The Abharan Silver Makarakanti Necklace
This product is handcrafted on request. Minimum time taken is 3 weeks so please keep this in mind when you place an order. Each product involves at least 5-6 processes which need a different artisan for each process.
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An ornate kempu stone necklace in gold-dipped Sterling Silver (92.5) ; this necklace uses the `Makarakanti' design - a ceremonial necklace worn by kings in ancient times. The pendant has two peacocks etched in fine detail facing each other, while the necklace string is made up of gold-dipped silver beads .It is paired with matching jhumkas crafted with the nakkasi technique.
Crafted using techniques used in South Indian antique jewellery; the necklace has been gold-dipped to perfection.
(Note: The necklace can be bought alone or along with the earrings, prices for both are different and both options given.Tassle provided at the end for adjusting the length, we can also provide gold-dipped silver links/chain if desired at an extra cost.)
Measurements: Length of necklace : 25 inches (tassle provided to adjust length);
Height of pendant: 3.6 inches ;Width of pendant : 3.2 inches.
Height of jhumka : 2.1 inches ; width of jhumka : 1.1 inch
Gemstones used: kempu stone (also known as spinel or Zircon).
Made of: Pure Sterling Silver (92.5%)