Our jewellery is adorned with handcrafted work using different prior techniques which involve looping, twisting and shaping wires of different types. We also use techniques like carving, reticulation, meenakari, kundankari, enamel work, dori work, takkar work, thread work, needlework, etc.
Hindu deities have always been adorned with flower garlands in the most exquisite designs possible, especially the garlands made up of twisted bunches of white sweet-smelling mogra flowers, arranged in complicated patterns most commonly used in Lord Krishna’s temples. Our “Mogra kundankari necklace” is a modern take on such age-old ornaments. Its golden-tinged polkis, delicately pigmented stones, and cream-colored pearls add to the richness of this piece.
We use materials like shell pearls, copper alloy metal, chains, natural and lab treated stones, carved and textured stones, beads, carved silver and gold look elements, polkis, etc.
Article will be delivered within 7-10 days
- Keep away from water, hairspray, perfume and other liquids.
- Clean when required with a soft cloth or paper napkin.
- Store in a plastic airtight pouch and do not keep it under heavy items as the Jewellery has delicate hand crafted elements.