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This necklace is crafted using one of the most ancient techniques of jewellery making - `Kundan ' which dates back to Mughal times. Crafted out of sterling silver the necklace is in the choker style worn close to the neck. Tiny little `ghunghroos' or silver balls are used to decorate it. Truly limited edition, only one piece of this necklace is available...
Measurements: Length of Necklace: 16 inches (extra links given to adjust length)
Gemstones used: None.
Place of Origin: Jaipur, Rajasthan, India.
Made of: Sterling Silver (92.5%)
Note: This picture has been shot in natural light.
Product Code : jnn311
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