India, in general and Telangana in particular are known for the impressive range of lacquer ware and stone studded jewellery that enthralls onlookers. The arena of artistic jewellery creation, represents a great saga of traditions and historical legacy, carried forward by artisans. In Hyderabad and certain other parts of India, lac is used widely for creating stunning jewellery. Laad bazaar in Old city of Hyderabad is quite famous for lac bangles, ear tops and other articles that continues to attract buyers from a very long time The term lacquer is used generally for many hard and shiny finishes, which are applied to materials like wood. Based on the extent of application, shine, color and the objects they are used for, they fall into a number of different groups.
Lac has been used from a long time for the purpose of wood finish and toy making in the Indian subcontinent while it is also used extensively to create adorable pieces of jewellery for women. Laad Bazaar is a very old market that is quite popular for bangles, metal jewellery etc., in Hyderabad. It is located on one of the four major thoroughfares emerging from the historic Charminar. Laad Bazaar is a major market for bangles and is popular for bangles, semi-precious stones, pearls, and metal jewellery, lacquer bangles studded with stones, traditional Khara Dupattas, and perfumes.
There are stone studded ear tops, black metal ear tops, bracelets, metal bangles with enamel work and stone studded lacquerware bangles available here. The different colors and shades of lacquer add a great element of delight, which makes these articles truly charming. Moreover, the artistic designs make these jewellery quite special and alluring for women of all ages.
The stone studded bangles, lacquer wear bangles and metal bangles also enjoy a great demand in the Middle East from where visitors usually arrive here to buy them in bulk. In addition to Laad Bazaar, there are other pockets of artisan community in Hyderabad and Telangana, who are well experienced in creating absolutely cherished pieces of jewellery, made out of metals, black metal, lac, stones, colourful stripes and other raw materials. Ear tops, bangles are some of the most popular forms of jewellery worn by women and there are quite a few varieties, which appeals to them. The charm of these variety jewellery is something that only grows with time, while the artisans continue to evolve their art with much more attractive elements.