Recently Updated Articles in Indian Jewellery
|• ||Moghul Jewellery for neck|
Mughals influenced jewellery making throughout India. The Mughals ruled India nearly 5 centuries ago. Simple necklaces and bangles began to get more ornate, and jewellery came to reflect the fine artistry and handiwork of the artisan.
|• ||Jewellery of Sunga Period|
Continuing the tradition of the Mauryan jewellery, the jewellery of Sunga period was a little refined than the earlier periods. The materials used for making jewellery were mainly gold and precious stones like corals, rubies, sapphires, agates and crystals along with pearls.
|• ||South Indian Jewellery|
South Indian Jewellery pieces are primarily made out of gold and worn during traditional festivals and weddings. The designs are inspired from the fresco paintings.the fresco paintings.
|• ||Traditional Jewellery of Gujarat|
Traditional Jewellery of Gujarat is an integral part of the traditional Gujarati costume look. The jewelleries include rings, earrings, neck pieces, chains, bangles and bracelets.
|• ||Classification Of Jewellery In India|
Classification of Indian Jewellery is evident since ages both men and women have tried to adorn themselves with the use of various ornaments.