Let’s Go, Temple Hopping !!

India is known for its intricate designs, something which can be seen in jewellery too. There are several kinds of traditional jewellery artwork which is popular in India, one of which is temple jewelry.

Traditional temple jewellery is made of finest gold & embedded with several precious gems & stones.

The regal look of the temple jewelry which originated in the 9th century forms a valuable part of South India’s cultural heritage. It has now gained a lot of popularity among women and is used by classical dancers to add divinity & uniqueness to their look. Women wear it for attaining a graceful appearance at bridal functions or other traditional occasions.

Have a look at our Temple Collection:

PEACOCK CHARIOT FLORAL MESH GOLD PLATED NECKLACE:

 

 

A period piece designed as a flexible mesh of gold plated silver links shaped as stylised flower heads, suspending a fringe of gold plated silver bead terminals surmounted by a delightful three dimensional peacock setting on a chariot of two wheels and a base of four floral motifs.

GANESHA HAAR NECKLACE:

Seek divine blessings with the sacred Ganesha Haar Necklace that is large and wide to make a huge statement. Ganesha’s motif in the middle and intricate hand carvings, is what makes this piece so powerful and enchanting.

STUTI DURGA DOME GOLD PLATED RING:

 

Designed as GODDESS Durga also known as Stuti, on a dome shaped woven base, mounted with pure 24 Karat Gold Plating on pure 92.5 Sterling Silver with an adjustable shank.

 

LAKSHMI RED TEMPLE HARAM NECKLACE:

 

Get this magnificent gold plated typical Temple necklace with goddess Lakshmi seated on a lotus pendant. The ruby coloured glass stones in different patterns of paisley, triangle and circles suspended to the thick chain are all auspicious shapes – inspired from nature. The sun, mango and fan made of a palm frond!!!  This necklace could be a perfect companion to go with traditional outfits or do the Boho look wearing it with a long western dress.

 

SURYA RED GANESHA RING:

 

Designed like the rays emanating from the sun, with the centre that is a hand painting of the Lord Ganesha , this is an extremely beautiful and stunning statement ring.

KALASH KADA:

 

This kada is intricately handcrafted to give it a traditional look. Designed with the Kalash at the centre with an array of leaves on both the sides. The body has an intricate wave like design across the entire expanse. With beautiful Spinel stones set inside , it also comes with a screw fastening.Amazingly light weight , it still packs the punches.

CHOLA TEMPLE KADA:

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Intricately carved in South Indian temple style , complete with red spinnel stones , this one is a sure fire Statement piece. With a screw fastening , that makes it easy to wear.

 

MAHALAKSHMI RUBY GOLD KUNDAN NECKLACE:

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This necklace has an incredible mahalakshmi motif in nakashi work. Deep Ruby coloured spinel stones fringing the pendant as well as providing the arms of the necklace each painstakingly laid in a gold plated cabochon setting.

GOLD PLATED PEACOCK RUBY COLOUR STONE STATEMENT NECKLACE:

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An absolutely charming piece, this necklace consists of a double string of ruby coloured glass stones that merges into one string on each side at the fastening with two engraved peacock plaques on either side.

Temple jewelry with its priceless historical value and intricate designs has captured the Indian jewelry market. These pieces of jewelry are symbolic of the rich Indian traditions and are unlikely to go out of fashion for a long time to come.

 

Check more about Temple Jewellery only on www.ahilyajewels.com

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