Jadau Jewelry owes its name to the exquisite craftsmanship that was brought by the Mughals and now forms a rich heritage of India. Jadau is primarily an engraved jewellery work. Mughal style jewelry has become popular in India recently featuring uncut diamonds termed "Polki" or “Vilandi” (which originally referred to a style of cleaving diamonds). The diamonds used in modern polki jewelry are low gradeand do not have much investment value, even though polki jewelry can be expensive. The diamonds are backed by silver foil to allow light to reflect. The kundan jewelry in India uses the same style, but it uses glass instead of diamonds.
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