Jewellery

Jewellery Trends For The Modern Woman

Nature has been an immense source of inspiration for creative minds across the globe since time immemorial. The exquisite splendour of flora and fauna has encouraged creative artists to capture them into their timeless masterpieces. From the ever so beautiful peacock patterns in your neck pieces to the fruity earrings for the quirky kids, nature has stood tall in rousing designers to recreate its beauty in all of its glory, across decades. Trends are constantly evolving while the source of inspiration remains eternally constant.

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How to take care of your diamonds during the monsoon

Not everyone loves the monsoon season, especially not your jewellery! Follow these simple steps to ensure your jewellery remains sparkling this monsoon.

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Enticing Jewels

Gold, diamond and other precious stone jewellery always top a woman’s wish list. She can never ever have enough of any kind of jewellery..

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Reviving Dying Arts in Jewellery

India is known for its rich heritage in jewellery, many of which are slowly dying. Fortunately, some jewellery brands are reviving this heritage of jewellery craftsmanship in their collection.

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A beginner's guide to buying Indian jewellery

Jewellery shopping can be intimidating, especially if you have just turned penny-wise. We’ve got you covered with a first-timer’s guide to Indian jewellery shopping.

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SHINE ON

Jewellery that reflects ethnicity will never go out of style:

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Festive Fashion - Esha Hindoocha, Maharaja Digvijay Singhji, Simi Garewal, Akshita, Sonam Pall, Musskan Sethi, Dolly Jain, and Mehreen Kaur Pirzada

It’s that time of the year to pull out your traditional clothes and doll up - Esha Hindoocha, Maharaja Digvijay Singhji, Simi Garewal, Akshita, Sonam Pall, Musskan Sethi, Dolly Jain, and Mehreen Kaur Pirzada

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Bejewelled Treasures - The Al-Thani Collection

Al-Thani’s Indian jewels from the 17th century continue to dazzle the world. An alluring silver-topped gold jigha from the late 19th century embedded with an emerald, diamond, pearl and a plume.

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