Color - LCT
Polish - Antique Gold - Mehndi
Base Metal - Copper
Main Stone - Synthetic stones & Pearl
Set Type - Pair
Weight (gms) - 112
Length - 11 Inch
Style - Traditional
Anklet Closure Type - S hook closure
Apart from bangles, maang tikka, earrings, and necklace, Anklet (Payal) (traditionally called as Pajeb) is yet another important and unmissable adornment for most Indian brides. These quaint foot ornaments hold significant traditional value and are a key part of the quintessential 16 adornments (Solah Shringar). Besides the traditional essence, these foot jewellery pieces amp up the mehendi-laden feet of the bride like nothing else. In fact, Bridal Payal or anklets inject that old-world charm to the wedding day outfit that enhances the overall look by manifolds.
Brides can choose their wedding day Designer Anklet (Payal) with intricate of pearls work or the ones embellished with jewels and gobs of ghunghroos (bells) - there is a vast variety of mesmerizing Payal designs for brides. So, to make your jewellery shopping online indai easier, here we bring you some of the most beautiful traditional Anklet (Payal) designs we spotted off late. After all, it is always better to have a basic know-how of trending designs so that you make a chic and modish choice.