Celebrating the charisma of the regal past with a dash of modernity

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on September 23, 2014 by sunitashekhawatjaipur

For every Indian woman the head jewellery has always remained as an ornament to intensify the beauty of her hair. At Sunita Shekhawat, the head ornaments like traditional maang tikas and jhoomar acquire inspiration from the era of Nizams & Maharajas along with a few modern enhancements to the head jewellery like hair clips and colourful maang tikas, which are deliberately designed to go with indo- western and traditional attires, be it a sari, a lengha or an anarkali suit.

sunita s hair jwelThe head jewellery has been worn by Indian men from the era of Maharajas as it symbolized power, wealth & stature. Since then, these diamonds, rubies and emeralds, studded sarpech and brooches were the personal favorites among men.

sunita s head jewelleryEvery piece has been carefully designed and crafted by Sunita shekhawat, who salutes to era of Indian royalty with her varied modern, traditional & classic head jewellery collections for men & women.

sunita s head 3Each precious stone reveals the splendor & magnificence of the regal past with a touch of uniqueness & modernity.

Celebrities in Sunita Shekhawat Jewellery

Posted in Gaja By Sunita Shekhwat, Honor, Jewellery by Sunita Shekhawat, Sunita Shekhawat Jewellery with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 27, 2014 by sunitashekhawatjaipur

Madhuri for Sunita Shekhawat

From bollywood cults like Madhuri Dikhsit, star divas like Nargis Fakhri to iconic author and activists like Shobhaa De, women from all walks have adorned Sunita Shekhawat jewellery.

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It is a moment of pride for the brand, when such icons think of Sunita Shekhawat jewellery as a reflection of their personality, their inner diva and the lady that the world looks up to!

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The penchant for certain gem-stones, personal favorites is always there, and so is the need to discuss their choices through a series of appointements. The trust however, is constant!

Indulging in Traditional Jewellery

Posted in Education, festival and wedding Jewelry, jewellers, Jewellery by Sunita Shekhawat, Sunita Shekhawat Jewellery with tags , , , , , , , , on August 5, 2014 by sunitashekhawatjaipur

If you have a penchant for traditional jewellery, then enamel, kundan-meena and gold are amongst your favourites!

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The craft of these jewellery forms has been valued through the decades, and has got more precious in this time. Even if you let yourself indulge in one of such classic pieces, it’ll be your gift for the generations to come!

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These ever-green masterpieces have to selectively chosen, and do not have to be necessarily bought in pairs; you could buy a jadau bangle or kadha, a neck-piece or earrings in isolation.

Be sure of the form of traditional jewellery you’re looking for.

The Queen of Gems: Pearl

Posted in Education, Jewellery by Sunita Shekhawat, Sunita Shekhawat Jewellery, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on July 29, 2014 by sunitashekhawatjaipur

If there’s one gemstone that transcends shores and geographies, and speaks the language of taste and substance, it is pearl.

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Wore alike by the the royal houses across the world, in the modern day, it is the mark of women who mean  business and substance!

Here are some interesting pearl facts:

  • Cleopatra won a bet against Marc Antony that she could spend a small fortune on a single meal costing more than the assets of a country. She took off a pearl earring, dissolved it in vinegar and drank it!

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  • The most densely populated pearl oyster beds in the world lie are off the coast of northern and western Australia. This rough sea is the source of some of the largest and finest pearls in the world, known as South Sea pearls. The largest of South-Sea cultured pearls can go upto 22 mm!

 

Fragments of heritage and royalty: Jewellery in blue & pink enamel

Posted in festival and wedding Jewelry, Jewellery by Sunita Shekhawat with tags , , , , , , , , , on July 12, 2014 by sunitashekhawatjaipur

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As the enamel of pink and blue are re-incarnated into kundan-meena jewellery form, the word beauty an entire new meaning. It’s like adorning your neck, you wrist, or your ears with fragments of heritage and royalty.

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The classic soothing blue and the lotus pink sent in gold make for jewels that you would treasure all your life and bequeath them to the generations that follow.

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The neck piece, the bangle and the earrings are stunning amalgamations of femininity, gem-stones and style. They ooze taste for all things refined!

Jewellery Inspired by Animal Forms

Posted in Education, festival and wedding Jewelry, Gaja By Sunita Shekhwat, jewellers, Jewellery by Sunita Shekhawat, Sunita Shekhawat Jewellery with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 26, 2014 by sunitashekhawatjaipur

Jewellery that takes inspiration from living wonders of beauty takes a life of its own! Whether it is elephant kadhas (Indian bracelet) or peacock earrings and necklaces, these ornaments ooze royalty.

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A traditional occasion with minimal but emphatic jewellery is your trick to be the lady of the room. Spell it through your earrings, kadha, cocktail ring or watch, one at a time.

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These jewelled accessories exude are nothing but pieces of art, that when enhanced through enamel or gemstones help you carry the heritage in your handbag!

Know your Diamonds well!

Posted in Education, Jewellery by Sunita Shekhawat, Sunita Shekhawat Jewellery with tags , , , , , , , , on June 17, 2014 by sunitashekhawatjaipur

I am not materialistic, but I take carats of my diamonds very seriously!

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Recently, a blue diamond weighing an astounding 122.52 carats has been excavated in South Africa. It is possibly the most valuable diamond in the world now! Certainly a invaluable discovery; however the processing and refining of this diamond is going to make all the difference.

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At Sunita Shekhawat, the very best techniques are undertaken for jewellery making. Whether manufacturing or design, it is extremely important to preserve and enhance the glow of diamonds at the same time.

The 4Cs of diamonds are the main parameters of qualitative judgement.

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