Necklace with uncut Diamonds

87.2 Grams

A Contemporary Jadau Uncut Diamond, Ruby And Enamel Necklace. Triangular and kite-shaped table-cut diamonds, multi-faceted and rose-cut diamonds, enamel on front and back set in gold. A curated collection from the House of Gazdar.

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A glass-like paste in its raw state, enamel is made of fluorite and silicate. There are several types of enamel used in India - mulaim meena (soft enamel), sakht meena (hard enamel), and khula meena (transparent enamel). Today, raw enamel is manufactured in Jaipur and Kolkata. The quintessential motifs of the meenakar (enameller) were derived from the sun, the moon, animals, and flowers such as roses, poppies, chrysanthemums, and the lotus.


Jadau derives its name from the colloquial term ‘jad’ (which means to embed) and is widely used in kundan, polki and meenakari jewellery. Introduced in India by the Mughals, it is a technique of jewellery-making where precious gemstones like uncut diamonds, pearls, emeralds, and rubies are embedded into gold.

Table-cut diamond

table-cut diamond has a top flat resembling an ordinary table. These diamonds date back to the 16th century but were most utilized from the 17th through the earlier 18th century.

Rose-cut diamond

A Rose-cut diamond resembles the shape of a rosebud with a flat base being one of its main features. 


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