Amrapali Jewels- Amrapali Silver Jewellery in Jaipur | Shopkhoj

Amrapali, Jaipur

Market :-

Products :- Jewellery  Gold & Diamond  

Days Closed :- Sunday

Timing :- 11:00 am to 8:00 pm

Phone :- 91-141-5118215, 5118216

Address :- Panch Batti, M.I.Road, Jaipur - 302001

Parking :- Available

Bus/Metro :- Sindhi Bus Stand

Payment Methods :- Cash and Card

Amrapali Silver Jewellery

The collections include traditional gold Jewellery in 22 k and 18 k, silver Jewellery and silver gift articles. The designs are varied and are inspired by Mughal, Victorian and other traditional Jewellery motifs. There is a selection of contemporary Jewellery as well. They are all handcrafted in house. Emeralds, rubies, turquoise and diamond sets, Polki (uncut diamond), Kundan (glass) and Minakari (enameling) work are all available.

They are probably the only designers in India to be mentioned in the Harper’s Bazaar magazine. Shop for necklaces, bracelets, earrings and rings. Look out for classic Indian antique Jewellery including amulets, pendants and rings and do not miss the elegant spread of gifts including candles stands, photo frames and pen stands.

Heavy silver pendants and gold plated Jewellery are popular. It is indeed exciting to go shopping in Jaipur. The richness of Indian crafts and Jewellery designs is breathtaking.

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