No Indian festival is ever complete without the blessings of the beautiful flora and fauna that exist in our beautiful land. Be it the plumes of the peacock, the coo of the koel or the blessings of Nandi ~ no celebration can be complete without an ode to the environment that surrounds us.
So how can a collection of jewels for a festival as beautiful as Teej be complete without a timeless bird element. The stunning pearl lining, the beautiful bird motif - everything about Mangala is just ~ lovely
Kundan pieces trace their origins back to the Rajputana and Mughal era, imbuing them with a distinct royal essence. Dedicated artisans meticulously craft these treasures, fashioning them from pure 22-karat gold through the intricate processes of gadhayi, khudayi, and meenakari. What sets these pieces apart is the incorporation of uncut diamonds, stones, emeralds, polkis, and more, intricately etched into the design rather than merely affixed on the surface. The accessibility of these pieces has expanded as artisans now craft them in bronze, the closest malleable alloy to gold. (Lanes of Drayaganj, especially for you)
Elevate your presence, embody the goddess within, and explore the enchanting Kanak collection.