Rs. 18,000.00 Rs. 19,500.00
Showcasing the traditional `Kasu malai' design this is a reversible necklace which has a different design on both sides. On one side the coins carry the image of godess Laxmi (seated on a lotus) and display red stones in a pattern while on the other side we can see a beautiful parrot motif .The skill and craftsmanship exhibited in this piece are truly amazing.
Crafted using techniques used in South Indian antique jewellery in Sterling Silver (92.5) the necklace has been oxidised to give it a dull antique look. This piece is also available in the antique silver-finish.
(Note:Tassle provided at the end for adjusting the length, we can also provide silver links/chain if desired at an exra cost.This is a short necklace.)
that sits close to the neck)
Measurements: Length of necklace without tassle : 10.5 inches (tassle provided to adjust length); Width of necklace: 1 inch.
Gemstones used: kempu stone (also known as spinel or Zircon).
Made of: Sterling Silver (92.5%)
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- Estimated delivery time: Indian metros 3-4 working days | Rest of India 5-6 days | International Orders 10 working days.
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