How much do Polki and Kundan sets cost?

  • By Ridhima Arora
  • February 6, 2020
  • 3 minutes read

How much do polki and Kundan sets cost?


Getting that perfect wedding jewellery is not an easy task. We are all in love with the trending polki and kundan jewellery that completes the bridal look. But, you must have wondered how much does Polki and Kundan jewellery cost? Well, If you want to glam up your bridal look with all things regal and then you should definitely go for Polki and Kundan jewellery. What makes this jewellery more attractive is its elaborate meenakari and enamel work done in different colours. Plus, this kind of jewellery reflects the regal Mughal era adding that timeless charm to them. Sometimes, the jewellery is also adorned with uncut rubies, sapphires as well as emeralds that have redefined the bridal jewellery game.

Bur, first of all, you should be aware of how Polki and Kundan jewellery actually look together and what sets them apart?


So, here is a complete guide on how to distinguish them and how much do they cost.




Difference Between Polki And Kundan Jewellery?


We have already talked about the difference between them in our previous blog. But here is a bit summary about it.

Kundan jewellery is created with the help of glass stones such as emeralds, rubies and sapphires. These stones are then embellished upon the base which is usually gold. Because of the use of stones, this Kundan is way cheaper than Polki. On the other hand Polki jewellery is way expensive than Kundan because it is made of unfinished natural diamonds. They are basically the uncut form of diamonds which are used in its raw form without any lab processing.  It is also much shinier than Kundan jewellery.



How much do they cost?


If you are planning to go for a Polki choker necklace then it generally ranges around INR 4-15 lakhs, depending upon the design, number of stones as well as the labour. Whereas a Kundan set costs way cheaper than Polki and it costs nearly between INR 50,000 to 2 lakhs.

Also, go to trusted vendor or store while going shopping for bridal jewellery as they will help you understand its making as well as the design of the jewellery. Also, carry your lehenga’s dupatta or blouse to see whether polki goes with it or kundan jewellery.


Styling tip: You can go for a heavy choker or an elaborate neckpiece with a traditional bridal saree or a lehenga as it will look great when paired with them.



Also, read: Things to know about Diamond Jewellery



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