Guinea Pendants: If you have a guinea lying around, have it framed, with or without a design around it. It's important the coin be 'fitted in' and not soldered. Any gold coin you bring can be framed using the requisite amount of gold and without soldering it, but it's wise to be aware first of the authenticity of the coin. If it's gold but of debatable provenance, you can stick it in any part of any ornament without a thought.
Named after its owner, the young vivacious Sohini, this pair of guinea-gold naksha kan-pashas is evidence not just of conscientious jewellery-making but of the fact that you, through your best jewels, shall live on forever. In bespoke, the process is open to both of us to interpret and regulate,but, be certain, when you do get it, it'll be a unique jewel : a stunning pulchritude, extraordinary virtue, noble character, elegant carriage, and a pure soul. In other words, it'll be you.
Phool-Sajja: It’s not an ornament for newlyweds only but for all you who seek to relive the romance of Phool-Sajja not as a mere memory but with the entirety of sensuousness and beauty of the actual night in the truth of your present, and in so doing, rekindle, revive or just add to the wondrous relationship of love you share with your life-partner.
Matched Meenakshi Earrings: Crafted lovingly by hand in 22K #gold except for the net which, because of its fineness and light weight, had to be machine drawn, for a very special client of us. Wait for the story of its birthing unfold when we showcase the necklace, soon.... :)