Hathphool means flowers of the hand. It is an essential component of the solahshringar that brides wear on the back of their palms. This accessory has been used since prehistoric times and symbolizes the prosperity and well-being of the bride. It comprises a chain (or four chains) with a ring to the center finger (or rings on the fingers) that join the bracelet. Hathphool is made in a variety of materials including gold, silver, polkis, etc. These traditional hand accessories have been a constant in the Indian bridal ensemble since years.
At Meermankaa, we offer a wide range of design options, including custom fine jewelry, costume jewelry, and sterling silver jewelry. Meermankaahathphools are finely crafted with artificial polkis and pearls that make them suitable for wedding occasions and festivities. Our Rasiahathphool is suitable for brides and bridesmaids. It is gold-plated and studded with artificial polkis with pearl detailing. Our Raynahathphoolhas been plated in gold, studded with artificial polkis and pearl bunches. Both of our hathphools are a perfect addition to your jewel collection. Pick your favourite from a widearray of traditional hand accessories online at Meermankaa.