The Wedding Jewellery Attire 

A grand wedding has often been recounted on the pomp and grandeur that one experiences at the event – the place, the relatives, the food and most importantly, the young couple decked with all the fine jewellery. Being a jewellery lover, I am keen on gathering information on the customary and traditional jewels that are a part of the wedding essentials to keep up with the tradition as we move along.

 At C. Krishniah Chetty Group of Jewellers, the traditional jewellers continue to manufacture lots of these customary jewels with their old charm intact, yet, a few have undergone a minimum makeover to match the present generation. However, it is saddening that many of the traditional jewels have perished over time.

Nevertheless, a few continue to be adorned for generations and have become a part of a traditional jewellery wardrobe. Although we can recollect a lot of long-established jewels, below are the most amazing and often bump into jewellery that every individual owns.

The most striking jewel that seeks immediate attention on the ears is these earrings have we have admired on every cute angle or a damsel. Perhaps, these are the jewels often gifted to many of our siblings. The unique open umbrella dome that I would call it, rather than by its name Jumkas. The traditional jumkas are the ‘charmers’ of the ears. Often heavy and intricate worked earrings that add another dimension to one’s beauty. Either set with gems or plain embossed, they carry their beauty along with them. These jumakas often accompany the traditional long necklaces to add the charm of royal looks.

Even today, these auspicious & divine traditional necklaces are an essential part of the jewellery gifts given to a South Indian bride on her wedding day as blessings from her parents.

At C. Krishniah Chetty Group of Jewellers, slight modifications are necessary to keep up with the desires of the parents, who demand motifs of Gods, Goddesses, flowers, birds in their jewellery. Often the request for customisation of goddess Lakshmi embossed as large centrepiece and decorated with gems is sought, as a sign of good luck and fortune, following them.

The artesian at C. Krishniah Chetty Group of Jewellers unwind their imaginations on every piece of jewel they craft, adding a little more personalisation touch to differentiate the bridal jewellery. Often, trying to create unique motifs of the bride and the groom, depicting the happy hours of unison, crafted as its centre stage on the chockers that dominates as a treasured gift throughout their life. Visit any of our magnificent showrooms to dream and customise your wedding essentials.

One of our esteemed customer Bollywood actor Mouni Roy is a traditional jewellery lover. Although she has a wardrobe of collections, she finds jewellery that often reflected defined craftsmanship and services of C. Krishniah Chetty Group Of Jewellers.

Her auspicious wedding marked with Suraj Nambiar was simply mesmerising. Her wedding jewellery was specially customised by C. Krishniah Chetty Group Of Jewellers with blessings and love for their ever-after.

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