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Kundan Jewellery

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How To Maintain Kundan Jewellery?

Kundan Jewellery should be stored in a dry place which is away from moisture. Every time after wearing the jewellery, wipe the jewellery with a soft cloth that will remove the sweat and dirt. Store the jewellery in a sorted manner in a cool place. Take the Kundan Jewellery to the Jeweller for polishing purposes once in a year.

How to identify original kundan jewellery?

1.Take a magnet and keep it close to the Kundan Jewellery , if it attracts then it’s a fake jewellery. 2.Always go the reputed and authentic jewellery so that no one can fool you with fake jewellery. 3.Stamping on the Kundan Jewellery is common as it comes with authenticity stamp on them. 4.If the jewellery turns black or green-ish after one or two uses then please know it’s fake Kundan jewellery.

How to maintain kundan jewellery?

Every time after wearing the jewellery, wipe the jewellery with a soft cloth that will remove the sweat and dirt. Store the jewellery in a sorted manner in a cool and dry place. Take the Kundan Jewellery to the Jeweller for polishing purposes once in a year.

What is kundan jewellery?

Kundan jewellery is high refined gold jewellery made with glass jewellery and gemstones that sets between pure gold foils. Usage of semi precious and precious gemstones is the main exquisite feature which include gemstones like diamonds, pearls, topaz, emeralds, ruby, garnet, and many more.

What is the difference between polki & kundan jewellery?

Process of making the Kundan and Polki is known as Jadau. Polki uses the raw un-cut diamonds which are not polished. The luster and shine of the diamonds are much more than glass gemstones. Whereas, Kundan uses the gold strips which are beaten to make the desired shape and are used as a base. The gemstones / glass stones are carefully added to the gold base to make Kundan Jewellery.