Rs. 2,500.00 Rs. 2,900.00
Tiny oxidised round beads of sterling silver(92.5%) are handwoven into black cotton thread to create this lovely ethnic necklace. The necklace is in a choker design.Crafted using techniques used in ancient South Indian antique gold temple jewellery the entire piece is crafted in pure silver. Pair it with one of our antique-looking jhumkas and you are all set to dazzle...
(Note:This is a short necklace that sits around your neck.)
Measurements : Length of necklace : 14 inches (Tassle provided at the back to adjust length)
Gemstones used: None.
Made of: Sterling Silver (92.5%)
Product Code : gnn091
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