Traditional Indian jewellery is known for its beauty, craftsmanship and variety. It comprises jewellery pieces that are worn on almost every part of the body where each ornament holds a traditional and rustic importance.
By weaving the old magic back, the Midas collection by Sunita shekhawat incorporates all the traditional ornaments like sarpech, hasli, bajubandh and poochi that hold a significant place in history.
Sarpech, a Turban ornament is an ultimate symbol of royalty, wealth and status which was earlier worn exclusively by Maharajas and Nizams. This head jewellery is usually studded with diamonds, emeralds and still remains as a personal favorite among men.
The Aad set-
The Aad is an ornament that adorns the neck and flows down to decorate the chest; it is the most elaborate ornament worn by the Rajput queen. In the ancient period it was the central piece of the bride’s wedding jewellery and symbolized her transition from girl to woman.
This collar necklace, also known as “Hasli” is typically worn by the tribal women of the north-western region of India. The basic form of the hasli is a rigid circular ornament with a hollow or solid construction. It derives its name from the collarbone on which it rests. The men hansli is distinguished from those worn by women and children.
Bajubandh is worn by the men as well as by women on the upper part of the hand. It was traditionally worn on the important occasions and festivals.
The Poonchi is a hand ornament worn on the wrist by the women; it is usually made out of gold with a hint of pearls, kundan and other gem stones.
Apart from wearing these jewellery pieces with ethnic attires they can be mixed matched with the western outfits also and we are sure that they will definitely add their unique touch to your look.