setj jewellery

 

Bridal Kundan jewellery Maang Tikka Set is nothing less than an art. Every woman wants to own one; every mother wants one in her daughter’s bridal trousseau collection. Bridal Kundan keshri, as it is less popularly known, is the art of setting precious stones and gems with a gold foil between them and the mount. The process is laborious to say the least and it can take up to months to complete one elaborate Maang Tikka. Also, it is not just one artisan or goldsmith who works on a piece of Bridal Kundan jewellery Maang Tikka. An entire team of people with varied skill sets are required to work on each different aspect of the ornament till it is completed. The final look, it must be said, is like a waterfall of lightly shimmering gems. Pure elegance, sheer confidence—it’s all embodied in a Bridal Kundan set.

Bridal Kundan jewellery Maang Tikka is one of the oldest forms of jewellery native to India, dating back to the Mughal era. The technique probably developed as a result of artisans trying to fit uncut stone into handmade jewellery. One must remember that those were the days when stone cutting and setting were yet unheard of. The name, Bridal Kundan, means ‘refined gold’ as it uses the purest form of molten gold for the foils used to set the stones. This style, of using gold foil instead of clasps and rims to set the stones, is also known as jadau. The Bridal Kundan style is believed to have originated in North India—in Delhi—and flourished under the royal patronage of the Mughals. From the Mughal royal dynasty, the style spread to Rajasthan and Gujarat. Today, it is known world over and Rajasthan is considered to be the centre for the best Bridal Kundankari workmanship.

There are many styles and variations in Bridal Kundan work, with the meena Bridal Kundan being considered the most traditional. In this style, the stones are encrusted on one side and the reverse is decorated with elaborate enamel or meenakari work. It is said that the meenakari was a way of adding to the beauty of the Bridal Kundan jewellery Maang Tikka. But overtime it came to be as much admired as the Bridal Kundan itself.

Traditional Bridal Kundan jewellery Maang Tikka comes as a full set of an ornate Maang Tikka, matching bangles or bracelet and Maang Tikka. There are even Bridal Kundan rings and hair adornments. However, nowadays these can be bought separately as well. Bridal Kundan jewellery Maang Tikka is available in all styles—as rani haars and Maang Tikkas, as a pendant at the end of a chain of precious stones or pearls, with just precious stone setting or gems and polka (the diamond stones used in the Bridal Kundan style). The bangles and Maang Tikka too can be quite the statement pieces in themselves. With Bridal Kundan jewellery Maang Tikka, even the smallest piece is elaborate. It definitely can’t be termed as light jewellery. So it calls for a special occasion to bring out that Bridal Kundan set.

 

Bridal Kundan Maang Tikka Setj jewellery

Bridal Kundan jewellery Maang Tikka Set

Bridal Kundan jewellery Maang Tikka Set

Bridal Kundan jewellery Maang Tikka Set

 

Bridal Kundan jewellery Maang Tikka Set is nothing less than an art. Every woman wants to own one; every mother wants one in her daughter’s bridal trousseau collection. Bridal Kundan keshri, as it is less popularly known, is the art of setting precious stones and gems with a gold foil between them and the mount. The process is laborious to say the least and it can take up to months to complete one elaborate Maang Tikka. Also, it is not just one artisan or goldsmith who works on a piece of Bridal Kundan jewellery Maang Tikka. An entire team of people with varied skill sets are required to work on each different aspect of the ornament till it is completed. The final look, it must be said, is like a waterfall of lightly shimmering gems. Pure elegance, sheer confidence—it’s all embodied in a Bridal Kundan set.

Bridal Kundan jewellery Maang Tikka is one of the oldest forms of jewellery native to India, dating back to the Mughal era. The technique probably developed as a result of artisans trying to fit uncut stone into handmade jewellery. One must remember that those were the days when stone cutting and setting were yet unheard of. The name, Bridal Kundan, means ‘refined gold’ as it uses the purest form of molten gold for the foils used to set the stones. This style, of using gold foil instead of clasps and rims to set the stones, is also known as jadau. The Bridal Kundan style is believed to have originated in North India—in Delhi—and flourished under the royal patronage of the Mughals. From the Mughal royal dynasty, the style spread to Rajasthan and Gujarat. Today, it is known world over and Rajasthan is considered to be the centre for the best Bridal Kundankari workmanship.

