Monday, July 11, 2011

Silver Kundan Meena Necklace

When we talk about Indian jewellery we usually miss out on Kundan and Meenkari jewellery. As many people in India usually buy jewellery for wedding purpose keeping in mind of buying plain gold heavy necklaces as it is more glittery and a good future investment, but forgetting the beauty and craftsmanship of Indian Kundan and Meenakari jewellery.

Since now gold has been increasing it has become difficult for the common man to buy jewellery for luxury and style purpose which has lead behind the art and beauty of our Kundan meena jewellery. We at Girdharil Lal Co thought of bringing back the blast from the past as we have got this beautiful piece of necklace similar to Kundan jewellery at a reasonable price for you. This Necklace is made with Silver foil and real pearls, gold plating is done over it. Behind is the meena/enamel work done in green & red.

The making of Kundan jewellery started in the Mughal era around the 16th century in India as the kings too were found of wearing jewellery,they wanted a different kind of jewellery for their women, so the Indian craft's men created a new piece of art with their skills hands for their emperors.

Kundan jewellery is hand made with pure gold foil & stones which are embedded onto the wax such as diamonds,crystals,rubies and emeralds etc. Usually Meenkari work is done behind the jewellery piece. Meena work is the enamel mineral substance paint art work .The meenkari work on the jewellery is done in such a way that it gives an impression of studded stones. Meenkari work is done both in Gold and Silver jewellery. Silver meenakari jewellery has also become very popular in the recent times in Rajasthan and parts of Bihar.

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Saturday, June 4, 2011

Elephant Silver Bracelet

As we know the Elephant too is one of the best loved animals in the world. In India the Elephant has special importance as they too are worshipped as one of the deities. The Lord Ganesha is one of the most popular Hindu Gods in India. The most famous siddhivinayak temple is situated in Mumbai.

The Elephant is so popular in India that a symbol was also made as a mascot in the Asian games which were held in New Delhi in 1982. The symbol of the Elephant is also used by political parties as well.

Since it is a symbol of Indian culture we thought of showing you this beautiful piece of art in Silver jewellery, the two twin face Elephant Silver bracelet. For more details you may visit or website

Saturday, April 23, 2011

Turquoise Silver Earstuds

If you are a fond lover of colour blue or green, then your eyes can't miss this beautiful pair of Turquoise ear studs. Turquoise gemstone come in different shades, some are in sky blue colour and some are in sea green colour. We at Girdhari Lal Co have specially hand picked and crafted a beautiful pair of Turquoise ear studs in Sterling Silver having the combination of both colours green and blue with showing of its natural colour and shading.

This pair of ear studs seems to be enhancing your look, but did you know? The Turquoise stone was among the first gemstones to be mined in Egypt. It is also known as the protector stone. In ancient times the kings wore it to protect them from evil eye and negative energy. They also believed wearing the Turquoise stone in any part of the body, would give them good luck and help them gain energy at times of war.

As we all know anything in its natural form would benefit us in one way or the other. Now days Turquoise gemstone is well used for healing various kind of infections as it has positive properties. Wearing of this stone helps us in gaining back our positive energies within us naturally.

For Precautions of the gemstones look, just remember to avoid any kind of chemicals such as soap, perfume, alcohol etc. over it. Cleaning must be done only with plain soft cloth. Now why wait longer? Get your new stylish look and energies your body and mind naturally without doing a thing.For placing an order with us visit just visit our website or email us at

Saturday, August 7, 2010

Launch of the series – know your birthstone!

This month we thought we’d begin apprising you of your birthstones. Each month we’ll be posting an article on the birthstone of the month. Being the month of August, the lion’s been roaring down our alley! Not too surprisingly, we thought we’d begin our special series with the birthstone of the ‘Leo’ - Moonstone.

A Leo loves being the center of attention; a true one will have it no other way! Romantic, lavish, aggressive, naturally sexy and charismatic they just know how to charm their way through. Quite obviously they love the flattery and praise that comes their way – and why shouldn’t they – they’ve earned it, haven’t they?! But while most Leo’s deserve every ounce of the attention that comes their way, some are also known for their arrogance and insolence.

