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The Jaipur Jewels Story : Gone Gold

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As much as we love and drool over international high fashion and ready to wear street style, we think we can safely speak for every Indian girl when we say there’s no escaping the beauty and love we share for traditional jewellery and Indian fashion.

When we first walked into the Jaipur Jewels showroom, we literally could not control our gasps out of excitement. Every single piece told a story, everything had a history. There were necklaces and earrings that were around 200 and 300 years old, jewellery that was worn by princesses. Each design just took us back in time. What more could a girl really ask for?

At the store we were also told that ‘Akshaya Tritya’ was around the corner, which is basically a festival of gold. Buying and wearing gold on that day signifies wealth and prosperity. We immediately decided that our next post absolutely had to revolve around their historical gold jewellery.

From minimal-chic and Indo-edgy to the classic Indian, we decided to show you guys a variation of styles in which you can wear this beautiful jewellery.

On Shereen: Bangle: 22k gold temple cuff, Choker: An approximately 100 year old ruby emerald studded jadau choker and chipka necklace in 22k gold, Long Necklace: 22k gold temple pendant strung in south sea pearls and carved jadau ruby beads. Outfit: Anamika Khanna On Kayaan: Earrings: Old jadau  chand & fish shaped polka earring, in 22k gold, embellished with real pearl & emerald jhumkis, Necklace: Statement 22k gold necklace with old jadau pieces, embellished with a 65 carat emerald bead, Ring: Gold tarsi ring in 22k gold. Outfit: Nikhil Thampi On Trishala: Necklace: 22k gold jadau necklace studded with rubies and emeralds  finished with gold ghuchi beads,  Bangles: Signature Jaipur Jewels sankhals in 22k gold jadau polka,  ruby sankhlas. Outfit: Anamika Khanna

Jaipur Jewels will be launching exclusive JJ branded gold coins in denominations of 2gms, 4gms, 8gms. 20gms, 50gms for Akshaya Tritiya. Store Address: G-1 Swapnalok, 47, Napean Sea Road, Mumbai -400036. Contact: 02261399999

Photography: Karan Nevatia

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