The designer duo of Dipti and Amisha Jhaveri displayed one of the most divine collections at the India International Jewellery Week 2011. Each piece was a work of sheer artistic beauty which will dazzle the mind of any woman.
Working together in creative harmony the beautiful collection by Dipti Amisha was a stunning blend of the glory of Mughal influences with the grandeur of British designs of monarchy. There was also a delicate touch of the French era and ancient Indian cultures but with the contemporary edge given to the pieces with style and elegance. Called “A Treasure with Measure” the collection glittered with exquisite designs and brilliant intricate detailing.
A melange of gold beads, rubies, emeralds, and diamonds came together in perfect harmony for the mix of ethnic and modern pieces. The highlights of the show were the burnished gold bead lined diamond pendants, cuffs with floral design, the sphere shaped multi circular pendant and the Indian hoops teamed with circular necklace.
Peridots lined the diamonds for a Victorian style set, while floral encrusted bracelets and multi stone strands of pearls and gold glittered. Burmese rubies ended in traditional Temple style motifs and the Basra pearl chain was stunning with imposing pendant. A 3D diamond piece with bold beads and a multi chains and gold beaded neckpiece and a gold shell shaped version were literally breathtaking.
The show stopping entrance was made by TV star, Smita Bansal of the popular hit Balika Vadhu wearing an amazing giant Temple and European inspired necklace, bangles and ring with the most intricate craftsmanship. To match the very Indo-west nature of the jewellery, Dipti and Amisha had personally designed the ivory and brown crushed lehenga/cholis and brown draped gowns.