1. Kundan
Traditionally used by Mughals, Kundan Jewellery is made by Rajasthani artisans with a flawless finish and intricate designs. It makes use of glass imitations set in stones with Gold or Silver tones. Unlike Polki Jewellery, Kundan is slightly affordable.

2. Pearl Jewellery
Pearl is said to be the queen of all gems. For brides who would like to go subtle or minimal with their jewellery, Pearl is a good choice. With multi-layer Pearls, fine strands and statement pieces of Pearl jewellery, add a touch of royalty to your bridal look in the most subtle way.

3. Mughal Jewellery
Many designers are seen to experiment with it, and Mughal jewellery is finding its right place in Bridal jewellery with chunky gemstones and ethnic motifs. Mughal jewellery range from enamelled motifs to Navratna gemstones and intricate Jadau jewellery.

4. Silver Jewellery
Take a break from old is Gold and experiment with Silver for a brand new bridal look. Stand out from the crowd and make a bold statement by incorporating Silver in your bridal ensemble.

5. Polki Jewellery
Introduced by the Mughals of ancient India, Polki is a jewellery made of uncut Diamonds. It comes with a lower price tag when compared to real Diamond jewellery and has an exuberant finish.
Since it consists of Diamonds in a raw finish, Polki is becoming an interesting choice of bridal jewellery well-knowns for its exotic shine and designs. Also, it commands a better value for money as opposed to Kundans because it fetches a good resale value.

6. Gemstone Jewellery
Fine precious stones of Ruby, Emerald and a Sapphire set in Gold make one of the finest pieces of jewellery. The cuts and colours of these gemstones make them stand apart from regular Gold jewellery.

7. Everygreen Gold Jewellery
Last but not the least, old is gold. It needs no introduction really and has been there for ages. The most popular choice of bridal jewellery is Gold and is considered to be very auspicious.it is also a great investment in terms of its value, as Gold prices continue to surge.

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