Antique Hathphool

The wedding day is the most anticipated day for the would-be brides as they gradually yet excitedly wait for the big day to arrive. The preparations are on for a couple of months pertaining to ensembles, decorations, accessories, and jewellery essentials. Would-be brides leave no stone unturned while selecting the perfect wedding jewellery, be it the choker or long necklace, the matha patti, the finger rings or bangles or the hathphools.

Bridal hathphool is one of the crucial parts of wedding jewellery. This piece of jewellery is worn on one or both hands. This comes with a bracelet-type connection and a chain with a ring that can be worn on the third or fourth finger. Some hathphools come with multiple chains and finger rings for both hands. These jewellery artefacts can transform the bridal look in a standalone manner as well as in combination with the set of bangles.

If your wedding is nearing and you are looking for ‘the one’ hathphool, you can check out the extensive and extravagant collections of hathphhols online offered by esteemed jewellery manufacturers, wholesalers and suppliers. The best part? You can check the entire assortment online with just a few clicks and take your pick.

Advantages of Antique Hathphool Over Other Jewellery

We at Kanhai Jewels hear your sentiment for the bridal hathphools, and thus our antique collection has been curated just for you. White, Pink, Green, Ruby Green, Mint Pink, Moti and LCT Moti - you name it, and we have antique hathphools available in all these colours, a versatile range and beyond. Whether you are looking for some of the bespoke gold-plated hath pans or rhodium or mehndi-plated ones, you will be pleasantly surprised with our collection of bridal hathphools.

Come, and fall in love with our pearl, delicate, South Indian-themed Moti, Gold and classic hathphools. Our online collection can make you spellbound, and you won’t have to worry about exhausting your budget.

Antique Hathphool Outfit Ideas

Hathphools are surely a crucial part of a wedding jewellery collection. However, their usage is not limited to it. You can always accompany this piece of hand jewellery with any festive or ethnic ensemble for celebratory occasions. Whether you are wearing a beige lehenga or a chaniya choli or a classic Kanjivaram silk, or decked in some trendy Indo-Western attires, you can never go wrong with a stunning hathphool design.

Why Kanhai Jewels?

If you are looking for bridal hathphools online or a gold-plated hathphool for another occasion, you won’t have to look beyond the Kanhai Jewels collection. Our stunning range of hathphools in their own glory and at unbeatable prices can make you and your loved ones awe-inspired.

Expert artisan designers, heritage-inspired craftsmanship, and versatility in the face of uniqueness are some of our jewellery design inspirations. These have earned us special places and ultimate loyalty in our customers' minds. Unlike other online platforms, our antique hathphools are reasonably priced as we strive towards making every woman's dream come true on her wedding day and other celebratory occasions.

With Kanhai Jewels, you can get hathphools online that are crafted by expert artisans in a versatile range and with just a few clicks from the comfort of your home.


What is a hathphool?

Hathphool is a type of jewellery artefact that’s worn on one or both hands. These artefacts are a pivotal part of wedding jewellery trousseau and are must-haves for women of all ages for all celebratory occasions.

Can you make an antique hathphool shiny again?

Yes, you can surely make your antique hathphools shiny again. Apply a dash of degreasing solution evenly, dip the hath pan in lukewarm water, rinse off and pat dry. Store it in air-tight containers with enough cotton padding.

Will antique hathphools turn black?

No, antique hathphools don’t turn black. These are crafted with gold, silver or other metals as a base that is exposed to a series of chemical reactions to attain the antiquated look. Irrespective of the usage, these hathphools don't turn black. However, their shine may decline with wear and tear, which can be absolutely reversed with the usual cleaning regimen.

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