Coloured Glass- And Pearl-Embellished Danglers (South Indian Temple Jewellery)
South Indian temple jewellery is among the finest of Indian-made jewellery. They are made by select artisans who specialise in making these pieces. This kind of jewellery is designed to grace idols installed in the magnificent temples of the South, hence the their name in Indian parlance. This pair of gold-coloured sterling silver danglers betrays the highly distinctive style of South Indian temple jewellery. The work is intricate and perfectly symmetrical; the embellishments are of the finest quality; and it has been made with a great deal of love and devotion to the idea of the devi.
Indeed, these danglers would make you look like a Hindu devi Herself (in Hindu dharm, every woman is considered a svaroopa of the devi). Teamed with a South Indian-style pooja saree that come with thick gold borders, these danglers would look great at a gathering with a traditional spin. Zoom in on the work to appreciate the precision with which this rare skill has been executed - the statement lattice-work, the gorgeous leaf- and petal-motifs, and the richly coloured glass gems that have been used to complete the work. Do not miss the super-miniscule pearls at the absolute bottom of the danglers.
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Sterling Silver7.7 inch Height