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The Fine Art of Amrapali Jewelry

Long haar

The amrapali jewelry collection was introduced at a time when the concept of semi precious designer jewelry was unheard of. Those were the times when gold was the only metal considered worthy of wearing as an ornament and jewelry was worn more for its social status.
All that has changed. Modern stone jewelry has silver as the base metal which is then coated with gold and enhanced with precious and semi-precious authentic gem stones.
The jewelry collection is named after the legendary courtesan Amrapali who lived during the time of Lord Buddha. She is believed to be the most beautiful woman in the history of the world.
Each piece is hand crafted by some of India’s finest craftsmen, many of whom have won awards for their talent. The art of jewelry collection encompasses a wide variety of classic and contemporary designs that bejewel a woman from head to toe .There is jewelry for every occasion .The collection derives its inspiration from many sources,  among them, the temples of Khajuraho, the kingdoms of Rajasthan, the Mughals and the everlasting era of Indian cinema.
Long haar with green emerald beads
Green emerald beads with silver based big pendent on a long haar. Looks great with sarees and lehngas.
Pink Mughal haar
Pink crystal clear beads in five strings with two broaches in tohra shape. Looks very beautiful with solid color dresses.
Long ruby haar
Five strings of rubies with two pakkhas joined with a clip with gold beads. Looks amazing with silk sarees.
Rani haar
Multi-precious beads with kundan pendent is a rani haar. Goes well with very traditional outfits.
Uncut diamond haar
Uncut diamonds– pendent set with small pearls and large green meena beads.
Feroza haar
Feroza– with uncut stones set with parrot figurine- a classic Mughal art design.

Large multi-colored stones with Victorian big pendent. This is the very latest fashion.
Temple jewelry
Temple jewelry with big beads and stones. Perfect for the classic look.
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