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Our Editors Pick: Exquisite Bridal Pieces from Manubhai Jewellers
Bridal Fashion and Beauty - Aug 11, 2016
Each masterpiece at Manubhai Jewellers is crafted to evoke a bride’s aspirations and dreams. With designs that are true to tradition yet contemporary in spirit, they bring the joy of colour, the deep gleam of enamel and a timeless glamour on your big day.
Here, WeddingSutra’s editors pick eye-catching pieces from Manubhai’s elegant bridal collection to match your celebrations.
22K gold maang tika with semi-precious greenstones in takkar kundan karigari.
Inspired by the glorious, mysterious moon, the traditional chandbali motifs will complement your wedding day jewellery. You can also choose to make a very stylish statement and wear it on its own at your cocktail or sangeet. You may start a trend.
The Mughal Regal carvings on gold
Like it came from a fairytale treasure chest – this antique finished 22K gold kada with a semi-precious ruby at its heart is a stunner. Wear it on its own and you’ll be creating a powerful, unique style mantra. It’s versatile enough to be worn with other jewellery at any of your wedding functions to complete your look.
Jadau at its regal best!
One more out of the treasure trove! This 22K gold neckpiece is rich with detail and elements! Beautifully crafted flowers, gold beads and gold leaves all seem to work ensemble to draw attention to the carved jade paisley in the hollow of the throat. Luscious little red gems bring more colour and the semi-circle ‘tikka’ add an ethnic grace to this piece. The delicately carved jades and South Sea pearls bring movement as tiny jhumkas.
Despite its grandeur, this neckpiece has been designed to feel light, making it perfect for the dancing at the mehndi!
There’s sunshine in that gold!
These 22K gold crafted baubles have been inspired by sunflowers and created with gold beads and semi-precious stones in takkar kundan work. The jhumkas bring movement and a hint of tradition and are bang on trend this season. Suspended on strings of keshi pearls, the delicate latkans have an element of fun and happiness and are great to wear at your mehndi.
Three perfect circles
You’ll dance and sing and play at your sangeet and these 22K gold danglers will be your best friends. Each of the three circles is rich in floral motifs, studded to saturation with white parabs, red and green semi-precious stones and gold beads in kundan karigari. Young, glamourous and celebratory!
Be the first to catch Manubhai Jewellers’ latest and exclusive #bridaljewellery designs at an exclusive exhibit at Sahara Star Hotel, Santacruz from the 19th to the 21st of August 2016.