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Temple architecture is an important source of inspiration for jewellery. In this lovely pair of hand-crafted Sterling Silver (92.5%) jhumka a resemblance to the heavily ornamented pillars and rich sculpted walls of ancient south indian temples is clearly seen.
The top part of the jhumka carries the motif of `Kirtimukha' (a swallowing demon-face that wards off the evil).The entire piece is crafted in pure Sterling Silver (92.5%) and oxidised to give a dark patina. You can get this jhumka in the traditional antique gold-finish too.
Measurements: Height of Jhumka 2.4 inches; Width of jhumka : 0.6 inch
Gemstones used: kempu stone (also known as spinel or Zircon),natural Pearl.
Made of: Sterling Silver (92.5%)
Product Code: PJ0033
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