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Mayurpur Choor

Not all ornaments are made with a clear purpose ; and,in our case, most aren't ; except that they have to be of universal beauty and must hold within them a simple narrative, or at...

Chena-Achena Mantasha

Sometimes, smaller goyna can serve as inspiration for more eminent jewels and result in stellar ornaments worked around their basic design. The Naksha Makar Mukh Kanbala (shown her...

Co-Optex Pola

The Pola, loaded with history and a certain narrow social significance, is here taken completely out of its context and proposed as an independent cuff bracelet of a light and love...

Cosmos Bouti

Always referred to as the 'Cosmos' Bouti, this particular design of the curved Bengali choor has been a perennial favourite, at least with those with a penchant for pierced naksha-...

Darjeeling

We Bengalis are justifiably proud of our Darjeeling, even though she came to us only in 1935, and that too via Nepal, Sikkim and Bihar. In truth, its famous sobriquet, Queen of the...

Dhaaner Sheesh Bala

A slice of the rich, variegated landscape of Bengal in early winter finds its place in an interpretative way in this charming handcrafted guinea-gold bala where the half-naksha hal...

Gajredar Pushpa Bala

Stolen from the achieves of Victoria and Albert Museum this is actually a gajredar silver anklet from Maharashtra, dating from the early twentieth century. True, we have copied the...

Garol-Phul Bala

An 'Indian Virgin's Bower' might have seemed like an artfully lascivious invitation for men during uptight Victorian times but sounds just plain stupid, sexist, exploitative and of...

Ghoroa Lichu-Kata Naksha Bala

The Lichu-Kata bala is common, but it's also a firm favourite of those who love jewellery of the wear-it-and-forget-it kind, as a result of which there are many variations, some of...

Golap Phul Pata Choor

You've seen the Golap Bagh Ananta and you've also seen the Gulbahar Hansuli. Almost in the same genre but with a painstakingly perforated finish is this glorious naksha rose vine c...

Gungridaar Grelot Bangri

A charming interpretation of the thick Bikaneri cuff where on one side the clusters of 'gungris' or ‘ghungroos’ assemble and confer and play all together, while on the ...

Jagannath Bala

Just to re-introduce to you a timeless classic, our Jagannath Bala - the spirit of Ratha Yatra captured in ebony, lush polychromatic minakari and pure guinea gold. Our radiant gold...

Joroa Padmini Bala

Every bit a jewel that might have been made in 1930s Calcutta and quite astonishing in its likeness to the design on page 74 of the M.B.Sirkar catalogue dating from almost ninety y...

Madhumanjari Ruli

An extraordinary rendering, in antique guinea gold, of an enchanting plant whose fragrant white flowers perfume the Bengal monsoon. The pearls represent the madhumanjari and a sing...

Nishi Prem

If there is such a thing as responsible romanticism or functional beauty or, for that matter, ecstatic elegance, it's likely you'll find any or all of them in this bala of simple c...

Radiant Rui Kankan

We're going to start the year on an auspicious, though decidedly non-vegetarian, note. And it comes from a shoal of shimmering guinea-gold Rohu fish which is seen nibbling at the c...

Rakhiphool Kankan

The common passion flower, twining its way in beautifully turned delicate filigree, with each of the chhela rakhiphool guarded by two large frosted leaves the midrib and veins of w...

Riya

A gracefully rounded frieze of florals and flourishes, hand-chased, frosted and cut, is the heart of this deliberately old-fashioned bouti ----- a much respected but all but lost B...

Sharoni

Right from when she was born she seemed to have a mind of her own. It also appeared she knew how beautiful, and how warm, she was, for in the nursery she was the most animated of b...

Suna Medho Bala

Referencing the astonishing silver filigree of Odisha and drawing its patterns from their pandal (medho) decorations, this superbly crafted ornament is a stellar example of one of ...

The Galle Face Hotel

Those who've been to Colombo and stayed at The Galle Face Hotel have been to Colombo. The rest have been to Colombo in the geographical sense, yes, but not in the spirit of its enc...