Is Polki cheaper than diamond?
Although polki are diamonds in their raw, natural, and purest state, they are surprisingly less expensive than cut diamonds and, in some cases, may not be worth much. The reason is that polkis tend to be cloudy, lack clarity, have a lower color grade, and don’t have the faceting that makes diamonds attractive.
What is the value of Polki?
Thus, polki does not have any resale value.
Polki diamond, no matter how big the pieces are, cannot be sold back. The jewellery in which it is set cannot be melted. The only way it can be remade is by tearing away the “tikdas” and rejoining them in a different design with kadis.
Why does Polki turn black?
Extra sparkle for your polki and kundan jewels – Sometime you might observe your polki jewellery looking black or dull. This is a sign of contact with moisture! Use a simple eraser and gently rub it on the affected gold area that is looking black. Voila!
Are Polki diamonds real?
Polki is uncut diamonds in their raw, pure form. Polki does not undergo chemical treatments, unlike other diamonds. It doesn’t have a very clear colour giving it a very rustic look. Since it’s the purest form of diamonds available, it’s extremely expensive.
Do Polki diamonds have any value?
The diamonds used in modern polki jewellery are low grade and do not have much investment value, even though polki jewellery can be expensive. The diamonds are backed by silver foil to allow light to reflect.
How do you store Polki jewelry?
Store your Jadau Jewellery in a dry place, at room temperature away from moisture. Your best storage option is an airtight plastic box, or the box provided by Tyaani.com. Beware, of the ornate looking velvet boxes which are nothing but moisture traps.