There are many styles and variations in Bridal Kundan work, with the meena Bridal Kundan being considered the most traditional. In this style, the stones are encrusted on one side and the reverse is decorated with elaborate enamel or meenakari work. It is said that the meenakari was a way of adding to the beauty of the Bridal Kundan jewellery Maang Tikka. But overtime it came to be as much admired as the Bridal Kundan itself.

Traditional Bridal Kundan jewellery Maang Tikka comes as a full set of an ornate Maang Tikka, matching bangles or bracelet and Maang Tikka. There are even Bridal Kundan rings and hair adornments. However, nowadays these can be bought separately as well. Bridal Kundan jewellery Maang Tikka is available in all styles—as rani haars and Maang Tikkas, as a pendant at the end of a chain of precious stones or pearls, with just precious stone setting or gems and polka (the diamond stones used in the Bridal Kundan style). The bangles and Maang Tikka too can be quite the statement pieces in themselves. With Bridal Kundan jewellery Maang Tikka, even the smallest piece is elaborate. It definitely can’t be termed as light jewellery. So it calls for a special occasion to bring out that Bridal Kundan set.

 

Bridal Kundan jewellery Maang Tikka Set

Kundan Jewellery Maang Tikka

Kundan Jewellery Maang Tikka

Kundan Jewellery Maang Tikka

 

A comprehensive range of Kundan Jewellery Maang Tikka. These sets are finely carved to superb finish which gives them an appealing look by our trusted vendors. Known for their brilliant shine, purity and beauty, these are highly appreciated by our clients. In addition to this, our offered range suits every girl at time of her marriage.

Kundan jewellery is nothing less than an art. Every woman wants to own one; every mother wants one in her daughter’s bridal trousseau collection. Kundan keshri, as it is less popularly known, is the art of setting precious stones and gems with a gold foil between them and the mount. The process is laborious to say the least and it can take up to months to complete one elaborate Maang Tikka. Also, it is not just one artisan or goldsmith who works on a piece of kundan jewellery. An entire team of people with varied skill sets are required to work on each different aspect of the ornament till it is completed. The final look, it must be said, is like a waterfall of lightly shimmering gems. Pure elegance, sheer confidence—it’s all embodied in a kundan set.
Traditional Kundan Jewellery Maang Tikka comes as a full set of an ornate Maang Tikka, matching bangles or bracelet and Maang Tikka. There are even kundan rings and hair adornments. However, nowadays these can be bought separately as well. Kundan jewellery is available in all styles—as rani haars and Maang Tikkas, as a pendant at the end of a chain of precious stones or pearls, with just precious stone setting or gems and polka (the diamond stones used in the kundan style). The bangles and Maang Tikka too can be quite the statement pieces in themselves. With Kundan Jewellery Maang Tikka, even the smallest piece is elaborate. It definitely can’t be termed as light jewellery. So it calls for a special occasion to bring out that kundan set.

There are many styles and variations in Kundan work, with the meena kundan being considered the most traditional. In this style, the stones are encrusted on one side and the reverse is decorated with elaborate enamel or meenakari work. It is said that the meenakari was a way of adding to the beauty of the kundan jewellery. But overtime it came to be as much admired as the kundan itself.

Kundan Jewellery Maang Tikka is one of the oldest forms of jewellery native to India, dating back to the Mughal era. The technique probably developed as a result of artisans trying to fit uncut stone into handmade jewellery. One must remember that those were the days when stone cutting and setting were yet unheard of. The name, kundan, means ‘refined gold’ as it uses the purest form of molten gold for the foils used to set the stones. This style, of using gold foil instead of clasps and rims to set the stones, is also known as jadau. The kundan style is believed to have originated in North India—in Delhi—and flourished under the royal patronage of the Mughals. From the Mughal royal dynasty, the style spread to Rajasthan and Gujarat. Today, it is known world over and Rajasthan is considered to be the centre for the best kundankari workmanship.

 

Kundan Jewellery Maang Tikka