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Mahadevi

Named after Late Rai Bahadur Champalal Ji’s wife, the range is aristocratic just like her. Mahadeviji was lauded for her opulent taste, with a fondness for gold zari silk saris, and magnificent jewels which she personally designed. She treated dressing up as an art form. We have recreated her grandeur with sizeable far polki (big-size diamond) sets with statement embellishments including sheesh pattis, tikka spruced with Zambian emeralds, bajuband, kadas, bangdis and hathphools.

Radha Rani

The next generation saw Radha Rani, Late GaneshiLal Ji’s wife, whose style was synonymous with timeless elegance. Her warm soul and charming demeanour were complemented by wispy chiffon saris and minimal jewellery. This line retains her signature old-world-charm with back-to-basic designs, inspired by the Raniwala haveli. You will find the generous use of pearls in the flat-cut tikkas, bajuband, kadas, bangdas and hathphools.

Chandrakanta

Chandrakanta, Sushil Ji’s wife, was renowned for her forward-thinking outlook. She balanced her customs with modernity; just like this line of ethno-contemporary jewels that boast a young-yet-rooted sensibility. We have employed navratna gemstones and coloured stones to infuse a youthful spirit to the collection. You will find sheesh pattis, navratan kathi necklaces layered with pearl strings, kadas, bangdis and hathphools.

Anaira

Rooted in tradition, embraced by the contemporary, her persona is an all-encompassing embodiment of the past and present. She’s the child of the zeitgeist, a millennial by nature, a connoisseur of tasteful aesthetic. Raniwala 1881 pays homage to the woman of our times through this exquisitely hand-crafted collection of jadau heirlooms. Breaking the boundaries of bridal jewellery, Anaira calls out to all women who crave quality, beauty and originality, encouraging this tribe to wear pieces with effortless abandon, in sync with their own individualistic style.

Brides by Raniwala 1881

Handcrafted in 18k gold, the collection plays on colours and shapes, embedded with flat-cut polki diamond, precious Russion and Zambian emeralds, rubies, blue sapphires, pink tourmalines and South Sea pearls. Set in the intricate jadau and meenakari techniques that can take upto 400 man hours for every piece, the ‘Brides’ collection exudes contemporary luxury with the ancient exquisiteness of Rajasthani craftsmanship.