Ethnic kundan jewellery has seen a remarkable legacy across time and distance. Around the world, kundan jewellery which means ‘highly refined gold’ is regarded as resplendent, mesmerizing, and stately. Owing to its wide popularity, there are reasons why kundan jewellery can never go out of style. Some of the reasons are discussed below:


It is the perhaps the oldest form of jewellery craft in India

The love for kundan jewellery started taking shape in the era of the Mughals from the 16th century onwards. Skilled craftsmen in the courts of Rajasthan and Gujarat channeled their expertise towards the creation of jewellery fused with stones and refined gold. Due to their royal and elegant appearance, the fame of handmade kundan jewellery surpassed all boundaries. Today, it is among the finest pieces of ethnic jewellery that a woman can possibly own in her lifetime.


It is breathtakingly elegant and exquisitely beautiful

Ethnic kundan jewellery is made from precious and semi-precious stones like diamonds, topaz, rubies, emeralds, agate, crystal, amethyst, pearls, jade, and sapphires. The uniqueness of the art of kundan jewellery lies in the manner in which it is made. Each step in the making process demands high levels of expertise, which is why kundan necklaces or kundan earrings are the epitome of masterpiece crafting. Also, the intricate meenakari work on the jewellery sets it apart from the rest of its kind.


It is versatile and a favourite among Indian brides

Weddings call for grandeur and glamour, and kundan jewellery sets are thus the favourite among the brides of India. Such is their brilliance that even Bollywood divas like Kareena Kapoor Khan, Shilpa Shetty, Anushka Sharma, and Sonam Kapoor wore kundan jewellery set on their wedding day. Because of its versatile nature, one can adorn kundan jewellery not only with traditional outfits but also with contemporary clothing like dresses, gowns, and shirts.


It is available in a variety of forms

From kundan armlets and kundan maang tikkas to kundan paayal and kundan bracelet, one can find kundan jewellery in varying forms. Apart from these, the magic of this ancient jewellery craft can also be carried in kundan choker, rings, cuffs, nose rings, haath phools, and head accessories like passa. Statement chains and pendants are also available in kundan. Apart from these, it also comes in incredible designs and motifs like flowers, animals, petals, and celestial bodies.


It is easily available as imitation jewellery

The cost of authentic kundan jewellery can range anywhere from INR 50,000 to 5, 00,000. But because these pieces are quite in demand and also in vogue, they are available in the form of artificial kundan jewellery online. Being imitation jewellery, one can find this designer jewellery online at a much lower price, making them great replacements for real gold and gemstone kundan jewellery. Though these are not real investment pieces, their charm is enough to lift any attire.

So, would you now agree that kundan jewellery can never go out of style? Let its magic enthrall the masses while you dazzle brighter than the rest.

 

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Divya Shetty