Once you recognize the value of what you’re getting. Kushal’s Fashion Jewellery gives you the best for very little. One of the biggest plus points of fashion jewellery is how it snugly fits into everyone’s approximate budget.
There are certain basics that one should keep in mind when it comes to the pricing. To begin with the quality of the material is an important determinant; prices vary depending on the material used for base-pure silver base is more expensive when compared to a copper alloy or any other cheap metal.
Design is a vital prerequisite to the price as well. The more complicated and contemporary the design is, needless to say, the price also increases. Classic gold plated designs are on the less expensive range, while hot favorites like Victorian designs, Polki, patwa work climb higher and higher. Infact all the kundan and Victorian designs go through micro goldplating, and in many cases, a double micro gold plating process that allows for durability and great value for money.
You also find the hottest new trend in the form of cubic zircons stones that are set in unique ways at this stone. Also, if you take into consideration the binding process, whether the gems are struck on with hot glue or whether they are locked on all four quarters in a sort of claw setting, the stone jewel piece has longevity and style.
Fashion jewellery in stones are priced higher than those bought while street shopping for the simple reason of quality and difference in material. Jewellery sold on the footpath utilizes a lot of glass, beads, wood, string, and cheap metal. Although they are easy to procure and very cheap, the guarantee of durability and of the piece lasting for longer than six months is quite doubtful.
At Kushal’s, you can expect a high standard in quality; so much so that you can carry off even imitation jewellery with such elan, it will appear like the original. In terms of price points, they are extremely pocket friendly when you compare an original gold kundan worked neckpiece to one that you find here, in the range of Rs 4,000 only. Payals with kundan fall roughly within the range of Rs 1,000 upwards; ornately crafted bangles with imitation rubies and emeralds are around Rs 1,500 a pair. Marcasite earrings and definitive silver jewellery for the young begin at Rs 350-400 for a pair. The elaborate heavy kundan sets, ideal for grand festivities, cost anywhere between Rs 5000 and upwards.