Pushpakand (reversible) Necklace
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A piece that resembles pure elegance, the Pushpakand is made of cotton yarn and meenakari beads, along with semi-precious stones hand-knotted onto it. Meenakari is a Persian art of colouring the surface of metals by fusing brilliant colours. ‘Mina’ refers to the azure colour of heaven. Introduced in Rajasthan by Raja Mansingh of Amer, this Persian craft was originally used to create designs on the back of traditional Polki jewellery. This piece has been specially curated to be reversible and versatile as the beads are coloured differently on both sides.
cotton yarn, meenakari beads and semi precious stone
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