20+ Sabyasachi Jewellery Pieces That Are Perfect For Your Wedding Day

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Neha Garg Ahuja

Neha Garg Ahuja

Director, Content & Marketing I The Crimson Bride

From the latest trends to the hottest styles, she pens all things viral and trending collateral to weddings, allowing you to cherry pick the best ones that will add a special touch to your big day. 

When she’s not scrolling through the wedding inspirations or chatting with the brides, she’s off to exploring exotic locales with her husband, Sufi Ahuja. 
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Every girl has envisioned how her wedding day will be, how she will look, what she will wear, and what makes all this perfect is her overall bridal look with equally beautiful bridal jewellery.

Bridal adornments aren't just for ornamenting a bride-to-be, it is her family's inheritance, a treasure that gets go down from one age to the next. Furthermore, that is actually the vibe that Sabyasachi Jewelry uncovers. It is all about what eminence resembles that add royalty to the bridal look.

Sabyasachi Jewellery has been an inspiration for many brides and every Indian bride aspires to wear none other than Sabyasachi Mukherjee as it grasps immortal bits of craftsmanship that are totally trending throughout the wedding season. 

Have a look at some bespoke adornments jewellery collection of Sabyasachi which will take your heart away at first glance and enhance your bridal aura.

 

This multicolored jewellery piece is our favorite!

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Rani haar made of emeralds and a collar neck with multi-colored stones is loot-worthy. 

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Blue is the warmest colour.

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Keeping complex and age-old craftsmanship alive. An intricate bridal necklace in uncut diamonds, hand-woven with clusters of tiny Basra pearls. 

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A beautiful polki choker with pearl drops and rani hair.

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An uncut diamond necklace put together with Russian emeralds and pearls. 

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Beautiful collar necklace with colorful hanging pearls.

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A delicate kundan jadau neckpiece with hanging ghungroos.

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Heavy rani haar with a string of gold beads and a hanging pendant.

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An uncut diamond and emerald ‘teenmani’ choker crafted in 22 karat gold. 

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A collar neck and rani haar stringed with rubies and hanging emeralds. 

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Whiter shades of pale. 

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Multi-hued enameled jhumkas festooned with pearls and crystals

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Heavy kundan necklace with hanging ghungroos. 

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A classic kundan set with Hhnging pearls is what we love the most. 

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Multi-stringed polki rani haar with semi-precious gemstones.

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Traditional wedding jewellery with uncut diamonds and pearls from the Sabyasachi Heritage Jewelry Collection. 

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Fading marble courtyards and gathering moss inspire an exuberant necklace in Russian emeralds and uncut diamonds which sets the mood for vintage glamour with Mughal undertones. 

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An antique neckpiece with hanging emeralds and a pendant. 

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A heavy choker and rani haar with studded rubbies

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This multi-stringed pearl neckpiece with a precious stone studded pendant. 

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Heritage jewellery crafted out of uncut diamond in 22 karat gold. 

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An uncut diamond and yellow sapphire necklace with hand-carved peacocks in 22k gold. 

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An Intricately Delicate Rani Haar With Colorful Stones and Pearls

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Minimalistic choker with semi-precious stone is just love!

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An uncut diamond ‘Navratan’ set crafted in 22 karat gold. 

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