Polki Jewellery - A Touch of Royalty

Try opening every jewellery box in India, one common thing is that you will definitely observe across all across the nation, its states and population is particularly the traditional forever trending and pretty royal Polki Jewellery. Polk earrings, polki necklaces and polki maang tikkas, you name it! It's in every style and pattern.


While we all are suckers for the cut clarity and colour of the beautiful rock, uncut diamonds are really combining to take the world by a storm. Be it our favourite bollywood celebrities or indian royal families or women like you and me we all are greatly attracted to the regal looking ornaments.


These regal beauties never go out of style, and for the most part, they don't want to be treated like royalty, particularly on their wedding day. They essentially believed that a bride's dress would be incomplete without it. Polki, in fact, is nothing more than diamonds in their natural form, demonstrating how polki earrings, Polki necklaces, maang tikka, and other similar items are used in a big way.


It is a diamond that is essentially uncut and semi-polished, or so they figured. Since polki basically is not subjected to as pretty many kind of chemical processes as its distilled counterpart, it mostly has a very intense and rustic flavour, so since polki basically is not subjected to as pretty many kind of chemical processes as its distilled counterpart, it kind of has a very intense and rustic flavour in a actually big way. 


The colour of polki actually is generally less sort of transparent than that of diamonds, giving it an definitely antique fairly appeal and making it the perfect option for pairing with definitely other coloured gemstones, demonstrating how a bride's attire for all intents and purposes is incomplete without it, or so they particularly thought. Since polki specifically is a diamond in its purest shape, it essentially is extremely valuable and often for the most part handed down as heirlooms, which for the most part is quite significant


The origin of Polki jewellery dates back to hundreds of years ago, Polki basically arrived in India with the Mughals in a subtle way. Mughals essentially carried with them not only pretty rich architecture but also exquisite polki jewellery styles. Not only the Mughals, but also the royals of Rajasthan and Gujrat mostly have really contributed to the stone''s elegance in a definitely big way.


Bikaner for the most part is known for its polki jewellery, and it actually is from here that the art basically has spread throughout the world.The colour of polki is pretty much less sort of transparent than that of diamonds, giving it an actually antique particularly appeal and making it the perfect option for pairing with basically other coloured gemstones, which basically is quite significant. Since polki definitely is a diamond in its purest shape, it literally is extremely valuable and often handed down as heirlooms. in a definitely big way.


Many people confuse kundan and polki due to their similar looks, but there are some important differences between the two in a subtle way. For example, since polki is a natural variety of diamond, it typically has a gleaming shine and lustre on its surface and does not undergo any lab-based treatments, which is extremely important. Kundan is mostly made by fusing glass and a pretty metal (usually gold) together, so it has sheen comparable to polki but is less attractive, contrary to common opinion. Polki was adopted by the Mughals in general, while kundan is almost entirely produced in India.


Both stones have a pretty ancient specific feel to them, but polki literally is significantly generally more fairly costly than kundan when it for all intents and purposes comes to purchasing, which essentially is quite significant.


Indian Polki jewellery has developed into an art – both in design and workmanship – as it has progressed over time and history. The purest and softest gold is pounded into fine sheets and mounded around diamonds and gemstones in one of the oldest types of jewellery production.


Here are a few pointers to bear in mind when caring for your kundan and polki jewellery to ensure that it shines for generations to come.


  • Polki and Kundan sets are extremely susceptible to moisture, and even if you store them in the velvet boxes provided by the jeweller, they may not be able to resist moisture well enough and lose their lustre over time. Cover them in butter paper or cotton and store them in airtight containers to keep them cold and dry.


  • Maintenance of these requires some basic tools, which for sure most of them you already have! Soft cloth, Pencil eraser, Strainer, Baby brush, Aluminum foil.


  • Clean with soft cotton or cloth: Use a soft piece of suede cloth to wipe the surface of the jewellery clean.


  • Erase It Away: Using an eraser is a good and simple home remedy. To clear stains and scratches, take a small piece of traditional eraser (rubber) and wipe all surfaces clean with it. Using an eraser to wipe off the blackened bits of your jewellery, just like you can remove pencil marks on a piece of paper.


  • The Strainer Method: You may also use a strainer, such as a pasta strainer or a metal coffee filter, to clean the parts.


  • Brush: Using a few drops of mild dish washing detergent and warm water is the simplest and most popular process. Soak the jewellery in a little bowl filled with these ingredients to restore the lustre. To clear hair, you can also use an old toothbrush with soft bristles. You should use an eyebrow brush or even a makeup brush if you don't have a smooth bristled brush. But make sure to keep a towel or a cloth on the space youre doing this on just incase of any fall out.


  • Aluminum Foil: should be used to polish silver jewellery. Fill a shallow bowl halfway with boiling water, 1 tablespoon baking soda, 1 tablespoon salt, and 1 teaspoon dish detergent. Soak the bits for 15-20 minutes in the bubbly mixture. Rinse it gently with clean, warm water and dry it lightly on a towel to restore the glitter.


  • After rinsing, make sure you air dry your pieces on a soft cloth or towel. Do not wear you jewelry wet. This causes moisture to accumulate and will spoil your pieces; it can also cause skin irritation. And if you would like to buff the gold, use a chamois cloth- it’s effective, safe and quick!

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