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Bridal Ethnic Indian Pakistani Gold Plated Choker Necklace Chandbala Earrings Tika Pearls Kundan

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Collections: Bridal, Padmavati

Type: Jewelry Sets



Bridal ethnic Indian Pakistani gold plated choker necklace with chandbala dangle earrings and maang tika head ornament. Freshwater cultured pearls at the end of chain ornaments from choker and earrings. Studded with Kundan all over the piece. Limited Availability. 

Metal: Alloy

Plating: 5Kt (1gm) Gold 

Stone: Cubic Zircon 

Material: Glass  

Earring Width: 2 Inch 

Earring Length: 3 Inches

Earring Back Finding: Push Back

Necklace Width:  4 Inches 

Necklace Length: 8 Inches 

Necklace Clasp: Adjustable Thread Knot  

Maang Tika Width: 2 Inches

Maang Tika Length: 3 Inches plus 4 Inches Chain

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.

Padmavati Jewelry: The Padmavati Jewelry Collection is inspired from a rich history of over 5000 years old. It brings the beauty, grace and pride of the Rajputana era back to life.  The jewelry has been derived from the architectural details of Rajasthani palace windows and jharokhas.  

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. 

Ethnic Significance: "Maang Tika" is the Indian name for this head ornament. Indian brides wear this to ward off evil and bad luck. Traditionally it is worn in the middle parting (maang).





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