Kundan Jewellery Sets For The Millennial Brides!

Bridal Kundan Jewellery

India is filled with the marvels of diversity, religion, arts and crafts. The country, which is popularly known for its rich tradition also has an abundance of ornamental designs, types and styles to select from. One of the most popular Indian jewellery artform is Kundan jewellery ‘Kundan’ refers to refined pure Gold. Thus, Kundan jewellery usually involves 24k pure Gold. The jewellery involves encasing glass or other gemstones like Rubies, Emeralds or Sapphires on a base of gold made from extremely refined and pure form of molten Gold sheets. It requires skilled craftsmanship to design these scintillating jewels.

A Part Of The Royal Wardrobe

Kundan Jewellery is one of the oldest known types of Indian jewellery with a rich legacy dating more than 2,500 years around 3rd Century BCE. This jewellery type comes from the golden era of Rajputs and Mughals. The style and tradition of Kundan was introduced centuries ago but it flourished under the reign of the Mughals.

Kundan Necklace Sets were the primary form of Jewels in the Royal wardrobes. This tradition soon captured the heart of Royal brides and has since never left the bridal arena.

Kundan – The Modern Rage

The intricacies of designing Kundan jewellery requires skilled handmade craftsmanship, which has evolved over the years. Today, Kundan jewellery is specially created light in weight to incorporate the modern tastes, unlike its heavy variant during the Mughal period.

This lightweight version of Kundan is one of the major reasons Indian brides are opting for this Royal form of Jewellery.

Kundan looks beautiful with all Indian attires in all its forms.

Let us see how millennials have welcomed this art in the today’s times and how brides-to-be can have that picture perfect look on their D-Day with Kundan Jewellery

● Kundan Bangles

A lot of the brides of the millennial generation have ditched the regular bangles and are now opting for a look with Kundan bangles to bring out the royalty, pride and status in their overall persona.

● Kundan Jewellery Set

Some brides prefer to select jewellery sets instead of single pieces to save time and Kundan Jewellery Sets are the perfect choice for such a situation. Simple, elegant and detailed designs in these sets make them stand out from any other type of jewellery.

● Kundan Earrings

A changing trend from the bulky and heavy jewellery to sleek and evergreen pieces has been observed amongst modern brides consisting of chandeliers and long earrings. These earrings are created in a way that the bride can wear them even after her wedding day, without the hesitation of it being too blingy.

● Choker Necklace

Choker necklaces are back in style. Whether you choose to wear a traditional wedding dress, an Indo-western outfit or stick to the traditional lehenga, they go with everything.

● Kundan Pendants

Similar to kundan necklaces, you can have a minimalistic yet gorgeous look with kundan pendants. You can mix and match these pendants with shimmery gold chains and meena- work sarees Stunning Kundan Jewellery sets ideas for a beautiful bride.

● Polki diamond set with a statement raani haar: The gorgeous polki diamond set can be paired with a long emerald studded raani haar. You can opt for a pastel coloured lehenga and matching kundan earrings to complete the bridal look.

● Multi-layered necklace with gemstones: The brides looking to flaunt heavy jewellery can go for green choker sets paired along with multi-layered gemstones with lotus flower polka attached to a stunning pendant. Choose a bright red coloured lehenga and kaliree to complete the look.

● Kundan necklace with multi-coloured stones: White kundan with hanging colourful stones and an attached pendant. These necklaces compliment well with deep red and maroon coloured saree.

● Chokers: Gold choker set along with a raani haar layered with precious and semi-precious stones. Pair these jewelleries with crimson red lehenga or meena work saree.

A beautiful choker necklace with multiple hanging jhumkas can be a great option for full- sleeved, meena work red saree for an amazing bridal look.

● Hanging gemstones necklace: A layered kundan set with hanging pearls looks fabulous with vibrant pink lehenga. Kundan and hanging pearl set with elements of turquoise colour can paired with baby pink lehenga, maatha-patti and maang tikka.

● The pastel trend: Brides can also choose a pink pastel colour lehenga pairing it with an uncut diamond and pale pink spinel choker and a layered Kundan necklace with pink gemstones.

Kundan jewellery can be paired with a multi-colored outfit or pastel, it totally depends on your choice. We hope these ideas will definitely help you turn into a beautiful bride on your big day.

Which of the above sets is favorite? Tell us in the comment box below. We will be happy to know.

Happy Wedding!!!

To know more about bridal Kundan jewellery sets, visit our ‘JD Solitaire’ store and we will be happy to serve you with our best jewellery collection.

We at JD Solitaire are passionate about bringing beautifully designed jewels right at your doorstep.

Under the able mentorship of Mr. Sanjay Kalsi, who has been a trusted adviser and jewellery curator

with experience of 27 years, we have carved a niche in the jewellery industry.

Mr. Kalsi, with his profound experience, is also a known Diamond Jewellery Expert, Solitaire Specialist, Certified Gemologist, Author, and Jewellery Store operations Coach.

Whether you are looking for expert advice on jewellery or planning to buy a new one for your closet

we are just a call away.

Our jewellery boutique is based out of Delhi. You can find more information about us on

www.jdsolitaires.com

Author: Mr. Sanjay Kalsi, Gemologist, Founder of JD Solitaire.

Contact Me: – 9810010950

Posted On: November 16, 2022

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