On the eve of Dhanteras and Diwali, homegrown brand Krsala that recently celebrated its tenth anniversary has launched the Luminesce collection. “The range boasts of meticulously hand-crafted jewellery with a combination of cut and uncut diamonds encrusted in gold using a relatively new technique of making jadau jewellery called open-setting,” says director Samarth Bajaj. The collection also uses many precious and semi-precious stones such as rubies, emeralds and pearls to further add colour to it.
Price: `5,00000 onwards
Silver Girl Sindhu has certainly made the white metal look more appealing than gold. If you are somone who would rather buy silver this season, the accessory range from Hyderabad-based brand, Doe and Deer by Raajitha Jupally, a certified diamond grader and jewellery designer, will be a great pick, be it at an evening out, or the office review meeting. The range of rings come in 92.5 silver with gold polish and studded with high quality Cubic Zirconia stones and the final packaging done in the US. These knuckle rings and Grape Vine Statement ring are all the jewellery you need to make a mark. They don‘t tarnish or lose colour and are hypoallergenic as well. Price: `7,200 to `9,900
When it comes to jewellery, why should only women partake of the beauty? So if you are buying some precious pieces for your significant other, the finely crafted couple bracelets in platinum from Orra can be your best bet. Also, fusing the traditional concept of ghungroos and reversing the idea that they can only adorn your feet, the 22-karat gold bangles with tiny metal balls making a lilting sound is a piece to watch out for. Exquisite danglers in pink and gold that are a part of its Lavanya collection, will make you feel like a Begum. They also have exciting offers to make shopping for precious jewels even better.
Price: `1,00,000 onwards, Details: 65139168
Subham, the pre-Diwali collection from Tanishq, has a repertoire of exquisite jewels by master craftsmen and they have been inspired by the marvels of temple architecture. The pieces boast of engravings that take a cue from chatris that decorate the pillars of the Hutheesing temple at Ahmedabad, intricate motifs that decorate the pillars of the Vittala temple at Hampi that exude old world charm. The pieces ooze grandeur in every detail. The beautiful earrings, resplendent neck-pieces et al are now available columns in the stores.
Price: `75,000 onwards