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Jewellery revivalist Roopa Vohra is out with a new collection featuring jewellery inspired by the age-old Mughal craft from Rajasthan, thewa. The intricate art, …

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UK designer Andrew Geoghegan has carved a name for himself with his bridal bespoke rings and other collections. He is known for his inclination …

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Life in general is an inspiration for this Indian-born designer settled in America. Priyadarshini Himatsingka is well-known for her signature handmade creations that have a feel of imperfection – leaning towards the Japanese concept of wabi-sabi. Defining modern minimalism, her austere creations in silver and gold are sometimes garnished with a smattering of rose-cuts that are specially cut in her studio.

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Sutra, the high-end designer jewellery brand, presents a range of fan-shaped earrings set with alluring combinations of gemstones and diamonds. The cool and trendy …

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Jewellery designer Renu Oberoi’s one-off creations, saturated with a burst of colours, pay ode to the season of rains. The collection, mounted in 18-karat gold, blends …

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Biren Vaidya, managing director and creative soul of the House of Rose, reinterprets jadau-polki jewellery in his latest offering that uses tanzanites, emeralds, pearls, diamonds, rubies …

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The daring jewellery by Boucheron epitomises the animal world in the purest of metals – gold. The slithery serpent, the graceful swan and peacock, …

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Anmol Jewellers’ newest collection Waves of Desire draws inspiration from the rise and fall of the sea waves. The fluid moments of a wave’s …

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  Hers is a story straight out of a Bollywood film. Enwrapped in a poverty-stricken, humdrum life, GURMIT KAUR CAMPBELL, went on to become …

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Meet SIDDHARTH KASLIWAL, son of the iconic jewellery
designer the late Munnu Kasliwal of The Gem Palace, Jaipur, who
enthralled jewellery connoisseurs the world over with his lavish and perfect creations that bore the stamp of Indianness

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