Stereotypical Kanbala and Banal Jhar-Jhumka There are some ornaments the designs of which are quite indefinable, yet they seem extremely effective and efficient, attractive even. They're either bland or over-decorated and appear unlikely to perform well as fine jewellery. These two handcrafted natural guinea-gold earrings fall into that category.
Vrindavani Kanbala : A rage during the '50s and '60s, these unmistakeably Bengali naksha kanbalas now sit at the high-table of timeless style and good taste where they're comfortably paired with gowns, sheath dresses, turtleneck-and-trouser combinations, and, the best : the saree. Exquisitely put together by hand in rich yellow 22K gold,
Magnify the wedding pageant by adorning this dress in red and black color. This dress is designed with pristine all over embroidery and lace work. The dress comes with khadi top and jacquard bottom with sparkling chiffon dupatta.