February 09, 2022 1 min read
The word ‘Navaratna', originally is a Sanskrit compound word which means ‘Nine Gems’.
In most of the Indian Households and Societies, wearing jewellery holds an important cultural significance. It is believed that the purpose of this type of jewellery is not only to ornament oneself, but also to worship ‘Navagraha’; the nine heavenly bodies and deities that influence human life on Earth according to the Hindu Astrology.
Beautified with a very intricate work of bandhai and crafted using a combination of rich gemstones, this jewellery exhibits traditionality as well as royalty. Traditionality in terms of its authenticity and adaptation, and royalty in terms of its uniqueness of the design.
Considered as sacred, this necklace is designed with utmost precision. The technique used for the detailed work on glass and the hand-done work of thewa incorporated in this neckpiece is commendable. Thewa, an art of jewellery making evolved from Rajasthan, is widely used in crafting special pieces of jewellery that depict the culture and heritage in its intricate work of engraving. From scratch to the final product, our craftsmen have focused on the smallest of the details and have succeeded to throw a light on major tales and stories that have been depicted in the centrepieces of the necklace.The major highlight of our Navaratna Necklace is the variety of gemstones used. An assemblage of special gemstones like Hessonite, Coral, Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald used in this piece of jewellery are captivating to the eye. Each gem represents one celestial deity and the combination of these gems in the overall look of our neckpiece is both powerful and breathtaking.
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