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Most stylish jewelled chokers that will turn heads at your wedding

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Jewelled chokers are ubiquitous for modern brides. Grand, eye-catching and intricate, this style of necklace has become a must-have item in every bride’s trousseau. Worn in a snug fit around the bottom half of the neck, the choker has both traditional and modern variations. This feminine aesthetic has been embraced by celebrities galore and has taken this style of necklace to megawatt status. Flawless metalwork, precious stones and innovative designs are the benchmark of the perfect jewelled choker.

From modern brides to those who love tradition, the jewelled choker is an essential acquisition for the discerning woman. We have listed a few of our absolute favourite chokers to get you inspired

  1. Kundan and enamel extravagance

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This jewelled choker has a highly innovative design that marries both enamel and kundan work, into one stunning creation The blush pink tones are juxtaposed next to the yellow gold of the metalwork. Delicate ruby beads and basra pearls create a fringe along the edge of this necklace, giving it a whimsical feel. The paisley motifs of the enamel are juxtaposed against the graphic format of the kundan work. This is a very unique and original design indeed.

2. Intricate kundan choker with a large central pendant

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This kundan choker has an intricate and delicate design but has a grand overall effect. The colour palette is accented with red accents that pay homage to the traditional wedding colour for a bride. The choker design extends into a larger circular pendant in the centre and is trimmed with a fringe of subtle basra pearls. The design of this necklace has a Rajasthani vibe and will surely make you a showstopper.

3. Rajasthani style kundan choker with intricate detailing

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If you love the jewellery of Rajasthan’s royal queens, then this is the creation for you. This choker features a highly detailed design that showcases different floral elements created in kundan work. This neckpiece is very luxurious and crafted in a traditional design. This piece is evergreen and will also match modern bridal aesthetics. The choker is highlighted with three pendants that feature bold floral designs with a pearl fringe. This piece is sure to become a family heirloom.

4. Graphic polki and enamel gulubandh with carved ruby beads

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This gulubandh neckpiece sits on the collar bone of the wearer and is a dream for any millennial bride. A very graphic design is combined with the best of traditional Indian jewellery craftsmanship. Triangular motifs create an eye-catching effect, while the polki diamonds stand out against the sky blue of the enamel’s colour palette. A high contrast effect is achieved with the deep pink of the large ruby beads fringed with basra pearls. This is a bold and versatile jewelled gulubandh.

5. Kundan and enamel choker in a radiating collar design

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The design of this choker is very clever as it creates the optical effect of many necklaces layered together. The first three rows feature kundan work, leading into three rows of red enamel work and finally another row of kundan, fringed with intense blue sapphire beads. This choker looks incredibly glamorous and ostentatious. It is truly a luxe acquisition for a bride!

A choker necklace is a good investment because it is a highly versatile jewelled accessory. It can be worn with several outfits and you will find many opportunities even after the wedding, to showcase it. So, go on and find the perfect one for you!

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