Collection: Bangles

22 carat yellow gold bangles are cherished adornments that hold a profound cultural significance, particularly within the Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, and Sri Lankan communities residing in the UK. These bangles are renowned for their radiant, golden sheen and intricate designs, serving as a symbol of tradition, opulence, and timeless elegance. They are an integral part of women's jewellery collections and are highly sought after for various occasions. In Indian culture, gold bangles, often called "kangan" or "chudi," come in an array of styles and designs, ranging from sleek, minimalist pieces to ornate, intricately detailed ones.

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They are prized for their versatility, suitable for both everyday wear and special events. In Pakistani, Bangladeshi, and Sri Lankan traditions, gold bangles, known as "churi" or "kada," display unique regional influences. Pakistani gold bangles may feature exquisite filigree work, gemstone embellishments, or enamel detailing, reflecting the artistry of the region. Bangladeshi styles are celebrated for their craftsmanship and intricate patterns, often incorporating motifs inspired by local art and culture. Sri Lankan gold bangles are known for their intricate handcrafted designs and the use of coloured gemstones. Whether traditional or contemporary, 22 carat yellow gold bangles continue to be cherished symbols of heritage and grace, celebrating the rich diversity of South Asian cultures in the UK.