Block of Aluminum alloy before melting.
Vessel (kadhai) on stove used to melt metal alloys.
Imitation jewelry machine where metal alloy is casted to jewelry designs.
Rubber molds with jewelry design.
Screw driver, slotted spoon to stir the alloy wen melting, hammer and a ladle to pour melted alloy to casting machine.
Black thick thread that holds colorful beads and pendants together to make neckpieces, kamar bandha and so.
Beads of various bright color.
Silver beads that make accessories look more beautiful.
Plier and files.
Glue is used to stick stones.
Collection of different set of silver beads.
Imitation jewelry casting machine.
Gujarat has a variety of cultures with various functions and different traditions of dancing played here. A person here belongs to the varied castes with different religions and communities with some languages like Marwari, Hindi, Marathi, Urdu, Sindhi, Kachchi etc.
Jewellery can be made from a wide range of materials with imitation metals, colored beads, colored stones etc. and worn by both men and woman. Mostly it is seen that the adult women are more constant wearers of the traditional jewellery.
Here are the tools and raw materials required for traditional jewellery making. Hammer, Pliers, Fabric glue, Woollen yarn, Needle, Spoons, Scissor, Hand gloves, File tool, Aluminum alloy, Kundans, beads, pendants, Foreceps, Bowl, Stove with LPG and Imitation Jewellery Casting Machine.
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