A large part of the attraction of Indian Jewellery comes from the fact that most intricate pieces are still handcrafted. But what are the processes involved in `handcrafting' a piece of jewellery?View full article →
Marcasite, the gemstone, has a rich history ; this stone enjoys immense popularity today. In India KO with its manufacturing unit in Karwar is one of the few units that produce this unique type of jewellery.
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Mother-of-pearl and Abalone or Sea-shell two organic gemstones form the center of our Zuktika collection that brings to life all the beautiful hues and moods of the Sea.View full article →
Unlike gold and diamond jewellery that is quite expensive, which means you often end up wearing the same ornaments, year after year, gold-plated silver jewellery looks as classy, but costs much lesser in comparison. This means you can buy exclusive jewellery sets, statement pieces, or timeless classics, to your heart's content.View full article →
Imparting protection to the wearer has been and still is an important function. Nowhere is this better illustrated than in 'Navratna Jewellery ' - meaning jewellery made up of a combination of "nine gems".View full article →
One of the major forms of the Indian Jewellery tradition the opulence of Mughal jewellery has to be seen to be believed.View full article →