Peeps! Hit Up These City-Based Brands If You Love Afghan Jewellery

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    Can't get enough of Afghani jewellery? We feel you behen. They are stylish, elegant and timeless, which is why we've curated a list of brands that stock the best ones. Read on to know more.

    Ornaate

    Ornaate

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    A hidden gem located inside a house near Cafe Drifter in Hindustan Park, Ornaate stocks an amazing collection of Afghan jewellery. We absolutely love the chokers, chains, pendants and statement long neckpieces designed by Amartya Dutta, the owner, herself. Also, check out her range of Turkish belts that you can easily pair with a saree. Prices start at INR 800.

    ArteFact

    This brand's designs are simple yet stylish and elegant. Owned by Srijita and Mandrita Das, ArteFact stocks earrings, pendants, long neckpieces, chokers and bangles. They also do a mix of silver and Afghani styles. We spotted a pair of fish-shaped earrings and absolutely loved it! All of it is handcrafted by rural artisans across the country.

    Tahir

    Tahir

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    Add a touch of glam and drama to your OOTD with Tahir's bold and edgy jewellery. Get your hands on handcrafted necklaces, chokers, earrings, cuffs and anklets. Check out her silver Turkmeni danglers studded with precious stones as well as the vintage haath phool hand ornaments studded with precious stones and mirror work. Tahir also customises jewellery as per your liking.

    BongKraft Kolkata

    Afghan jewellery from this brand is definitely worth checking out. A lot of their pieces have Gothic influences and glass work done on them. We loved their collection of glass Afghan earrings. They also stock chokers, rings, chandbalis and neckpieces perfect for casual or occasion wear. Prices start at INR 550. They were earlier called Athena Accessories but now the name has changed to BongKraft Kolkata.

    Aador

    This city-based brand does both heavy and light weight chokers, long neckpieces, bangles, rings, kadas and earrings. We loved their antique Turkmen chokers and the Afghan jhumka cowrie neckpiece that'll go extremely well with a saree. A lot of their jewellery is also infused with rudraksh and ghungroo elements.