Jewellery is such a fascinating thing in which designer always try to introduce some new collections by keeping the authenticity of origin. In the same way Meenakari Jewellery 2019-20 has new collections which show the uniqueness of the collections with new flavour by keeping its origin as scent.
Meenakari Jewellery designs can be easily spotted on runway models, Bollywood divas, brides of the season and just about any woman with a great taste in jewellery. We all know that Women means Jewellery lovers.
Meenakari jewellery essentially dates back to the days of Mughal rule in India when the walls of their majestic palaces were adorned with enamelling designs.
We can see that Meenakari did on Rakhi, Aarsi oversized ring, Mughal style Bajuband, bridal Chura, Kamarband, Bicchua feet rings, the famous Aad necklace, the hottest trendsetter – Haath Phool and the royal Rani Haar.
These unique designs were later incorporated in jewellery styles which have become an integral part of Indian heritage and culture.
The traditional meenakari jewellery in colours like red and green has been around for a while but it is making a raging comeback in the prettiest pastel hues. From Gold to artificial jewellery, every collection gives us a love for Meenakari.
One quick scroll through any of the leading fashion blogs and you’ll see those intricate meenakari necklaces, earrings and tikkas in pretty blush pink, powder blue, lilac and even mint green.
The art of meenakari involves colouring and ornamenting the surface of metals with the use of brilliant colours in a beautiful design. The word, meenakari, is derived from Meena, which is the feminine form of Minoo in Persian, referring to heaven. Meena means the azure colour of heaven. This art was invented by the Iranian craftsmen of the Sassanid era and spread by Mongols to India and other countries. Jean Chardin, a French tourist who toured Iran during the rule of Safavid referred to an enamel work of Isfahan. This work consisted of a pattern of animals and birds on a floral background of light blue, yellow, green and red colours.
ORIGIN OF MEENAKARI
Since ages, gold has been a preferred metal for meenakari art as it has the ability to hold the enamel in a better manner. Not only this, the usage of gold in meenakari works also enhances the luster of the art while bringing out the colors of the enamels beautifully. The usage of silver in meenakari work was introduced later which was mainly used for making bowls, boxes, spoons, and art pieces. Later on, copper was also introduced in meenakari art after the Gold Control Act which forced the meenakars of India to look for metals other than gold for creating meeenakari jewelry and other art pieces.
Maroon & Gold-Toned Kundan-Studded Meenakari Work Jewellery Set
American Diamond Meenakari Peacock Pendant Necklace Jewellery SetAmerican Diamond
Gold-Plated & Red Stone-Studded Jewellery Set
Gold-Plated Blue & Orange Beaded Meenakari Ethnic Jewellery Set
Metal Meenakari Kundan Traditional Necklace Set
One Gram Gold Meenakari Worked Designer Long Haram Antique Golden Traditional Jewellery Necklace Set/Pendant Set/jewellery Set
Gold Plated Kundan Pearl Meenakari Handcrafted Necklace Earring Set
Gold Plated Kundan Meenakari Necklace Jewellery Set for Women
Women Red & Gold-Plated Ruby Embellished Jewellery Set
Women Gold-Plated & White Pearl Beaded Jewellery Set
Gold Plated Meenakari Long Set with Moti Mala Chain
Traditional Gold Plated Matt Finish Floral Meenakari Polki Jewellery
Gold-Plated Pink & White Kundan-Studded Beaded Meenakari Jewellery Set
Gold Plated Kundan Meenakari Bridal Necklace Set with Earrings & Maang Tikka for Women
Gold Plated Brass Kundan Minakari with Beads & Pearl, Long Necklace Set
Meenakari Work Gold Plated Choker Style Kundan Necklace Set
Metal Pista Minakari Traditional Kundan Necklace Set
Meenakari Hand Painted Necklace Jewellery Sets
Apara Gold Plated Green Meenakari Necklace Sets for Women
Pearl Gold Plated Wedding Jewellery Kundan Peacock Meenakari Multi-String Necklace Set
- Always wipe your Jewellery regularly with a soft cleaning cloth to maintain the beauty.
- Try to avoid immersion in water.
- Always remember to remove the jewellery before going into the ocean, swimming pool or taking a shower.
- Try to avoid contact with sweat, perfume, abrasive soaps or chemicals.
- Never store your jewellery near a heat source.
- Keep it in your Jewellery box.
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CONCLUSION: This article is all about exautic Meenakari collections. I hope you have checked all the collections.