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What is kundan jewelry :- Kundan jewelry is one of the oldest forms of jewelry making technique in India.Contrary to popular perception, Kundan jewelry isn’t really characterized by its stones and gems. Rather, Kundan refers to extremely refined gold that is rarely solid How is Kundan jewelry made:-Making of Kundan jewelry follows a very intricate process. It is a long process with each stage handled by a separate, skilled worker.It starts with beating of gold in a very thin sheet. This acts as the base for the jewelry. This sheet is then filled with lac, or laakh. Lac is a byproduct of tree sap and known to be a natural resin. It is in this lac that the stones or gems are set with a help of hot coal.In order to give the stones a strong grip on the metal, 24 carat melted gold is poured into the sides. This 24 carat gold is what is known as Kundan, and hence the name. Kundan is poured, or rather inserted in the holes with the help of a very small stick.Parallel to this process of setting the stones is the process of making the frame of the jewelry. Frame of the jewelry refers to whether it is being made as earrings, necklaces, pendants etc. Once the frame is made, it is then welded to the base with the help of gold.At the end of the whole process, the jewelry piece if then cleaned and washed to remove dark spots due to welding.Sometimes, to make the jewelry look even more intricate, Meenakari is done on it. Meenakari refers to the art of engraving on metal. Traditionally, Meenakari is done on gold only. However, in recent years, it is being done on metals such as copper etc. too. About Product :- Imitation Kundan jewelry – a budget friendly alternative"-With the price of gold touching the roof, not many people can afford to buy traditional Kundan jewelry. That’s what led to the rise of imitation Kundan jewelry. Special :- back side meenakari is done so it gives a look like real jewelry Special instructions:- special instructions for caring is save from water , humidity , perfume and powder. keep safe in air tight pouch wrapped in butter paper Packing:- this will be packed in butter paper then white paper surrounded by pouch , with bubble raped and then box packed.