Friday, 16 December 2016

Adore your tradition with Sunita shekhawat’s Collection

We all love traditional jewellery. The main feature of Rajasthani traditional jewellery is its simplicity and at the same times complexity, its unfitness and beauty. Jewellery in Rajasthan has been acquiring a special position amongst fashionable women since ages. Besides, royal Rajasthani women, these jewelleries are used and possessed by people from all over India.

Jaipur is the one of the famous city in Rajasthan for its jewelry making and it is also known as the Centre of gold kundan work and also renowned for diamond and emerald cutting. Sunita shekhawat is the most famous jwellery designer in jaipur.Her kundan and jadu jewellery will definitely steal your heart.

Jadau Jewellery forms one of the major examples of high skilled craftsmanship that was brought into India by Mughals. Though the art was introduced by in India Mughals, Sunita shekhawat added her creative indigenous skills to make it designer and unique look. In Jadau jewellery, precious and semi precious stones, gems, crystals and beads are embedded in gold, which is first melted a bit. When the gold becomes pliable, the stones are set on it with great precision and artistry.

Uncut diamonds called polki are used as the central stone. Meenakari or art work done at the back of the jewel is purely for beautifying purposes. Highest care and attention is given towards the detail on every piece that the master craftsman creates. It is used in many traditional and auspicious occasions, like marriages and festival celebration.

In her kundan jewllery the beauty of kundan work lies in the precise setting of stones into kundan and the overall look of the ornament. Traditional kundan jewellery has stones encrusted on one side and colourful and intricate meenakari on the reverse. Kundankari is such a specialized work that it is carried by a group of craftsmen, each carrying out a specific task.

This festive & wedding season Sunita Shekhawat offering best deal on kundan jewllery, Jadau jewellery and traditional jewellery. More designs visit

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