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Detachable/modular hoops with granulation work triangular locket in sterling silver and gold plated brass. The locket units can be removed from the hoops and threaded on a thin cord and worn as pendants.

Exquisite silver jewellery, inspired by cultural themes & craft skills

Exquisite silver jewellery, inspired by cultural themes & craft skills

Victoria-ear inspired locket necklace in sterling silver with matching bracelets.

Exquisite silver jewellery, inspired by cultural themes & craft skills

Victorian-era inspired lockets with granulation work in sterling silver and gold plated brass.

Exquisite silver jewellery, inspired by cultural themes & craft skills

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Exquisite silver jewellery, inspired by cultural themes & craft skills

Drawer rings in sterling silver and gold plated brass.

Exquisite silver jewellery, inspired by cultural themes & craft skills

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Amuletic choker with ancient "goddess/devi" die-stamp embossing in sterling silver with gold plated brass detailing.

Exquisite silver jewellery, inspired by cultural themes & craft skills

For the tribe of effortlessly cool! Amulet necklaces, bracelets and rings in sterling silver and gold plated brass.

Exquisite silver jewellery, inspired by cultural themes & craft skills

An example of THEWA jewellery. The style was inspired by the Mughals, and this work has been made in Chittor in Rajasthan for 400 years. The result is achieved by fusing an intricately worked thin sheet of gold in 23-carat gold alone, which comprises the design, into handmade, molten, coloured glass suggesting gem stones. A remarkable, very distinctive process. Apparently 18th c, and from Rajasthan, India. Shown on p. 74 of M.L. Nigam, *Indian Jewellery* (repr. 2001).  via Ethnic Jewellery…

An example of THEWA jewellery. The style was inspired by the Mughals, and this work has been made in Chittor in Rajasthan for 400 years. The result is achieved by fusing an intricately worked thin sheet of gold in 23-carat gold alone, which comprises the design, into handmade, molten, coloured glass suggesting gem stones. A remarkable, very distinctive process. Apparently 18th c, and from Rajasthan, India. Shown on p. 74 of M.L. Nigam, *Indian Jewellery* (repr. 2001). via Ethnic Jewellery…

Amuletic necklace and ring with ancient "deity" die-stamp embossing in sterling silver with gold plated brass detailing.

Exquisite silver jewellery, inspired by cultural themes & craft skills

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