Note: This item comes with a Screw and hinge so that you can open it up for easy wearing.
Introducing our exquisite 22 Karat Gold Kada with Uncut Diamonds - a mesmerizing set of 2 (1 pair) jewelry pieces that will add a touch of elegance and brilliance to any ensemble. Handcrafted in India by skilled artisans, these uncut diamond jewelry pieces are a true testament to the rich heritage of Indian craftsmanship.
At Totaram Jewelers, we take pride in offering you the finest quality jewelry that is made to perfection. Each piece is carefully designed and crafted to showcase the natural beauty of uncut diamonds, also known as Polki. These uncut diamonds are sourced from trusted suppliers, ensuring that you receive only the best.
One of the standout features of this 22 Karat Gold Kada is the inclusion of a screw and hinge mechanism, allowing for easy wearing and removal. No more struggling to put on your jewelry, as this thoughtful design element ensures a hassle-free experience.
Crafted with 22 Karat Gold, this Kada exudes a timeless appeal. The bangle width of 8.900 mm adds to its substantial presence on the wrist, making it a statement piece that demands attention. The gold's purity ensures its lasting beauty, while the 2-5/16 bangle size ensures a comfortable fit for most wrists.
The highlight of this stunning Kada is the Chakri uncut diamonds. Known for their unmatched sparkle and allure, these Chakri uncut diamonds weigh a total of 10.290 carats, making
22K Gold Kada with Uncut Diamonds - Set of 2 (1 Pair )
Uncut Diamond Information
A: If there is any round shape bangle that fits you properly, just take that bangle, use a scale/ruler/ and measure the diameter of the circle in inches as shown in the picture above. The standard bangle size is 2-4/16 inches (2.25 inches). Bangle sizes are usually in the range of 2.0 inches - 3.0 inches. Please do NOT use a measuring tape as they are not accurate enough.
Before you take the measurement using a scale/ruler, please take a moment to look at the scale/ruler and see how many divisions are there on the scale/ruler. You can do this by counting the number of lines or divisions between any one inch. Some scales/rulers will have 8 or 10 or 16 lines (divisions/markings). If the scales/rulers has 8 or 10 lines (divisions/markings) between any one inch, it is NOT very accurate and its not recommended to use this. Try to find a scale/ruler that has 16 lines (divisions/markings) between any one inch, this is the most accurate one.
When you take the measurement, say for example it comes to 2 inches and 4 lines or divisions, then the bangle size would be 2-4/10 inches (if the ruler has 10 lines or divisions between any one inch) which will make the bangle size 2.40 inches (do NOT confuse this with INDIA bangle size of 2-4 or 2-4 anna, that is a completely different size, please read the question below this for information on that) or if the scale/ruler has 16 lines or divisions, and when you measure it comes to 2 inches and 4 lines, then the bangle size will be 2-4/16 or 2.25 inches - this is the same as India bangle size 2-4 or 2-4 anna
Lastly, if you have any confusion in figuring out the bangle size, please take a bangle that fits you properly, keep a pen or a pencil and a sheet of paper along with a scale/ruler and call us, we can be over the phone with you to instruct you and help you figure out the correct and exact bangle size.
Q: Is the bangle size when measured using the instructions above the same as the bangle size as specified or used in India?
A: Answer is Yes and NO. In India, bangle sizes are measured in 1/16th of an inch, so if you measure the diameter of the bangle using the instructions above and if that size come to say for example 2.25 inches, then that size is called size 2-4 or 2-4/16 or 2-4 anna in India. Size 2-4/16 is the same as size 2.25 inches, please do not confuse India bangle size of 2-2 or 2-2 anna or 2-2/16 with size 2.25 inches, these are two completely different bangle sizes
Q: Can I put a string or thread around my wrist and figure out the bangle size?
A: NO, this is the most inaccurate way to measure the bangle size, you can be 90% sure that the bangle you will receive if you do this will NOT be of the right size.