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Meenakari Jewellery

Pink Petal Meenakari Drop Earrings

₹700
A petal shape meenakari silver drop with red floral enamel work on it. Tiny yet eye-catching, these earrings are definitely something you must own.

Chakra Pearl Checkered Studs

₹1,000
A funky pair of pearl studs with black and white enamel. Wear it with a white shirt to office and you're sure to make heads turn

Dholak Blue Enamel Drop Earrings

₹1,100
A lovely sea blue dholak enamel drop earring thats perfect to wear this summer.

Dholak Yellow Drop Earrings

₹1,100
A lovely yellow drop earring in a dholak shape for the fun side in you

Chakra Checkered Enamel Stud Earrings

₹850
A funky pair of studs with black and white enamel like a chess board. Wear it with a white shirt to office and you're sure to make heads turn

Chakra Floral Disc Stud Earrings

₹850
A funky pair of studs with floral maroon and black enamel giving it a contemporary look. Wear it with a black dress or top for an evening out and look stunning

Harsh Meenakari Maroon Jhumkas

₹1,600
A pretty meenakari floral jhumki in dark maroon and yellow enamel work in an abstract design. Truly special, these jhumkis are an all time favourite at MirrorWhite

Chakra Floral Disc Studs

₹850
A funky pair of studs with floral blue and white enamel giving it a nice elegant look. Wear it with a pastel colour dress and you're sure to make heads turn

Jharna Disc Floral Drop Earrings

₹1,000
Disc shaped floral earrings with yellow and blue enamel work. Simple and evergreen, these earrings are perfect to wear on a hot summer day

Pari Square Green Stud Earrings

₹700
Lovely criss cross enamel studs in green and dark brown for a funky look. Wear it with your western wear to office or an evening out to look classy

Pari Enamel Square Studs

₹700
Lovely criss cross enamel studs in sea and dark blue for a funky look. Wear it with your western wear to office or an evening out to look classy

Meenakari Jewellery Online

Every woman should have a few Meenakari jewellery pieces in her closet to match all her ethnic wear.

Meenakari Jewellery has its own traditional, magnetic design that’s unmatched elsewhere. The Meenakari embellishments are usually dramatic, colourful and traditional in nature. The designs are absolutely breathtaking with its rich culture and history. Meenakari Jewellery has been the most sought-after forms of jewellery to monarchs and kings, centuries back. Journeying through a long history of cultural legacy, this form of jewellery’s detailing art and ancient technique continues to appeal to the modern women.

MirrorWhite.in offers an exclusive range of Meenakari Jewellery online – Meenakari necklace sets & Meenakari earrings. You’ll find pendant sets such as Peacock in a garden pendant set, Green pearl sun pendant set & Black enamel necklace set. Some of the pretty Meenakari earrings are Harsh meenakari floral jhumka, Dil black beauty drops, Chakra pearl checkered studs & Nivi enamel long drops. Buy Meenakari Necklace and Earrings at MirrorWhite.in which go well with festive lehengas and party sarees.

1. What is Meenakari Jewellery?

Mina is the feminine form of Minoo in Persian, meaning heaven. Mina refers to the azure colour of heaven or sky. The Iranian craftsmen of Sasanied era invented this art and Mongols spread it to India and other countries. Minakari is the art of painting, colouring and ornamenting the surface of metals by fusing brilliant colours.

Meenakari Jewellery is enameled and engraved jewellery. The engraving can be done on a variety of metals such as gold, silver, brass & copper. Meenakari is a fine craft in which the metal surface is chiseled into shapes and enamel painted with different colours. The jewellery accentuates the impression similar to a flower or animal or bird. So, the idea behind meenakari Jewellery is to beautifully express various themes and occasions and give an elegant look to it. Theme is one of the most praised features of this technique which distinguishes it from other forms of jewellery.

2. What makes Meenakari Jewellery designs special?

Here are a few reasons why Meenakari Jewellery must occupy a prime space in your jewellery box.

  • The nature-based themes/motifs that are depicted in meenakari jewellery in the form of flowers and animals such as peacocks, elephants, parrots, etc
  • Interestingly, they had their origins in architecture during the Mughal era and was first introduced in Rajasthan
  • This skilful art is practiced only within the family and rarely passed onto someone outside the family
  • In the making of jewellery designs, minerals such as copper and cobalt are moulded to give it a colourful look
  • Long ago, meenakari jewellery was used as a “back design” on traditional polki jewellery and later became a “design of its own” which is now all the rage
  • The more intricate the design, the more it is a sought after piece