Hasli Necklace


Hasli Jewellery

Hasli jewellery refers to a collection of necklaces or chokers that share the common characteristic of a collar-like design. It is a traditional form of jewellery that originated in the Indian subcontinent. Hasli necklaces are typically crafted using precious metals like gold, silver, or occasionally, alloys.

Hasli jewellery often features intricate patterns, filigree work, or enamel detailing. Some designs may also incorporate gemstones, pearls, or other decorative elements to enhance the overall aesthetic appeal. The styles and motifs can vary based on regional influences and cultural traditions.

Hasli Necklace & Choker

It is a type of traditional necklace originating from the Indian subcontinent. It is known for its distinctive collar-like design that encircles the neck closely. The term “hasli” is derived from the Hindi word “hasli” or “hansli,” which means “collar” or “choker.”

Traditionally, haslis were popular among Indian royalty and aristocracy as a symbol of wealth and status. However, they have become increasingly sought after by individuals interested in traditional Indian jewelry, both for special occasions and as fashion accessories. Haslis are often paired with Indian ethnic attire such as sarees, lehengas, or salwar kameez to enhance the overall look.

Kundan Hasli Necklace

A Kundan hasli necklace typically features a collar-like design that encircles the neck closely. It is adorned with Kundan work, which involves setting precious or semi-precious gemstones, glass pieces, or crystals in a framework of gold or silver foil. The stones are typically arranged in elaborate patterns or motifs, creating a stunning and intricate piece of jewelry.

Jadau Hasli Neckalce

A Jadau hasli necklace typically features a collar-like design that sits closely around the neck. It is characterized by its elaborate and detailed craftsmanship, showcasing a combination of precious or semi-precious gemstones, pearls, and enamel work. The necklace is crafted using a technique called “Kundan Jadau,” which involves setting gemstones or glass pieces in a framework of gold or silver foil and then encrusting the piece with enamel.

Artificial Hasli Necklace

We at South India Jewels sells wide range of artificial Hasli Necklace. This can be commonly worn for special occasions, festivals, weddings, or cultural events in India and other parts of South Asia. It is known for its versatility and ability to complement both traditional and contemporary outfits. Hasli necklaces can be paired with sarees, lehengas, salwar kameez, or even western attire to add a touch of elegance and cultural flair to the overall look.