Love Baubles? Check Out This List Of Top Places In Chennai Where You Can Score Jewellery For Any Occasion
From handmade jewellery to nine-to-nine trinkets and baubles, ladies! Here’s your guide to bagging any and all kinds of jewellery in Chennai.
An online label, Recherché offers an extensive collection of jewellery at budget prices. From studs and matte finish earrings to long dusters, meenakari jhumkas and chaandbalis and kundan tear drops, they have it all. We particularly loved the oxidized jewellery here that comes with a contemporary touch and starts from INR 300.
The Trinket Shop
Offering only one piece in every design, The Trinket Shop makes sure no one steals your thunder at any occasion. Featuring customized jewellery made with German silver, chipped stones, and mirrors, you’d find it hard to pick just one item for your cart. Starting INR 150, you can pick from an array of jhumkas, chokers and necklaces here.
Plushh by Prathi
A Chennai-based online jewellery label, Plushh by Prathi offers an alluring mix of trendy, ethnic jewellery suitable for all pockets and occasions. From jhumkas and kadas to chokers, maang tikkas and statement nose pins, you can totally rock any festive look with their stuff.
Started by Peenal Jain, Zahana is a one-stop jewellery shop, offering both casual and ethnic imitation jewellery spread across seven collections. From real-looking kundans to long pearly necklaces, matt finish earrings to nine to nine statement jewellery, body and hand chains to delicate bracelets, Zahana has it all, that too at affordable prices.
The Fashion Gallery
A basement store in Purusawakkam, The Fashion Gallery can make you look fabulous with its accessories without burning a whole in your pocket. From danglers and embellished stone earrings to metallic handcuffs and contemporary necklaces, you can find them all here, starting just INR 100. They even have an extensive collection of bangles, hair jewels and bridal necklaces.
From ethnic jhumkis, studs and chaandbaalis to contemporary hoops, baubles and rings, Chennai-based Entrige is an online jewellery label offering fashionable jewellery at budget prices. We particularly loved their chaandbaalis and meenakari jhumkas that come in an array of colours. They also have lovely hand-harnesses and rings at great prices.
Looking for something aesthetic and unique? Then, you’ve got to check out Tvesha- an initiative of a mother-daughter duo, this label sells exquisite handmade wooden jewellery starting just INR 50. That’s right! They also have crochet earrings, pendants and hand-painted jhumkas, oxidized and beaded necklaces with stone, metal and glass detailing.
Specializing in kemp and kundan jewellery, Jaya’s Handiworks can add a touch of royalty to your jewellery game. From detachable necklaces and chokers to long chains, jhumkas, nose pins and jimikki maatals, you can find all sorts of ethnic jewellery here, with studs starting from just INR 150.
A plush jewellery boutique in Chetpet, Gehna offers exquisite designs in authentic silver and gold-plated jewellery. Light-weight, timeless and one-of-a-kind, you can find all kinds of contemporary and ethnic earrings and rings here. Gehna also has an extensive collection of rare stones and gems like kundan, basra pearls, opals, moonstones and tourmaline adorning its jewellery which starts from INR 800.
Aurea by Niyati A Mehta
With designs and patterns inspired by the work of artisans from across the world, Aurea by Niyati A Mehta offers an exciting mix of contemporary semi-precious jewellery. A bit on the expensive side, the jewellery here starts from INR 1000 and includes statement earrings, rings, bracelets, and neckpieces.