A Dream Necklace for a Dream Wedding

Bridal Polki Necklace

Every bride dreams of a magnificent look on her wedding-day. And the look of an Indian bride is unfinished without jewelry. In the entire trousseau, it’s the wedding jewelry that gets major emphasis. Jewelry is as significant as any other detail of her bridal look. Even the grandeur of her heavy designer lehenga would look faded unless complimented with a right piece of adornment. At Rabhyaa Jewels, we strive to offer brides-to-be pieces that complement their wedding dress as well as personal style.

The popular trend in Indian wedding jewelry is the Polki embellished Jewelry- intricate gold designs studded with uncut- diamonds in various shapes and styles. They are hot favorite among young brides because of their ethnic yet contemporary look.

Remember the bejeweled splendor of Aishwarya Rai in Jodha Akbar? The one prominent aspect that stood out in the regalia and exquisiteness was the timeless Polki Jewellery Our Wedding Collection is a collection of such exquisite polka pieces portraying the fusion of contemporary and traditional designs.

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Rabhyaa Jewels

Address : C-24/A Bhagat Singh Marg Tilak Nagar, Jaipur – 302004

Phone No.: 0141-4024922, Fax: 0141-4024092

Contact Person :
Mr. Sunil Kapur :- +91-9829010736
Mr. Neeraj Gupta :- +91-9829019454
Mr. Vishnu Goyal :- +91-9828063568

Classic Jhumkas with Timeless Meenakari Artwork

‘Jhumkas’ is that forever accessory that refuses to fade away from the fashion scene. Traditional yet gorgeously sophisticated, the Jhumkas got that appeal to rule all the way!

Our assortment of Jhumkas is designed keeping in mind the latest fashion as well as the taste of the contemporary women. Featuring an attractive design and meenakari detailing, a pair of these traditional pink ‘Jhumkas’ have elegance and refinement to catch the fancy of every woman in the very first glance.

Evergreen Jhumkas with Timeless Meenakari Artwork
Origin & Influences of Meenakari Artwork:
Meenakari is the Indian name for enamelling, a versatile, exquisite, long-lasting art medium. The technique involves fusing glass to a metal surface by heat.

The credit for developing the craft of enamelling in India goes to the Mughals. Under the royal patronage of the Mughal rulers, particularly during the time of Akbar, enamelling in India acquired new dimensions. Embellished with nature inspired motifs, leaves, flowers, birds, animals, and calligraphy, enamelling or Minakari reflected Persian influences and Islamic sensibilities. Akbar had great taste for all things beautiful, including gems and jewellery, and he set up special centres for jewellery artisans to craft exotica for him under his supervision and patronage. The regions of Lahore and Multan were the key centres before enamelling earned its indigenous sensibilities. Subsequently it spread to Delhi, Alwar, Jaipur and Varanasi.

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Rabhyaa Jewels
Address : C-24/A Bhagat Singh Marg Tilak Nagar, Jaipur – 302004
Phone No.: 0141-4024922, Fax: 0141-4024092
Contact Persons :
Mr. Sunil Kapur :- +91-9829010736
Mr. Neeraj Gupta :- +91-9829019454
Mr. Vishnu Goyal :- +91-9828063568