Do you know what is that special blessing for a bride-to-be? It is a piece of jewellery that she wears on her wedding day. Whether it has been passed on to her from her naani, daadi or mother’s jewellery box – the bridal jewellery remains timeless and royal forever. If you also love antique jewellery designs as we do, then scroll down to check out these breath-taking jewellery designs.
Pachchikam Jewellery With Uncut Glass & Precious Stones
Using silver as its base, Pachchikam jewellery originated from Gujarat & Kutch. Being one of the oldest jewellery heritage sites of India this type of jewellery design is now being revived by the jewellery designers. With uncut glass and semi-precious stones, this antique jewellery design is paired with beautiful multicolour stones like white rice pearls, rubies, emeralds, etc.
Temple Jewellery For South Indian Brides
Worn by South Indian brides temple jewellery is designed with sculptures of gods and goddesses that look timeless for the wedding festivities. With beautiful precious stones and beads, you can accentuate your temple jewellery to the next level and look elegant yet traditional for your special day.
Unique Meenakari Jewellery Which Is An Persian Art
Meenakari jewellery is a Persian art of painting the surface of metals by fusing colours. Adorned with intricate designs and patterns paired with precious stones – Meenakari jewellery is a piece of antique jewellery where gold is used to hold the enamel better which further brings out the shine that this jewellery is known for.
So, if you’re thinking of wearing Meenakari jewellery for your wedding functions, go and check out these trendy & inexpensive meenakari bridal jewellery for royal brides-to-be!
Polki Jewellery Studded With Uncut Diamonds
Polki jewellery is made using gold foil which is painted to place uncut diamonds that reflects light beautifully. Being more expensive than the Kundan jewellery this type of bridal jewellery has more gold and diamond quantity which makes it heavier when worn.
Brides, which antique jewellery design will you prefer to wear on your D-day?