Kundan” is defined as the most refined gold in its purest form. It is considered as the most ancient jewelry making process in India. In India, during mughal destiny, this kundan meenakari work was flourished. In Rajasthan this work was also on the extreme. Mostly tribal people are included to make this jewelry in it. There are following steps in the making of kundan-meena jewelry in India -

  • Sourcing raw material and drafting the designs

  • heating metal at predefined temperature and pouring gold into moulded sheets

  • meenakari is performed on a lac stick

  • to make engraved designs on gold using steel and make designs of flowers, leaves and fishes

  • polishing the final piece by polishing motor  


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