When we talk about Punjabi jewellery, anyone can easily relate to polki, stone work and specifically jhumkis. Jhumki has always been the most sought after piece of jewellery in the Punjabi culture, just like many other cultures like Haryanavi, Kumauni, and U.P.
The mention of jhumka or jhumki will surely be a reminiscent of the popular Hindi song “jhumka gira re, Bareli ke bazaar me”. This stunning piece of jewellery has been a historic part of our culture and will always remain a significant style accessory.
Ethnic jhumki with ruby and polki from Maliram Jewellers is designed exclusively keeping the culture and latest trend- both in mind. With the traditional artwork of engraving on gold, scarcely used polki and a pear shaped ruby that hangs down from the jhumka is a delight to look at. The use of ruby makes this jhumki look more exquisite and suitable for ethnic occasions like a wedding. These jhumkis can also be worn by the bride along with a matching necklace to add oomph to her wedding attire.