Gold Plated Hasli Necklace Set

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Translation missing: en.products.product.price.regular_price Rs. 849.00
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Sales Package: 1 Hasli, Pair of Earring
Product SKU:
VIR1590
Theme:
Choker
Design: Hasli

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A gold-plated Hasli necklace set typically refers to a traditional Indian jewelry set consisting of a choker-style necklace called a "Hasli" and matching earrings or other accessories, all plated with gold. Here's a breakdown of each component:

  1. Hasli Necklace: The Hasli is a type of choker necklace that is usually rigid and sits close to the neck. It is a prominent piece in Indian jewelry, especially in regions like Rajasthan and Gujarat. The design can vary widely, from simple and elegant to intricately crafted with gemstones, enamel work, or filigree patterns.

  2. Gold Plating: Gold plating refers to a process where a thin layer of gold is electroplated onto a base metal, such as brass or copper. This gives the jewelry a gold-like appearance while keeping the cost lower compared to solid gold jewelry. The quality of the gold plating can vary depending on factors like the thickness of the gold layer and the base metal used.

  3. Necklace Set: A typical Hasli necklace set includes not just the Hasli itself but also matching earrings or other complementary pieces like a maang tikka (forehead ornament), bangles, or a bracelet. These pieces are designed to create a cohesive look when worn together.

When purchasing or describing a gold-plated Hasli necklace set, it's important to consider factors such as the quality of the gold plating (e.g., 18k gold plating, 24k gold plating), the craftsmanship of the Hasli and other pieces, any embellishments like gemstones or enamel work, and the overall design aesthetic (traditional, contemporary, fusion, etc.).

Such sets are often worn on special occasions like weddings, festivals, and cultural events, and they hold significant cultural and aesthetic value in Indian jewelry traditions.

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