Hyderabadi jewellery is some of the most expensive of all jewellery in India. History states that this type of jewellery was introduced first by the Nizams of Hyderabad. Hyderabadi jewellery is a timeless classic that never goes out of style and therefore a favourite choice of wedding jewellery among Hyderabadi brides. Hyderabadi wedding jewellery is mostly set in gold and decorated with enamel, pearls, diamonds, rubies, emeralds, and other precious and semi-precious stones.
Given below are some of the most popular types of bridal jewellery adorned by Hyderabadi brides at their weddings.
Necklace: Jada Huwa Lachcha
An ancient Gold jewellery design, Jada Huwa Lachcha is inlaid with pearls, precious stones including emerald, ruby, and/or diamonds. This piece of gold jewellery is mostly designed in the form of a choker. Most of these necklaces are inlaid with green coloured stones along with perfectly placed Hyderabadi pearls. However, both red and maroon coloured jewels are also popular with this gold jewellery design. This piece of jewellery is known for its intricate design and is always a show stopper.
If you are searching for this style of gold jewellery you can check out the Era Uncut Diamond Necklace Set (Product Code: NSNEERHDCESUA211), or the Celebration Bride Era Uncut Diamond Necklace (Product Code: NEERHDOSCKA007), or the Ethnix Gold Necklace (Product Code: AHDAAAAAKIKC) on the Gold jewellery design finder- Finaura.
Layered Pearl Necklace: Sat Lada
Sat-Lada is a piece of Hyderabadi gold jewellery that has seven strands with Hyderabadi pearls. Each strand has a gold pendant inlaid with precious stones. If you are looking for a layered necklace in gold and pearls you can take a look at the Kylie Layered Necklace, or the Nelia Cutout Necklace, or The Storm Necklace on the Finaura app.
Mang Tikka: Teeka And Jhoomar
The head ornament Teeka has a big pendant that hangs on to your forehead. This ornament is made of gold and inlaid with pearls and stones. The Teeka is presented to the bride by her maternal relatives and as a token of their blessings. The Jhoomar is triangular-shaped gold jewellery worn on the left side of the forehead. The Retro Bride Mang Tikka (Product Code: TANQBIT00144) and the Keyuri Mudhra Gold Mang tikka are good choices for a Hyderabadi bride.
Chandbali And Karan Phool
Both these earrings are worn along with the Jada Huwa Lachcha necklace. Karan Phool is designed in the shape of a huge flower with attached strands of pearls. The Chandbali has pearls, diamonds, and other precious stones set in gold. The Crescent Bouquet Chand Bali, the Ida Pearl Chand Bali, and Nita Pearl Bloom Chand Bali on Finaura are perfect choices of earrings for a Hyderabadi bride.
Nose Ring: Nath
Most of the Hyderabadi brides get their nose pierced before the date of their wedding. The Hyderabadi Nath is a gold nose ring with attached beads of pearls and rubies. You can check out the Aarvi Mudhra Gold Nath and Vaanya Mudhra Gold Nath are perfect choices for Hyderabadi Naths.
This piece of gold jewellery is one of the most intricately designed Hyderabadi wedding jewellery. This necklace has a gold pendant inlaid with precious stones like uncut diamonds, rubies, emeralds, and Hyderabadi pearls attached to two or more strands of coloured stones/pearls on each side.
If you wish to add a similar piece of Gold jewellery to your bridal trousseau you can check out the Mine Diamond Necklace (Product code: MBNK20409).
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