Bangles mean an ornament worn by females on the wrist. It is popular all over the world and available in different colors. It’s a jewel which is worn by women of all ages in India, even bangles represent the richness of Indian heritage due to its unique design and molding in multiple metals. Bangles are called by different names and these are formed in varieties in every corner of the world. According to past tradition, these were worn after marriage as these signify matrimony, but now it’s being worn by all ages as a part of fashion. The bangles are circular in shape and these are crafted in precious, even as non-precious metals. The metals such as gold, and silver are a common one in which mainly bangles crafted, but now people are also turning towards platinum and white gold. Bangles are also crafted in glass, wood, plastic, and ferrous metals as a part of traditional jewellery. The females prefer to wear the bangles in pairs as one or more in number on each arm. In Indian culture women either wear bangles crafted in gold or glass and sometimes a combination of both.
The traditional bangles are formed of glass and even plastic. The glass bangles are a preferred one ornament to be worn on traditional occasions such as marriages and festivals. The designs in which bangles are crafted usually range from simple to intricate handmade designs. The bangles crafted in different materials are often studded with precious and semi-precious stones. The precious bangles are studded with diamonds, gems, and pearls. The expensive and inexpensive bangles make a jingling sound, whereas the imitated bangles tend to make a tinny sound when jingled.
Traditional bangles are unique hand accessories as nothing can beat the colorful ethnic appeal of shiny bangles. A strong spiritual significance of bangles is considered by Chandukaka Saraf & Sons Pvt. Ltd. and they know the importance of auspicious accessories. The bangles are considered as auspicious in certain traditional forms and colors play a mandatory role at weddings, festivals and religious ceremonies. The jewellers prefer to craft bangles according to the comfort and affordability of the customers. The women of Indian society’s desire to have a smooth yet strong material to wear daily, so they prefer to make it in silver and gold as they consider the bangles as an investment. The most of the designs of bangles are influenced by traditional jewels such as kundan, polki, and thewa. The exquisite designs are formed in detail with a metallic tint. The kundan has a variation of colors and most of the designs in it are inspired from nature. Whereas, the polki and thewa are more of a traditional look with that these designs are enhanced with pearls.
Earlier the crafters were not very innovative, but now due to demand they have started using different material which includes colorful beads, and shining rhinestones with that pearls are added to make the creations elegant. CS Jewellers have a beautiful range of bangles for young girls, which they have selected from a wide range, they have kept in mind the safety of the children for sure. Many women prefer to buy affordable bangles which can match with their variety of outfits as they desire to diversify their wardrobe without spending too much. The collection of bangles is selected on two different concepts, first of the affordability as the people want to have a variety of products in their wardrobe. Second is designing, the women of present scenario, demand to have a sleek yet stylish designs of bangles which could make their attires and even maintain a traditional look as well.