Incorrigible? We don’t think so! We recommend that the lion wear a moonstone – a stone known for its cooling properties that stimulates practicality, introspection and discernment. It strengthens creative intuition and improves general awareness and the ability to understand. The moonstone has a natural and soft shimmer which is accentuated in its almost milky consistency. Wearing the moonstone is sure to lend the fiery Leo the imperative balance that can glorify his/her persona.

Check this link to know your birthstone and to purchase through our store.

Wednesday, December 30, 2009


A pearl is a smooth lustrous structure inside the shell of an oyster, much valued as a jewel. Ever since the ancient Egyptians started creating pearl jewellery, pearls have become one of the highest regarded gemstone. Even today pearl still hold their value due to its beauty.Today most pearls are cultured pearls as the natural sea water pearls are rare and difficult to find.

Generally pearls colours are white, cream, yellow, pink, silver or black. A pearl can also have a secondary colour of overtone, which is seen when light gets reflected off the pearl surface.
The most sought-after pearl shape is Round, which is difficult to find. Round shape enjoys highest quality among all pearl shapes.
Pearls set in jewellery have a tendency to look round. Freshwater pearls can be found in different shapes such as oval,slightly off round or even in the shape of a rice.Girdhari Lal Co shows off the beauty of Fresh water pearls as it has a large variety in all shapes & colour.

Saturday, October 3, 2009

Gemstone Rings

Each Person has his or her own reason for wearing a gemstone. Some prefer to wear it as a fashion statement, some for health reasons, some for wealth reasons etc. There are various reasons for which people love to possess gemstones as per their desire.

Gemstones are beautiful as they are natures work of art, each one having its distinct values and personality. These natural gemstones may have inclusions or beauty marks as they come out from the stomach of mother earth. keeping in mind the demand for gems, Girdhari lal Co brings you these natural gemstone rings.


As we all have heard the Phrase a key to a man's heart is through his stomach. So we have made these little key earring for those who would love to show off that they have the key to their man's heart.

Sunday, August 17, 2008

"Om Namah Shivaya" bracelet

Its festival season here in India! 2 days back we had Raksha Bandhan... Also colloquially known as rakhi, this festival is about sisters praying for a long life filled with health and prosperity for their brothers. The day starts with traditional puja's followed by a ceremony wherein the sister starts with applying red kumkum mixed with water and rice grains to her brothers forehead, following it with an aarti from a small camphor lit flame. She then offers her brother some sweet delicacies and ties a sacred thread as a symbol of her prayers on to her brothers wrist. It also carries the promose from her brothers part, to protect and care for her always.

We at girdharilal uphold this spirit of love, and had a special Raksha Bandhan theme running in our store. Our designers specially designed beaded and sterling silver rakhi's. Every sister wishes par excellence for her brother. It goes without saying that we would provide her with a variety of designs in silver to match the purity of her love for her brother.

We would like to showcase one of our designs, that generated the most interest and sale... This is often known as a kada. A silver band worn by men on their wrists, it carries a sacred inscription in Hindi spelling 'OM NAMAH SHIVAYA'. It is a prayer dedicated to lord shiva that is believed to bring blessings and divine powers.

We also customise these inscriptions and can engrave an inscription of your choice as well. Do let us know what you think of the piece, and contact us for orders and customised requests.

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Beaded Pendant

Beaded Jewellery has become one of the hottest sellers nowadays.. And why shouldnt they! they look attractive and colourful and can beautifully enhance your attire. So I thought of showing you this lovely beaded pendant. It is made from a coral and a turquoise, a rare but befitting combination of colours... Or so we made it seem!

This piece resembles a bell. What gives it the ornate touch is the intricate carving done on the sides. This delicate silver carving.. meticulously contrasted by the natural oxidation of silver on its base lends the perfect balance between chunkiness and elegance. It can be worn with a silver chain or even with a thick black thread!

One of the interesting things about the red coral used in the pendant is that it is believed to serve as a good luck charm and is theorised to ward off evil spirits and bestow strength and vitality to its wearer. So not only will this piece help you get compliments... it may bring you lots of love and luck as well!