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Bengali jewellery

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Bengali jewellery. Get inspired and try out new things.
Golap Phul Pata Choor: You've seen the Golap Bagh Ananta and you've also seen the Gulbahar Hansuli. Almost in the same genre but with a painstakingly perforated finish is this glorious naksha rose vine choor that comes with a mandatory hinge because of its generous width. Indeed, an ornament of rare elegance and astonishing strength, much like our feminity. Rendered in pure 22K gold with an antique copper polish.

Golap Phul Pata Choor: You've seen the Golap Bagh Ananta and you've also seen the Gulbahar Hansuli. Almost in the same genre but with a painstakingly perforated finish is this glorious naksha rose vine choor that comes with a mandatory hinge because of its generous width. Indeed, an ornament of rare elegance and astonishing strength, much like our feminity. Rendered in pure 22K gold with an antique copper polish.

Traditional red saree with intricate gold borders and heavy jewellery !! #indian #jewellery #red #saree #indianbride #bengali #indianweddings #2018

For the sheer unmatched elegance of a saree and the grace it adds to a woman's beauty, this piece of clothing without a doubt makes it to every woman’s wardrobe especially the brides. And when it comes to stacking their trousseaus, brides make sure to get their hands on at least a bunch of them.And

Kumudini Kaan Jhumka: This one's been picked straight off the internet from, of all things, a "Where to Buy Bengali Jewellery" article that obviously (and thankfully!) doesn't include us in its list, or Pinterest, and ordered with us by a young lady who instructed us to follow the design in toto, so there was nothing really creative we had to do. When you give us an ornament to replicate, we craft it with equal care and diligence as we would our own designs.

Kumudini Kaan Jhumka: This one's been picked straight off the internet from, of all things, a "Where to Buy Bengali Jewellery" article that obviously (and thankfully!) doesn't include us in its list, or Pinterest, and ordered with us by a young lady who instructed us to follow the design in toto, so there was nothing really creative we had to do. When you give us an ornament to replicate, we craft it with equal care and diligence as we would our own designs.

Festival Necklace:  A glorious cascade necklace with thirteen differentiated rows of chains (signifying the "Tero Parbon", or thirteen festivals, of the Bengalis) that are detachable in parts and can be worn separately as three individual neck-pieces.   The jhumka steps also hide a link that enables the whole ornament to become smaller so that it can be worn close around the neck.

Festival Necklace: A glorious cascade necklace with thirteen differentiated rows of chains (signifying the "Tero Parbon", or thirteen festivals, of the Bengalis) that are detachable in parts and can be worn separately as three individual neck-pieces. The jhumka steps also hide a link that enables the whole ornament to become smaller so that it can be worn close around the neck.

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Topors, mukuts and ornaments form a huge part of Bengali matrimonials and they elevate the look of the bride and groom and add some great glamour and colour to the wedding ceremony. The Topor is the…