Think about our magnificent Indian history, and you cannot afford to miss out on mentioning the extensive use of silver metal in creating home décor pieces, tableware, artifacts, or ornaments.
With the ever-growing demand of silver jewelry, Chokhahaar has brought to its discerning clients the most stunning pieces of silver accessories that are created with different handcrafting techniques.
Let’s cut to the chase and learn about these techniques in this blog. Here we go!
The splendid architecture and interiors of historical monuments invariably take our breath away with its enchanting beauty and glory. What is it that enhances its appearance? Undoubtedly, it is the meenakari work.
Introduced in India by Mughals, the art of enameling is all about creating vibrant designs with the amalgamation of colors on the metal. From home décor objects, artifacts to silver jewelry, meenakari work has its own set of appreciators from different walks of life.
Chokhahaar offers the most appealing silver jewelry online with enamel work that will instantly make you look like a million bucks. Don’t wait for more and pick a masterpiece to up your style quotient today.
Rava work amplifies the aesthetics of the ornament and makes it look extraordinary. The modern design with traditional touch gives a significant boost to the beauty of your ethnic outfit and stands your style statement apart from the rest.
The rava work is all about creating a tiny granule of silver formed by hand and affixing it in the metal to create a phenomenal design. The finest craftsmanship and finishing technique of rava make the silver accessories a must-have when it comes to getting spruced up in festivals and traditional occasions. This silver pendant will definitely look elegant if teamed up with ethnic ensemble.
This delicate hand carving craft has a profound historical significance. The jaali work is greatly inspired by the calligraphy and geometric patterns on the latticed screen and ancient architectural windows.
Chokhahaar takes immense pride to reveal its alluring collection of silver jewelry that is nothing but an epitome of rich Indian traditions and culture. This pair of jhumki with jaali work will look go really well with your Indian dresses and attire.
Kundan work in silver ornaments has a regal feel that reflects richness in its essence. The term ‘Kundan’ itself signifies highly refined gold which is generally 24k gold.
With the legacy of over 2500 years, this kundan work is recognized as one of the oldest and famous works in silver jewelry as it uplifts the charm and grace of the accessory and takes it to another level.
This pair of earrings in kundan has a specialty to enrich the aesthetics of the outfit at the drop of a hat. What are you waiting for? Add it to your cart right away and get ready to grab eyeballs.
Opposite of engraving, embossed jewelry is always slightly raised above the surface of the metal. This silver jewelry making technique is widely used in creating silver bangles, necklaces, kada, pendants, earrings, and whatnot.
The intricate details and floral patterns in this work look irresistible. If your jewelry box is deprived of this exquisite hand kada with embossed design, then you must buy it then and there from Chokhahaar.
This handmade jewelry technique is all about creating finest designs in jewelry with wire without heating it. This wire weaving technique is certainly labor-intensive and requires pain-stalking efforts. However, the outcome is always mind-blowing. Look at the hand kada shown in the image. The decorative wire work has sophistically enveloped the kada from the corners, thereby making it look highly appealing and elegant.
Wear this masterpiece with a traditional outfit and surprise others with your one-of-a-kind choices.
Chokhahaar is committed to fulfilling all your silver jewelry whims and fantasies. Considering the unique choices of modern women, we have come up with jewelry accessories in silver that reflect modernity without leaving the Indian heritage behind. Check out our smashing collection and choose the pieces worth to complement your personality.
Post By - Jayati Roy Sharma