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Everything a bride should know about polki pendant designs

by Azva Vows Sales & Marketing
Indian jewellery market has several styles and everyone takes equal credit for introducing the new designs from time to time. Among a number of stylish and exquisite designs, one style that is considered premium and high end is the polki style. This design was introduced in India by The Mughals who preferred their diamonds unpolished and uncut. With time, various houses of designs especially the ones form Bikaner and Gujarat added their own style to the jewellery design and made it more popular among the masses. 

Polki holds a historical importance and its appeal never went away. Unlike many other styles that came in the market and then faded after a while, Polki remained classy and a favourite of the brides. 

Polki diamonds are special as these gems do not go under multiple chemical treatments. This increases its value and brings a very rustic touch to the overall style. Polki pendant designs are very popular because of the raw textures and being more expensive than the polished diamonds. 

For the future brides who are looking for polki to shine during their wedding, they can choose from the Open Polki and the Hyderabadi Polki. The Open Polki keeps an open gold bearing. Unlike other styles, Open Polki doesn’t apply enamel at the back and thus allows the light to penetrate from the both sides. The Hyderabadi Polki is silver based and doesn’t use gold. This gives contemporary look and goes well with formal attires as well. 

When it comes to stylish polki bangles, polki rings and pendants, there is no one like Azva Vows. With their expertise, they ensure the latest in the world of bridal jewellery. Azva is inspired from the seven vows of the wedding and the theme is kept in its design and style. They guarantee value for money and reliability when it comes to premium wedding jewelleries.

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