Polki is another long-standing folklore to emerge from the prodigious Rajasthani stable of ornamentation. Stemming from the traditional kundan lineage, what sets Polki jewellery apart is the usage of rose-cut, semi-finished diamonds which are uncut – in their resplendent, uninhibited raw form.
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While Polki jewellery is often slotted in the same category as Kundan, the key differentiating element is the unmodified asymmetry of the gemstones that are the hallmark of Polki creations. This makes them the grander, more exquisite cousins hailing from a shared legacy. Needless to say, these ornaments are more expensive, and their grandeur is exponentially more resplendent.
The all-embracing virtues of Polki jewellery makes it compatible with a vast array of gems like emeralds, tourmalines, pearls, and even white gold and platinum!
It’s little wonder that Polki jewels have been prominently featured in tinsel town showcases – some of the recent instances including Aishwarya Rai’s regalia in the Mughal epic Jodha Akbar and Kareena Kapoor’s ensemble during her wedding with the Nawab of Pataudi – Saif Ali Khan!