5 Silver Jewellery Labels to Bookmark for This Festive Season!

5 Silver Jewellery Labels to Bookmark for This Festive Season!

From the gold and agate ornaments during the Mohenjo-Daro and Harappa civilisations to the gem-stone studded royal jewellery adorned by the Rajputs and the Mughals, Indian women’s tryst with jewellery has always been an enchanting one. It has been a saga of defining one’s culture and persona. Engulfed by the ever-transitioning cycle of fashion, the jewellery connoisseurs have waved cheerio to the traditional gold jewellery and have found themselves vouching for silver jewellery that was once restricted to the tribal community.

Having climbed up the ladder slowly, silver jewellery has found itself everywhere – right from wedding trousseaus, festive favours and everything else in between, thanks to \ jewellery enthusiasts and Bollywood celebrity endorsements. While there is an admiration for the delicate silver chains and chunky silver jewellery among the young millennials, the ardent love for the artisanal Indian jewellery has never left.

With the beginning of celebratory season in India, its time you revisit your self-curated jewellery pandora box to update it with fine silver jewellery pieces that reflect the Indian craftsmanship. From intricately carved antique nose pins and chokers to temple jewellery inspired earrings and statement kadaas, Ciceroni recommends 5 notable silver jewellery brands in India that personify the heritage of India with a contemporary twist through their exquisite range of handcrafted silver jewellery.


Reviving the traditional jewellery making techniques like rava (granulation), jail (fret work) and meenakari (enamelling), Lai creates contemporary jewellery pieces like earrings, bracelets, necklaces, amulets and nosepins in ornate designs that speak of the architectural details of Indian havelis, modern art and international cultures.

If you are donning a minimalistic black and white linen zari saree, you can accessorize your look with the conversation starter Bidri dori necklace that is handcrafted in sterling silver by the master craftsmen who specialise in Bihar’s famous Bidri craft.

Fond of antiques? You must scroll through their collection of Talisman and amulets that reflects cultural references and eras (Victorian, Central Asian, Indian tribal) in the human history.


Portraying orginality, creativity, age old-traditions and respect for nature, Aadyaa works with pure elements to shape designs in jewellery that resonate with the universe, be it the motif of a flower, the rays of the sun, or just simple geometry transformed into a piece of art.

If your style quotient screams “unconventional” you will love Aadyaa’s collection of silver jewellery. Break the myth that silver jewellery can only be paired with traditional ensembles by pairing the subtle and bold with the statement brooches and chaandbaalis with your favourite maxi dress and sneakers this festive season!

Flying Fish

Founded by Nitika Bose in 2014, Flying Fish creates silver jewellery pieces that reflect a bit of whimsy and magic inspired by the everyday memories, stories and traditions. They borrow cultural and modern design elements to create unique pieces that aren’t just ornamental, but also utilitarian.

Round off your favourite festive kurta sets with the statement leaf earrings or add a touch of bling to your festive look with the pearl studded nath from the label’s nose pin range.

Maharani Baug

Have you always admired your grandmother’s vintage jewellery? Maharani Baug is an Instagram store that boasts of astounding collection of vintage silver jewellery pieces. From the chand tara earrings and the traditional anklets to handcrafted silver clutches, the online label will take you back to the memory lane.

Give ‘drama’ a shoutout this festive season by simply ornamenting your look with the statement-making and stylish silver clutch or the oversized Matsya Kada that traces the intricate detailing of fish scale.

Firdaus by Akshita

Akshita Arora’s Firdaus is a go-to label for premium exquisite jewels. Known for its minimalistic detailing, architectural forms and simplified geometric shapes, the label is often donned by Bollywood celebrities like Kareena Kapoor Khan, Sonam Kapoor, Swara Bhaskar and Soha Ali Khan.

Contemporary in design with a hint of tradition, you can keep your festive look clean and edgy at Diwali pooja with the eccentric Amoda necklace detailed with intricate peacock motifs. To add little quirk, go ahead and stack your fingers with the 3D rings by the label.

If you haven’t completed your festive shopping, be sure to keep this list handy to add exquisitely crafted jewellery pieces to your treasure chest!

Aishwarya Menon

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