The Varnaka Silver Gutta Pusalu Necklace
Feel like royalty when you dress up in this gorgeous piece of heritage jewellery .The Gutta Pusalu is a classic design from Andhra Pradesh and is named so because the necklace is fringed with bunches of small pearls very similar to "a shoal of small fish" (gutta) .Pusalu means "beads" and this design originated in areas close to the ancient pearl fisheries along the Coromandel coast of India.
This guttapusalu necklace also incorporates a peacock motif pendant that adds more charm. Handcrafted in Sterling Silver using the ancient 'Kundala Velai' technique of gem-setting , used to craft temple jewellery for centuries this necklace is a heirloom piece.It is paired with beautiful earrings that have the same peacock motif.
To create a perfect bridal ensemble pair this with the The Varnaka Silver Maang Tikka.
(Note: Tassle provided at the end for adjusting the length, we can also provide gold-dipped silver links/chain if desired at an exra cost.The necklace can be bought alone or along with the earrings, prices for both are different and both options given.)
Measurements: Length of necklace : 11 inches ( tassle provided to adjust length)
Height of Pendant : 3 inches; Width of Pendant : 1.4 inches.
Height of earring: 2.5 inches ; Width of earring : 1.2 inch
Gemstones used: kempu stone (also known as spinel or Zircon); natural freshwater Pearl.
Made of: Sterling Silver (92.5%)