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This is a traditional design `tussi necklace' studded with red and white polki stones. Called tussi due to the intricate thread-work involved, in this necklace handcrafted designs made of Sterling Silver (92.5%) are woven onto thread to give the necklace a stiff-choker design.The jhumkas are of the same design as the pendant and complement it perfectly; they come with a bombay-screw.
It is a truly attractive necklace that will steal all the attention.
(Note:This is a short necklace that sits close to your neck.)
Measurements: Length of necklace : 12 inches (tassle provided to adjust length); Width of necklace: 1.5 inch.
Height of Jhumka : 2 inches; Width of Jhumka : 0.75 inch.
Gemstones used: polki stones.
Made of: Sterling Silver (92.5%)
Product Code: AN0001
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