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Inspired by tribal design this handcrafted necklace is made up of sterling silver pieces (92.5%) etched with minute designs, which have been woven in a black thread.Pair this one of a kind piece with a western outfit or an Indian one you are sure to dazzle..
Measurements: Length of necklace without tassle : 13 inches (tassle provided to adjust length); Width of necklace: 1.4 inches.
Gemstones used: None.
Made of: Sterling Silver (92.5%)
Made to adorn a bride's forehead, this kempu stone maang tikka is simply stunning.Pair this with one of our ornate Chand -balis or necklaces from the `bridal collection ' and create magic. Crafted using techniques used in ancient South Indian antique gold temple jewellery the entire piece is crafted in pure Sterling Silver (92.5%) silver and dipped in gold. Product Measurements: Length of entire Maang Tikka : 5 inches; Height of the pendant: 2 inches; Width of pendant: 1 inches. Gemstones used: kempu stone (also known as spinel or Zircon). Made of: Sterling Silver (92.5%) Also called : Maang patta, borla, nethichutty, netti...
The `Gandaberunda' or `Iruthalaipakshi' a popular symbol of hindu mythology is a two-headed bird, believed to possess immense magical strength and is capable of fighting the forces of destruction. Its heads resemble the eagle and tail is like that of a peacock. In continuous usage for 500 yrs as a royal emblem, it has a special place in the history of Karnataka- first used on coins in Vijayanagar mints, it was the royal insignia of the Wodeyar dynasty of Mysore and is the state symbol today. In this handcrafted , gold-dipped necklace the Gandaberunda motif is seen on the central pendant crafted in Sterling Silver (92.5%) and interwoven into...
Make a unique fashion statement with this pair of gold-dipped,heritage temple jewellery earrings that narrates mythology using the motifs of `Kirtimukha' (demon-face that wards off the evil) and `Gandaberunda' (the two-headed bird, believed to possess immense magical strength and capable of fighting the forces of destruction) on its panels, this pair of stunning earrings is truly unique. Handcrafted in Sterling Silver (92.5%) using techniques used in ancient South Indian antique gold temple jewellery the pair comes with a push-back. Product Measurements : Height of earring : 2.6 inches; width of earring : 0.75 inch. Gemstones used: kempu stone (also known as spinel or Zircon). Made of:...