Jadau jewellery originated and adorned the bodies of queens, princesses and other royalties in mughal era. The centuries old legacy is carried forward in traditional polki jewellery designs and has become a new trousseau archetype, treated as the most accomplished fusion of artisanship and design.
While every traditional kundan meena artefact has elaborate enamelling on the reverse side, involving hundreds of man-hours exhibiting an extravagance of sophistication, the edges of each uncut flat diamond (polki) are wrapped with 24 karat yellow gold and encased in a concave gold lattice, forming one unit.
Today, brides want something unique and out of the ordinary in their bridal jewellery. They are typically looking for trendy pieces with a touch of tradition; a style that is breathtaking and goes beautifully with the attire that they have in mind. And what's better than timeless vintage masterpieces worked upon by impeccably skilled hands? Nothing.