Enhance wedding look with theme-based jewellery
New Delhi: This wedding season, indulge in jewellery inspired by Indian motifs and the Mughal era.
Jewellery designer Pallavi Dudeja Foley associates with AVON India to create a collection inspired by Indian motifs, the Mughal era and contemporary India.
"The range is of the finest quality and workmanship that allows you to experience the joy of beautiful heirloom. The mesmerizing and ‘must have` collection will make every woman feel beautiful," the designer said in a statement.
The collection has been divided into several themes - Mughal rani chandelier collection and Mughal rani haar (necklace).
The chandelier collection consists of necklace and earrings that are intricately textured giving an effortlessly stylish look, while the `haar` collection is made up of pearls and textured leaves.
One can also witness the richness of the country through flavours of India theme, which suits current trend where ethnic Indian Jewellery are used for adornment.
There are also designs inspired by temples in southern India.
The collection subsumes Jodha necklace set, Ambi ring and Kundan borla (Rajasthani maang tika). It can be worn at festivals or weddings.
Also in offering are traditional bangles inspired by Bengal and Maharashtra. The collection includes red and white `hathi mukh` bangle along with `wati mangalsutra` and `sunahari` bangles.
The price of the collection starts at Rs.599.
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