7 Must Have Jewelry Collections from Across India
India, the land of diverse cultures, is also home to a diverse assortment of jewelry collections, specialized to a particular region. A magnetic mosaic of colors and contrasts, India has a vibrant culture that reflects its different weave patterns and jewelry designs. The modern Indian woman’s wardrobe is a balanced mix of traditional and modern pieces, covering a gamut of different styles and designs from across the nation. Here, we bring to you a medley of jewelry collections inspired by different weaves specific to certain regions in India.
The Bandhej collection brings alive the spirit of Rajasthan on a colorful palette. Inspired from the tie and dye art of the region, this jewelry collection is decorated with beautiful enameling in different colors like yellow, pink, green and blue. Whether it’s a cuff bracelet or a pair of dainty earrings, a piece of silver plated jewelry from Bandhej collection adds a touch of earthy elegance to your outfit.
The Chikankari collection from Voylla takes inspiration from the land of Nawabs - Lucknow in Uttar Pradesh. Inspired from the royal art form of Lucknow that uses paisley motifs, Chikankari is for those who like to keep it minimal yet regal. The intricately designed jewelry pieces in this collection have a royal look to die for. Dual plated in antique silver and gold, Chikankari lends an old world charm to your ensemble like none other.
Phulkari from Punjab is synonymous with colors that pop and designs that speak of eternal spring. Phulkari is an embroidery technique that literally means flower art. This jewelry collection is one of the most colorful and cheerful collections from the Studio by Voylla, capturing the soul of Punjab. Flaunt a dreamy look with our Phulkari collection and add a splash of hues to your ordinary wardrobe.
Handcrafted jewelry from premium brass, with intricate floral motifs inspired by Kashmiri embroidery, colorful stones against a kohl-black backdrop - that’s Firdaus collection from the Studio by Voylla for you! Taking inspiration from Kashmir’s pristine lakes, mystical mountains and earthy hues of Chinar leaves, these enchanting pieces of Firdaus are truely head-turners. Perfectly finished and beautifully designed, these jewelry pieces promise to be a unique and exquisite addition to your list of prized possessions.
Fun, artistic and bohemian, the Kutch design from Gujarat has a mystical and ethereal heritage, making it one of the most versatile jewelry pieces in your personal collection. Make a style statement at work or on a date with this alluring boho collection and keep the compliments pouring in.
A tribute to the age-old craftsmanship of block printing that originated in Indus Valley, the Ajrakh collection is as elegant as it is traditional. In subtle yet eye-catching hues, exquisite details, and enameled highlights, Ajrakh jewelry casts a spell with its paisley and floral motifs in skillful patterns. A jewelry piece from this collection is not a mere adornment, but an artwork of poetry on your skin.
Inspired by the dancers of Rajasthan, the Folklore collection from the House of Voylla is all about being adventurous and spunky. Take home pieces from this riveting collection and give your contemporary look a beautiful traditional twist.
Be the ultimate style queen who’s modern yet well-rooted in tradition, and add these exquisite collections to your jewelry possessions!
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