The Mayada Antique Silver Kada(Oxidised/Size 2.6/2.8)
The `Makara' a sea-creature depicted as half terrestrial animal in the frontal part (stag, deer, crocodile, or elephant) and half aquatic animal in the hind part (usually a fish or seal tail,is a classic motif in traditional Indian jewellery and sculpture .These fantastic beasts remind us that life is not perfect, there are demonic forces always at play in this universe.
In this exquisitely detailed sterling silver (92.5%) Kada or bracelet , two `makaras' hold aloft a 'Simha-mukha' between their mouths. Fully handcrafted using techniques used in ancient jewellery this a striking piece .Traditionally the bracelet was worn by Rajas and given by them to male subjects as a mark of favor.
This bracelet is also available in antique gold finish.This is a bracelet that is openable and can fit almost all sizes.This is a unisex design that makes a great accessory for men too.
(Note:The model image is for size reference only, the bracelet is in oxidised finish)
Product Details :
Measurements : Size (circumference): 2.6; 2.8 (See our Size Guide to check your bangle size)
Gemstones used: kempu stone (also known as spinel or Zircon), pearl.
Made of: Pure Sterling Silver (92.5%)
Gross Weight of product : 54 grams approx.