Upgrade your jewellery collection with stunning and unique pieces from these online brands. We're sure you'll find something that you like.
From Chokers To Payal: Hit Up These Online Brands For All Your Jewellery Needs
Sujoy Prosad Fashion Accessories
This brand's stunning range of eco-friendly, ceramic and kantha accessories inspired by human experiences has our heart. They've beautifully imbibed human experiences, traditions, culture and daily life activities in their jewellery pieces. You’ll find rings, neck pieces, earrings and bands, all handmade by Ira Sengupta (ceramics and kantha) and Swastika Bhowmik (molten clay) from Shantiniketan. Best part? These are gender fluid! The brand uses pure ceramic, molten clay, mixed media and kantha to make these beautiful pieces.
Eina Ahluwalia's jewellery pieces are intricately handcrafted by her team of master craftsmen and, we have to say, the designs are beautiful and unique. Her jewellery is a reflection of her social activism with themes revolving around feminism and spirituality. They give out strong messages in a beautiful way, which is why we love her creations even more. Necklaces, pendants, bangles, earrings, cufflinks, bracelets, danglers - the brand boasts of it all.
The Jewellery Dada
Broke but want to shop? Hit up The Jewellery Dada for oxidised jewellery at dirt cheap prices! They've got German silver and brass jewellery in quite unique designs. Get your hands on oxidised earrings, rings, nose pins, bracelets, neckpieces, kadas, anklets and maangtikas - all of it manufactured in Rajasthan, West Bengal and Mumbai. Prices start as low as INR 12 and go up to max INR 199 (we are not kidding!).
From handcrafted beads and charm earrings to thread pendants to silver statement necklaces, Rangili has a diverse range of jewellery for everyone. Besides silver chokers and Afghani jewellery, they do handcrafted ones as well made out of wood, stone-dust, metal, ceramic, leather, upcycled cardboard pieces and clothes. They source their products directly from small scale artisans, tribal communities and art students too! Best part? They believe in fair trade. The jewellery will reach you in small cane boxes or gamcha pouches.
This Kolkata-based brand's unique jewellery designs are a celebration of womanhood. This piece called The Last Breathe inspired by a tattoo that speaks of a mother's love for her lost child. Take a close look and you'll see a baby attached to the mother's womb. There's another called The Vulva that, like the name suggests, is in the shape of the vulva. It aims to break the taboo surrounding female genitalia. All of it is handmade by a local artisan in Kolkata. The pieces are mainly made of copper and cost no more than INR 1,000. Best part? The earrings are packaged in puchka bowls made out of leaves!
Get your hands on handmade jewellery in copper, brass and silver. Owner Monalisha's collection is a combination of statement and minimal pieces dominated by semi-precious stones and glass beads. We couldn't take our eyes off a silver earring made with a 5-paisa coin. The range has a very artistic and vintage-y feel to it thanks to Monalisha's love for collecting old jewellery from across India.
- Upwards: ₹ 850
NEst By Arpit Agarwal
Get a glimpse of the beautiful Northeast with this brand's range of stunning jewellery pieces that reflect the immense rich heritage of region, its diverse wildlife, flora, fauna and its colorful people. Get your hands on beautiful jewellery pieces and enamel lapel pins made in metal with hard enamel. We particularly loved the 'Kopou' earrings, named after the state flower of Assam. Their jewellery pieces are all made in 925 Sterling silver and 18KT (Gold) rhodium plated with semi-precious stones.
- Upwards: ₹ 299
- Available Online
Kira The Label makes timeless and boldly minimalist pieces that you can wear on a daily basis. The brand boasts of different collections like Crumples, Effloresce, Fluid and Textures that you can pick depending on your mood and attire. Chokers, double drops, square earrings, rings and hoops, necklaces - Kira has it all. Starting at INR 2,500, we definitely think each piece will be a great addition to your wardrobe.
Cocktail chokers, Turkmen necklaces, pebble rings, Tahir has handcrafted signature pieces that are edgy, bold and packs a whole lotta drama to stand out in the crowd. The brand boasts of an incredible range of costume jewellery inspired by different cultures and trends. Strikingly distinct and uncommon, no two of Tahir's pieces will look alike. Featuring chunky, beaded necklaces to sleek chokers, traditional gaudy bridal sets to antique silver cuffs and anklets - you'll for sure find something unique to amp your OOTD look.
Get your hands on earrings and long neck pieces made in crochet and cloth cotton, at Kundalini. The collection also has a lot of oxidised jewellery and designs that are a combination of fabric, crochet, metal and oxidised options. All of it is designed by the owner herself and handmade by women in the rural areas of Bengal, providing them with employment opportunities as well. And guess what? These are super affordable too! Prices for earrings start at INR 200 whereas neck pieces start at INR 250.