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Gold plated bridal Pakistani Indian matha patti head ornament with 2 curved side chains in pearls and middle ornament in kundan and glass stones. Limited availability.
Plating: 5kt Gold (1 gm)
Stone: Cubic Zircon
Material: Pearl and Glass
Width: 1.5 Inch
Length: 1.75 Inches
Side Band Length: 5.5 Inches including fish hook
Middle Chain Length: 3.5 Inch including fish hook
Band Length: 10.5 Inches including fish hook
Middle Chain: 4.5 Inches including fish hook
Style Tip: Make this piece a part of your cherished memories of that special occasion in your life. Accessorize this with other dainty jewelry that will compliment any outfit.
Style Personality: Timeless Classic: You adore beautiful things and know when to accessorize with just one classic jewelry piece. You wear your fashion jewelry style and not the other way round.
Ethnic Significance: " Maatha Patti " ("maatha" means head and "patti" means band) is an extension of Maang Tika (head ornament) with beaded side strings, which cover the forehead. Indian brides wear this to ward off evil and bad luck. This is also known as Damini.
History of Kundan Jewelry: This is the oldest art of jewelry making originated in the royal courts of Rajasthan in India during the Mughal era. Gold foil is inserted between carefully cut and polished multicolored gemstones or glass stones and its mount to create elaborate pieces. Meenakari (Enameling) is added to the piece to enhance its beauty. Kundan stones are uncut gemstones or glass stones.