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Aador

There was a time when Annaprasans used to be an occasion for the giving of silly and unusable gold presents such as baby rings and eartops. Made with as little gold as possible and...

Amrosaar Tayra

What you see is what you don't : A tayra, tickly, pendant and necklace all rolled into one, this forthright yet elegant jewel is a Convertible piece that not just performs as sever...

Atashi Tickly-Pendant

There are times when a design catches our eye in such a way that we want to incorporate it or at least parts of it in something else that may or may not be related to the original....

Camellia

A sculptor of note came by. He was sent on reference by a connoisseur. The commission was a child's headband, a chaplet, to be made for her upcoming rice ceremony. A brief was give...

Debahuti Armlet

Can a jewel really be you when you are the real jewel ? How many times we ask ourselves this question(!) when we meet you authentic lovers of fine jewellery, first on Facebook and ...

Gulshan

"He who wants the rose must respect the thorn." And so the plainspeak of a Persian proverb tells us much : A relationship of true love is always built on the acceptance of differen...

Hair Pin

Hand-beaten hair adornment with fifteen mangoes signifying fertility. When rotated, it becomes an elegant necklet that can be paired with coloured beads. Finished in antique polish...

Hashi-Hashi Machh Pendant Brooch

It's a reasonable luxury, writing this to the tempo of Schubert's 'The Trout', but lest that seem a tad affected, we're equally given to crediting Dr.Seuss's 'One Fish Two Fish Red...

Madhuja Projapoti Tayra

An ornament meant to hold up the veil worn by a Bengali bride, the tayra is derived by combining the western tiara with a mangtika to make it an exclusive jewel worn like a necklac...

Maya

Amidst a dazzling array of bridal jewellery, one could easily fail to notice a humble tickly, but when worn it completes the shringar of an Indian woman and turns her into a virtua...

Mayurika Tickly

Derived from one of our distinctive naksha kanbalas, this lovely handcrafted maang-tikka or tickly in Bengali, shaped like the crescent markings on a peacock's feather, has rows of...

Moyna Bagan

This is a hair-ornament, placed in the centre of a khopa and may or may not have decorative hairpins in gold surrounding it. Since multi-functionality has gone beyond human beings ...

Omani Seahorse Pendant

And so we come to the fact that those Naksha Seahorse Kanbalas of last Thursday were, all along, the matched earrings to this pendant. No big revelation that, considering the kanba...

Panjabi'r Botam

The Panjabi'r Botam is dead! Long live the Panjabi'r Botam! That particular item of men's clothing that used to go by the name 'panjabi' has long disappeared. The short, upper-thig...

Riddhima Bajuband

Adapted from our ever-popular Addigai necklace, this grand armlet also doubles up as a choker. You'll recognise the zig-zag thokai pieces strung in a row using thick v-chains, only...

Simran's Wedding Maang Tikka

Forget the Ajna Chakra, forget the union of two souls symbolized by the chakra between the eyebrows ; forget that that's the exact place where the maang tikka rests on the forehead...

Sreenanda Sinthee-Pati

Made for a bride as renowned for her beauty as her memorable refulgence in the finery of her grand and elegant midsummer marriage, this gracious synecdoche of a hair-ornament plays...

Susmita Mukut-Armlet

In continuation of our series on nicely kitschy fine jewellery, we give you our penultimate piece, a Bowbazar-style mukut that's also a typical Bengali armlet, custom-made for our ...

Swapnaloker Chabi

Tagore lamented, "The key to the land of our dreams is lost to the world ......" We say that the keys to the peace and prosperity and to the future of our country remain firmly in ...

The Charms of Ms.Guha's Bracelet

Ms.Guha doesn't wear jewellery. Her father insists she must. She's long settled in Delhi while he's in Calcutta. From time to time, Ms.Guha's father visits us and makes bespoke gui...

The Ring of Secret Desire

Night after night I matched the 'chhum-chhum' of your anklets to my heartbeats which in the foolish throes of passion forgot it was not your feet they heard but your ring –&n...