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Baurani'r DoRokha Guinea Har

Five strands of stepped kamal-ball chains with guinea plaques in the centre of each forming a vertical phalanx of wire-framed sovereigns such as would rarely be seen in today's tim...

Chitrakote

It's been twenty-five years this set has been in production, and it's still going strong. And why won't it? We've always harped on the point of best design being that where the det...

Daisy 'Love' Chain

Put two daisies on a courting sofa, add a green leaf for some moxie, string a series of these to a reasonable length, join the ends with a bichha cord and ---- voila ---- you have ...

Debarati

We've known Mrs.Debarati Dutta-Cherukuri for three years now. Facebook brought us together. Or rather, our ornaments on Facebook did. Since then, we've had the occasion to make bes...

Gandharaj

This is not the season for gardenia, but then what are we here for if not to ensure all that you cherish be there for you through every season of your life ! And so we have the uns...

Grinling Gendaphul Hansuli

Just as the Kakoli Necklace (shown here on 22nd November, 2014) is a fine and suitably complex example of reverse customization, so is this, though the resulting ornament is far, f...

Hamak Necklace

The gutsy cacophony of a combined hansuli, maduli and kanbala gives this necklace its unique privilege : a confused masterpiece. It also bestows upon it it's name, "Hamak", an abbr...

Itostho Jharna

A naked waterfall caught in the rays of the dawn sun. She blushes and the million little glistening drops of water turn to gold. We've made that moment eternal. This simple yet stu...

Juin-Phul Necklace

The necklace version of the classic juin phul-er gorher mala is no less enchanting a jewel and, hugging the neck, makes for a rather enticing ornament, somewhat removed from the sa...

Kabyasree

The monsoons have barely started and we’ve gone picking neem-chamelis for this necklace, making a festoon of them and fixing it between kamal-chains and bordering it on top w...

Kakoli

By now you must have gathered that in the instance of a client initiating the design of an ornament, we reserve the honour of naming it after her. Mahira, the Riya choor, and now t...

Ladakh

On 5 August 2019, the President of India scrapped Article 370 of the Indian Constitution that gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir. This means the state’s separate Consti...

Mayurpur Necklace set

The nocturnal garden of love that comes alive with the rains, this necklace celebrates the erotic in chaste guinea gold, the ecstasy of passionate prem-bandhan immortalized in deli...

Moti Mahal

Memories are such a beast Even if I'm not nostalgic. "Have you forgotten me?" Repeatedly shadows my heart And the answer I yearn to hear is "No!" More vehement than those Gorgeous ...

Muththu-Pavalam Necklace Set

A catchy song from 1971’s Tamil classic 'Arunodhayam' inspires this fine antique-finished pearl (Muththu) and coral (Pavalam) necklace in which the collets are all made indiv...

Nakshi Kantha'r Asan

The vocabulary of Kantha, especially Nakshi Kantha, is syncretic ---- uniting motifs from Buddhism, Islam and Hinduism into patterns of universal beauty that hold together old clot...

Padmapriya

"I'd like a necklace for my Ma," with brevity he said, in a voice at once dulcet and determined as if to indicate a guinea gold goyna is the only meaningful gift a dutiful child ca...

Subhasree

Five different kinds of virtuoso workmanship. A necklace in three sections held together with hundreds of bichha chains. A form taken beyond the usual by its deconstruction and fin...

Thayittu

A wedding ornament from Madurai, this antique-polished light-weight necklace is embedded with little gold talismans,each a symbol of good fortune, tied together with a plain black ...

Zardozi

The history of zardozi, from the courts of Mughal Sultans to the ramps of grand couturiers across Europe, has been one of equal parts glory and gloom. Even today, as the greatest n...