Over a hundred years ago, the forefathers of Ch. Jagdish Chand arrived at the erstwhile princely state of Patiala, arguably one of India’s most colourful and flamboyant princely states of North India. Legend has it that when one of the princes were to be married, it were the jewelsmiths and craftsmen of Jagdish Jewellers who were retained to create masterpieces that caught the fancy of the bride-to-be.
Touched by the kind patronage of the gentlemen and ladies of the royal family, the jewellers decided to make Patiala their home. And the rest is history. Jagdish Jewellers, a name trusted for quality, have been serving their esteemed clientele for many generations. The late Shri. Jagdish Chand Ji, a highly knowlegable, hardworking and humble being was the founder of Jagdish Jewellers. He was the first purveyor of diamonds in Punjab in the year 1960. The legacy is now carried forward by his two sons Susham and Manoj Singla, who are committed to take the family owned business to greater heights. in Punjab in the year 1960. With the word of quality and workmanship spreading across the country and abroad Jagdish Jewellers continue to craft exclusive diamond, gold and polki / kundan jewellery.
It is thanks to the goodwill enjoyed by Jagdish Jewellers that the world gold council, London (U.K.) has promoted them as ‘The Jewellery King Of Punjab’. But laurels rest lightly on the shoulders of the family’s torchbearers. The new generation has an ear to the ground as they marry the traditions of the past to trends of the times.
The company has come a long way since those days. The wide variety of jewellery offered by Jagdish Jewellers bears testimony to the beautiful blending of the styles of yore with designs that are contemporary and avant garde.
Here, you will find some of the most exquisite antique jewellery designs in Gold, Kundan and Polki, reminiscent of the glorious heritage of Punjab royalty, especially that of the erstwhile royal state of Patiala. Choose from queen sized necklaces, earrings, Qamar-bandhs (waist bands), Bazoo-bandh (armlets), Sir-pech (jewelled plumes) and even the evergreen Maang-tika (Jewelled adornment for Indian brides’ forehead).
For those who prefer modernity and contemporary class and are discerning about choice and design, there is an exhaustive variety of fine jewellery embellished with the highest quality diamonds, pearls and precious stones, set in gold, platinum and other precious metals. Right from finger rings, bracelets and pendants to cocktail diamond sets and heavy bridal necklaces and chokers and even everyday jewellery, you will be spoiled for choice.