How Did Indian Fabrics Inspire Our Antique Jewellery Collection?

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India is a portmanteau of cultures! You can never pick a single element and state it to be symbolic of India. A particular state, maybe, but a single element cannot do justice to the conglomeration that India is. From the people to the flavours to the clothes, you will find diversity wherever you are looking for and wherever you are not looking for.

So, this time for our very new Antique Silver Jewellery Collection we decided to take inspiration from the diverse fabrics that color the nation pretty. Giving the retrograde designs a contemporary twist, we had fun fashioning these styles that look and feel festive. But, don’t stop there just yet, these pieces can be great accomplices to your modern silhouettes too.

kalamkari

Sprouting from Andhra Pradesh, flowers from Kalamkari are a predominant feature and we couldn’t help but create our Silver Krysanthe Earrings after them.

ikat

The geometric shapes of the Ikat fabric have always struck our fancy. We tried to weave this genius artistry in our Turquoise and White Anouk Earrings.

madras-checks-

Who doesn’t like checks? And Madras Checks are ingenious in their own making and versatile too. Inculcating them in our Xylan Choker and Bracelet was an absolute delight.

batik

The distinct motifs of Batik can never go unmissed and their swirls are the kind that will draw you towards them. Our Silver Sylvana Bangle Bracelets feature their gorgeous waves as smooth artsy edges making them absolute must-haves.

So, we are saying Navratri away in style with our new Festive Silver Jewellery Collection.

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