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Nakash and Kundan Chokers

The bridal season may be a little far from now, but it is never too soon for one to sort their bridal trousseau beforehand. Although different brides have a different idea of how they plan to look for their big day- some favor looking for ethnic or fine jewelry whereas some and what is popular today is that they prefer going with traditional jewelry trends to make their look perfect.

Ladies! Let's get your attention towards these lovely sets with Nakshi work. Let's simply put it this way that Nakshi is a work of art! They are designed in a way that two pieces can never be alike in their make. They are distinguished and the making is so intricate to boasts the craftsmanship behind this work. By the name, Nakshi means stamping- which means the designs are meant to look like stamp work with some elaborate detailing work.

Today's collection is all about beautiful Kundan and Nakash chokers embedded in precious stones and beads. 

Nakash and Kundan Chokers

If you are looking for something fancy and towards a heavy style that immediately pushes up your entire wedding look, these are the ones you would really like. Both the sets are the traditional south Indian style mango mala and a guttapusalu. Both the looks are put up together with a choker style neckpiece or a small chain haram matched with a long necklace. 

Nakash and Kundan Chokers

This one, in particular, has been made in nakshi work and has embellished diamonds on the design. What works really well with this mid-length necklace is the amalgamation of south sea pearls with golden design layout that overall accentuates the look really well. The huge block designs of a collage shape made over the central layer with gold embedded in diamonds look really elegant and rich. It is a pump of colors because of the amalgamation of emerald stone, south sea pearls, and huge flat diamond embellishments.

Nakash and Kundan Chokers

This chain is an extended collection inspired by the interlinked drop coin-like golden patterns that have the floral structures drawn over it. It is a great ornament to pair with silk material like a saree or a suit. It gives a perfect south Indian look.

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