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In Indian tradition peacock symbolizes Royalty with Spirituality and exemplifies the beauty of nature with its vibrant colors and gleaming hue. This was the inspiration for design when Navrathan Jewellers designed their Jhumkas. Jhumkas are a major fashion statement these days as they are best suited with an array of traditional attire and designer outfits. Timeless designs cast in pure gold with glamorous precious colored stones, make a statement and set new standards.
In India, the Peacock is associated with the Goddess Lakshmi who represents wealth, patience, kindness and luck. Navrathan Jewellers captures the true spirit of nature at its best with their exclusive Masterpiece. This bold jewellery collection is the perfect embodiment of the feminine spirit, stunningly opulent with a subtle and elegant touch to make every woman feel and look special.
Timeless precious stones, Rose cut diamonds, Rubies and Polikes made by master crafts- men in gold make this an heirloom for every Indian home.
Description of the Jewellery:
Image 1:Wishing swirls of seductive gold take the shape of the ear, taking adornment to new heights. Embellished with red precious stone, they cast a mesmerizing duet. These gold earrings borrow their design and vibrant hues from the royal peacock, creating a masterpiece in craftsmanship and beauty. The sheen of gold and the presence of Goddess wealth ‘Laxmiji’ as the earrings descend into attractive tinkling cupolas with the small gold balls at the end. Price on request.
Image 2: The beauty of these ethnic earrings lies in their being completely hand-crafted and traditional. Nothing befits Indian ceremonies more than the auspicious colours of red and gold. These jhumkas exude a ceremonial air, reflecting exquisite workmanship in gold and delicate filigree work; the earring lends the adorner an edged with shimmering gold beads and the design of a flying peacock. Price on request.