We have heard of it, seen it, read about it, admired it and dreamt of owning an exquisite one of our own. But the various facets of the unfaceted polki are still in a shroud for most jewelery lovers.
The brilliance of the cut diamonds not withstanding, uncut diamonds have a charm of their own that comes to life when teamed with the right kind of stones and metals.
The world took notice of the Indian uncut diamonds or polki and its gorgeous form of jewelery when Rani Mukherjee displayed some stunners in Paheli and Aishwarya Rai in Jodha Akbar.
The jewelery is trendy yet with an elegant feel to it making it perfect for the brides. Pakistani bridal scene is very well flooded with this jewelery even with imitation pieces of polki.
Go ahead to select you favorite one from the collection of designs posted here.
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