Sabyasachi has been designing heritage bridal and men’s jewellery for a while now. But the latest 2018 Sabyasachi Jewellery has won over my heart. There are so many variations from chokers, to rani-haars, vintage to fine jewellery. He may as well be renamed as one of the greatest wedding jewellery designers we have in India.
I am sure you’re no stranger to Sabyasachi Jewellery. I bet you’ve seen pictures, maybe saved a few for your wedding. But has those pretty jewellery pictures ever made you wonder what it costs to buy a Sabyasachi jewellery piece? I mean I definitely have given it some thought. I am human, after all.
But let’s not get ahead to Sabyasachi Jewellery prices just yet. Sabyasachi just launched his official Sabyasachi Jewelry website, and boy oh boy, were there some stunning pieces on display or what. I have always shied away from talking and writing about bridal jewellery. I am no expert. In fact, I may as well label myself as a complete novice in the department. But you got to make an exception when it is Sabyasachi Jewellery.
In this blog post, everything written specifically about the jewellery details will be either quoted from official websites or thoroughly researched. But mainly the focus of the post is to give you all of Sabyasachi Jewellery pictures in one place so you can bookmark your favourite piece for your wedding.
I know some of you might say Sabyasachi Jewellery is a crazy investment. Agree completely. While it might maybe out of reach for mass population to own a heritage Sabyasachi Jewellery. No harm admiring the beauty, isn’t it?
Jadau Vs Polki Vs Kundan
Polki jewellery is made of unfinished natural diamonds. Polki is essentially an uncut diamond that is mined from the earth in a natural way without any enhancement or lab creation. Polki is also much shinier and much more expensive than Kundan jewellery. Kundan is made of glass stone (glass polki)
Kundan is a traditional form of Indian gemstone jewellery involving a gem set with a gold foil between the stones and its mount, usually for elaborate necklaces. The word kundan means highly refined gold, and a highly refined and pure form of molten gold is used.
Jadau is a technique used in precious jewelry making. This technique is often misinterpreted and people think that it is a form of jewelry. So, while Kudan and Polki are different stones used. Jadau is a technique used to make the Kundan and Polki Jewellery.
So, next time when you decide to go authentic jewellery shopping, you know which one to ask for. Diamonds be it in any form are expensive. A delicate neck piece set can set you back easily by a good couple of lakhs. The Sabyasachi jewellery has a premium designer tag along with heritage value. So you need to be prepared to put in at least a 7 figure amount for your favourite neck piece.
Sabyasachi Jadau Jewellery
Jadau is one of the oldest techniques, originating in the Indo-gangetic plains. Jadau jewelry remains timeless in its appeal. With the highest attention to detail, each piece that the master craftsman creates, depicts a beautiful affair between gold and diamonds.
Sabyasachi Fine Jewellery
Fine jewelry is precious metals and precious or semi precious gemstones & pearls (gold filled is precious, gold vermeil is precious). The difference between fashion jewelry and Fine jewelry is the quality of the metal used in the jewelry and the authenticity of the stones set into the pieces.
Our ‘Fine Jewelry’ speaks of an amorous kinship between diamonds, rubies and emeralds. Old Golcondas interlaced with Goswara and rare Basra. Brilliant cuts, mutuals, rose cuts and fancy diamonds set in platinum and gold. Rose pink to rich red, Burmese rubies lend an air of classic sophistication, with silk, scattering light into brilliant facets.
In Sabyasachi Fine Jewellery, one can find a lot of simple chokers, diamond sets and delicate jewellery designs. They are worth investing as they are not too loud/prominent to the eye. Plus can be worn post wedding with your sarees, or for any family functions etc. They are really usable as opposed to the elaborate rani-haars and other big chunky real Sabyasachi jewellery.
P.S. I might be a bit off track with my Sabyasachi jewellery pictures of Kundan vs Polki vs Fine jewellery. But please don’t take out your daggers on me. This is just me collating all the information for your Sabyasachi jewellery inspiration.
Sabyasachi Heritage Jewellery
These are the forgotten treasures, found in the colonial by-lanes of Tiruvananthpuram. The poetic arenas of Lucknow, the antiquated nooks of Madurai & Coimbatore and the regal gullies of Jaipur. These classics were meticulously re-created by hand, at the Sabyasachi Art Foundation and put together by master craftsmen. ‘Heritage India’ is unabashedly true to itself.
Heritage jewellery is rich in Indian traditional designs. “It’s basically taking up the old design, motifs and creating new forms of jewellery. For instance, earlier plain gold was used but now, meenakari work etc are added to the jewellery pieces.” – Reema Jain, MD, Heritage Jewelers
Sabyasachi Vintage Jewellery
Born in the thick of culture & heritage, Temple Jewelry was the epitome of reverence to God. Engraved & molded in gold, ‘ Vintage India’ is offset with emeralds & rubies. ‘Traditional Gold’ jewelry, creates an air of auspiciousness pulsating life and telling tales of culture, heritage and valor.
Vintage or heritage jewellery typically stands for older time styles of jewellery making. The kinds our grandmothers have in their collection. Timeless vintage are a huge trendsetter these days where brides are flaunting their heirloom jewellery passed down generations. They make for a statement piece and our great conversation starters.
Now what do you do when you don’t have one of these timeless jewellery pieces in your collection? You go to Sabyasachi and pick up one of his designs from his vintage or heritage Sabyasachi Jewellery. It will have the same old time appeal but with a 2018 modern twist. It’s a great way to invest in real jewellery that is going to last you the next set of generations to come.
Sabyasachi Jewellery Price
Now depending on whether you opt for a whole lot of pearls, or diamonds, rubies, emeralds. The price of Sabyasachi jewellery will fluctuate based on design, cut, stone work and finally the designer tag. Nobody on the internet can release exact prices of these heritage jewellery.
It is sort of impossible given gold prices change as you might already know. Diamonds and other precious stones also have a different pricing based on cut, size, clarity and other factors. It is impossible to put a price tag that will be valid today and the same tomorrow.
Anushka Sharma Sabyasachi Jewellery Cost
Remember the time when Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli got married earlier this year? Well, their entire wedding honestly looked like a Sabyasachi ad campaign. Considering the couple were dressed head to tow in Sabyasachi for all of their wedding functions. The jewellery, the outfits, pretty much everything was one big cheque going to Sabyasachi.
Point being, there were a lot of speculations over how much did Anushka Sharma’s Sabyasachi jewellery cost. The one she wore to her Delhi reception with a red Banarasi saree. If sources are to be believed, that Sabyasachi Choker Jewellery price range cost a whopping INR 20-30 Lakhs for just that one piece. The same design can be seen in the picture above.
Sabyasachi Accessories Cost
Sabyasachi Black Gold Clutch Cost – INR 29,500 & INR 32,000
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Just to give you an idea, Sabyasachi clutches and accessories itself cost INR 30k plus. We are talking regular clutches that you normally buy to go with your sarees or lehengas. In Dilli Haat, you will probably get the dupes for INR 350 bucks each. But we are talking legit designer stuff. So you got to use your imagination and know that things are going to be astronomically expensive.
Sabyasachi jewellery included.