Bridal ethnic Indian Pakistani gold plated 8 piece set with long necklace, choker necklace, dangle earrings, haath phool hand ornament set, matha patti head ornament and bajuband armlet in red glass stone and white kundan stone. Limited Availability.
Plating: 5Kt (1gm) Gold
Stone: Cubic Zircon
Long Necklace: Width: 3 Inches Length: 24 Inches Clasp: Adjustable Thread Knot
Choker Necklace: Width: 2 Inches Length: 9 Inches Clasp: Adjustable Thread Knot
Earring: Width: 2 Inches Length: 4 Inches Chain: 5 Inches Back Finding: Push Back
Hand Ornament: Adjustable Ring to Bracelet: 6 Inches Clasp: Easy Hook
Head Ornament: Width: 2 Inches Length: 2 Inches Chain on each side: 6 Inches
Armlet: Width: 2 Inches Length: 10 Inches Clasp: Easy Hook
Style Tip: Perfect piece that will compliment your special outfit. Accessorize with bangles, head ornaments and make it a part of your cherished memories.
Style Personality: Antique Chic: You surround yourself with antique things that transport you in that era. You love the charm of the antique things because they have a history behind it.
Ethnic Significance: "Bajuband" the armlet where in "baju" means arm. This is given to the bride by her sister in law on behalf of her brother (the groom) to protect the bride for the rest of her life.
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.
Ethnic Significance: “Hathphool” which means “hand flower” is the hand ornament. The hathphool which is worn at the back of hand has 5 rings. Each ring is attached to a chain that extends to a medallion in the center, usually located on a wrist band or bangle. Each of the 5 chains represents the strength of a specific goddess which a bride could call on anytime in order to protect her new family. The modern twist on the hathphool is just one ring worn on the middle finger, with just one chain that extends to the bangle.
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.
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