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Sabyasachi Jewellery: The Latest Designs, Collections You Must See and More

What's better than being a Sabyasachi bride and donning one of his creations for your big day? Topping it up with a bridal jewellery set from the grand master to go along with it. We delve into the Sabyasachi jewellery collection.

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Over the years, a Sabyasachi ensemble has been a dream for most brides' big day in India. His play with handlooms gives each bride an individual identity with an elegant, yet strong statement. What was missing, however, were equally powerful bridal jewellery sets that complemented the graceful outfits. Bridal jewellery is not simply ornamenting a bride-to-be. Rather, it is her family,s legacy, an heirloom that gets passed down from one generation tot he next. And, that is exactly the vibe that Sabyasachi Jewellery exhumes. It is what royalty looks like, intricate cutwork and crafty designs, this is the USP of Sabyasachi Jewellery.

This desire was fulfilled in 2017 when Sabyasachi Mukherjee launched his first bridal jewellery collection. With intricate designs and brilliant art-work carefully carved by hand, Sabyasachi Jewellery has been an inspiration for many brides. He weaves his magic and brings forth a spellbinding collection of regal jewellery with an unparalleled craft that fits even the royalty. Sabyasachi Jewellery embraces timeless pieces of art that are way beyond fashion and trends. These classic pieces are all the rage this season and you cannot you just one. Let's dive into his collection and look at some bespoke jewellery pieces which will breathe life into your bridal avatar. 

Types of jewellery

1. Fine Jewellery

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Sabyasachi’s fine jewellery collection speaks for itself. It is inspired by the Victorian era’s designs and style of jewellery and is studded with diamonds, rubies, and emeralds carrying a brilliant sparkle and aesthetic. This necklace looks glamorous but simple at the same time. The combination of diamonds and emerald is just spot on. 

2. Heritage Jewellery

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Sabyasachi's heritage jewellery segment showcases his passion for art and craft that is deep-seated in every corner of our country. The pieces, which can easily become heirlooms for the future generations, are artistic interpretations with a memory of India’s rich cultural history hidden in each of them.

3. Vintage India

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The Vintage India collection takes a part of Indian tradition and culture and encrusts it with colour. With Temple Jewellery as its inspiration, ‘Vintage India’ has motifs of Gods and Goddesses made with the finest gold, embedded with emeralds and rubies.

4. Jadau

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Originating in the Mughal era, Jadau Jewellery uses a complex setting method known as Kundan to set coloured gemstones and uncut diamonds in a bed of fine gold. Sabyasachi’s Jadau jewellery collection is an ode to this ancient craft. This Jadau piece is breathtaking and will add a rustic charm to your bridal look. 

5. Men’s Jewellery

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From the Maharajas to the warriors, jewellery had been an integral part of a man’s outfit in ancient India. It had been a symbol of status wealth and power. This tradition still carries its way to modern-day India. Sabyasachi Jewellery has a fine range of men’s jewellery which will add the perfect finishing touch to the groom’s outfit with a Kalgi or a Mala.

Inspirations from Sabyasachi Jewellery

Here are some stunning key pieces from Sabyasachi’s jewellery collection that are a must-have for every bride-to-be. Take a look and splurge your pockets on these rustic baubles. 

1. Multi-coloured Drop Earrings

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To add some colour and brightness to your bridal attire, a pair of multi-coloured drop earrings is a perfect choice. This versatile piece of jewellery will go well with any outfit. It can be adorned later as well, to complete your ethnic outfit for any occasion.

2. Stack of Kadas

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His collection includes intricate, engraved and embossed details handcrafted by the Karigars. Stacked together, these bangles with their minute details spread on a bed of gold, look even more breathtaking. This combination is sure to make you look and feel royal.

3. Chand Bali

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Adding the old-world charm is a delicate cluster of pearls that accentuate the classic Chand Bali. To complete this look, the master designer has incorporated uncut diamonds (Polki) for a mix of tradition with urban. This jewellery set is clearly not for the faint heart. It is overwhelming and completely mind-blowing. 

4. Choker Necklace

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Be it Temple Jewellery or classic motifs, choker necklaces are a highlight of Sabyasachi Jewellery. Embellished with pearls, Polki and gemstones like rubies and emeralds, the choker necklace selection at Sabyasachi Jewellery is a head turner. Even if you're the sister of the bride you can find some less heavy choker pieces and pair it up with a gorgeous sharara or perhaps a lehenga. 

5. Maang Tikka

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Multi-coloured and multi-layered Maang Tikka designs complemented by a classic and vintage Matha Patti flowing into the hair band of precious gemstones is one of the highlights of his collection. Sabyasachi Jewellery turns the minimal accessory into a show-stopper.

To sum up the collection in a nut-shell, Sabyasachi Jewellery offers a wide range of gorgeous designs in 22KT gold strung together with precious gemstones like rubies, sapphires, uncut diamond and emeralds, further accentuated with pearls and the finest Meenakari. If this jewellery collection doesn't melt your heart then we don't know what will. The perfect match for your Sabyasachi Jewellery is a Sabyasachi Bridal Lehenga. If you are in awe of the OTT  factor of Sabyasachi jewellery and want it to be the highlight of your look, then make sure you choose muted hues or subtle shades for your outfit and adorn a complementing makeup look with a hint of flush on your cheeks, glassy and glossy lips and warm eyes the glow. Simple, minimal and exquisite!

Tell us in the comments about your dream of wearing a Sabyasachi and in what colours and style.