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Best Wedding Jewellery in India
Wedding jewellery is like an ocean of pearls... Perpetual, ceaseless and never ending. Here at The Bridal Box, we aim at bringing you the best designs, artful conception of stones and exclusive features from around the world for a wide range of bridal jewellery, along with the most captivating bridal stories. Unusual, unexpected and always beautiful – a conscientiously curated collection of the best bridal jewellery for you to love, share and be inspired by.
We present to you assorted collection of slick, stylish, traditional and modern directional designs. Jewellery designs ranging from the ones that challenge conventional designing styles to vintage jewellery and heirlooms passed down the ancestral line, which is worn in ways to strike every eye. From exclusive and rare traditional Indian family heirlooms to light weight modern machine jewellery designs, all aiming to make you feel like a queen.
A Matter Of Personal Choice
Jewellery is a matter of individual choice. One wears what one loves. We have assembled on this page, everything that fascinates a regal Indian bride – designs from the south of India, all the way to the north, east and west. The exquisite Telugu bride’s jada kuppalu, to the prefect Punjabi bride’s nathi and the magical Marathi bride’s kolhapuri saaj. There’s everything you need, wish to see and ever dreamt of, at the BB’s jewellery page.
Big. Medium. Small. We Have Them All.
Our selectively compiled list of designers and jewellers include the best bridal jewellers from all over the country. It's not just about the biggies actually. We also have traditional jewellers who prefer to do their business without much fanfare tucked away in the busy streets of the bustling market in your city too. Whatever you are looking for to suit your tastes and preferences, you’ll find them here.
The Magic Of Metals
From the ever so popular gold (which constitutes the trio of yellow gold, rose gold and white gold) and platinum, to metals and alloys that are considered a lot more exquisite and stunning, like cobalt and titanium, or silver and rose gold, we provide you with an assortment of many such profound combinations that will surely surprise, enlighten and inspire you to experiment with your wedding jewellery and go beyond gold and platinum.
Designs To Discover
It is said that “every design and every idea is precious and unique”. But, while dealing with precious metals, this saying only gets amplified. We have with us, an endless range of carefully selected and curated designs, which will definitely blow your mind and make your big day even better. Being a bride is serious business. Therefore, with our exhaustive list wedding jewellery makers, we’re sure to help you find “the one” piece of art, that is made for you.
Gorgeous Gems And Precious Pearls
Did you know, that there are more than a million unique and precious gems that you can mix and match for your bridal jewellery? From the ever-so-stunning diamonds to the eternal emeralds and the romantic rubies; there is a vibrant bouquet of gems, precious stones and pearls that you can piece by piece, build up your jewellery with. At The Bridal Box, we bring you the best combinations, designs, colours and more, to provide you with the widest range of collection, to help you select from, so that you can look gorgeous on your big day.
Do you know why gold jewellery is a must-have for every Indian bride?
Gold jewellery is considered as something that every bride must wear, because, we Indians made it popular more than 3500 years ago, that is, ever since the ladies started wearing jewellery as a tradition during the Indus Valley Civilisation. Ever since, Indians never considered gold as a luxury and that very thought is the reason why we still think of gold as a necessity.
Since time immemorial, Indian women used to get their jewellery done in gold, as it was a way of protecting the family’s savings and wealth (during a time when there weren’t any safety lockers and banks around). This practice naturally increased the value of gold as a barter commodity in the market, while gold, as a precious metal slowly gained prominence and has evolved to become an inseparable part of the Indian culture.
Having said that, now you know that the world of jewellery has a lot to offer to you. So, start searching for the ultimate jewellery design of your dreams right here at The Bridal Box.