Enjoy a Great Mix of Traditional and Contemporary Ornaments at EPCH Jewelry Fair in India
New Delhi, 13 Feb 2018: The art of making beautiful and intricate ornaments is 5000 years old in India, and Indian artisans became the masters of handcrafted jewelries thousands of years ago. They have brought many changes over the years. The weighty traditional ornaments became lighter and the semi-precious stones replaced the expensive diamonds or other gemstones. The contemporary jewelry became lighter and more economic due to this reason. Export Promotion Council for Handicrafts (EPCH) supports this change and presents a diversified collection of handicraft ornaments through jewelry fair in India. It presents both traditional ornaments and contemporary costume jewelries to attract consumers from all over the world
The ornament designers of Rajasthan, West Bengal and South India are the masters of antique jewelries. These traditional gold ornaments have subdued looks and they carry the charm of yesteryears. The antique trinkets of Rajasthan are designed with uncut diamonds, gemstones or fresh-water pearls. The antique ornaments from West Bengal or South India have engraved designs on the gold body without any stone or ornamenting elements. The artisans of Rajasthan are also famous for the traditional Jadau ornaments with stone-studded designs. The artisans of Jammu and Kashmir are famous for beaded ornaments decorated with precious stones. The craftsmen of Uttar Pradesh and Orissa are famous for traditional or contemporary filigree work on the silver or gold jewelries. The ornament designers of West Bengal and Rajasthan also have reputation for stunning ‘Meenakari’ work. The EPCH encourages Indian wholesalers of handicrafts to bring this wide variety of traditional ornaments to its trade show 2018 like the previous years.
The costume jewelry won the hearts of millions of aficionados around the world due to their simple elegant designs, lighter structure and economic pricing. The craftsmen of West Bengal and Orissa are famous for jute trinkets with beads or other ornamenting elements. The artisans from tribal communities of Orissa, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh and Jharkhand are famous for Dhokra ornaments. The Indian manufacturers of giftsfrom the north-east India create exquisite cane/bamboo charms. The craftsmen from Rajasthan, Gujarat and South Indian states are known for their mastery on ivory or bone trinkets. The Indian suppliers of handicrafts bring a large collection of fashionable handcrafted jewels to IHGF fair of EPCH to increase the global recognition of these ornaments.
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