Vijayshree Sovani Silver Enamelled Jhumkas
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Vijayshree Sovani, a designer par excellence, and has won numerous awards in jewellery design at National and International Levels. She has an experience of nearly 15 years of making designer jewellery. Her Rio Tinto Global Design Award Winning Bracelet was featured in 2012 Oscars where her Bracelet "Sands of Time" was donned by Hollywood Celebrity and Presenter while hosting the TV Guide Oscars Red Carpet. It was also worn by Shaun Robinson in the 2013 Primetime Emmy Awards and has been featured in the Stylelab Celebrity Suite for the Oscars consecutively for the past 3 years. She has worked as a free lance designer for many Domestic and International Jewellery labels. Having created a number of masterpieces for other manufacturers and competitions it was time for her own signature label created with the aim of bringing exquisite designerjewellery to the people. Inspired by themes from daily facets of life, each of her silver jewellery collections touch us in a very special way. The sublime jewellery just cajoles your emotions like a caress and is opulent in looks yet unobtrusive and light on the pocket.The power to make a stone, a piece of metal look divine is what makes her keep creating something new. To break away from the school of thought that designer jewellery is always expensive, we are fired with a zeal to make something unique and at the same time affordable. Every women desires to wear fresh designs for every different occasion. This laid the foundation for Vijayshree Sovani Designs. Each jewellery piece of ours is a signature of philosophy and excellence. A personally Designed, Crafted and Created piece for each of you so that it does not remain the preserve of the Glitterati. Each piece is conceptualized based on a theme. The theme chosen are such which are associated with our daily life. Inspiration comes from anywhere and everywhere. Our collections have drawn inspiration from traditional art forms like the Madhubani Paintings, The Sanjhi Art, different embroidery stitches, mehendi patterns, design motifs like the paisley, the ancient pottery motifs and for that matter the inspiration been drawn from the design motifs of our Traditional Sarees – the Paithani to the Kantha and the Benarasi to the Kanjeevaram The search for Inspirations is unending and we will continue to design some very unique collections...
Inspired by the motifs of traditional sarees, these regal silver jhumkas will add a chic update to your ethnic outfits. Designed in 925 silver, these handmade earrings are styled with contrasting green and yellow enamel work that speaks volumes about the skilled artistry of the experienced craftsmen. Embellished with tiny silver hanging beads and equipped with an easy push back closure, these jhumkas are best worn with a white chikankari suit set and traditional mojris for unmatched elegance. Vijayshree Sovani, a designer par excellence, has an experience of nearly 15 years in jewellery-making and has won numerous awards in jewellery design at national and international levels. Inspired by themes from daily facets of life, each of her silver jewellery collections touch us in a very special way. To break away from the school of thought that designer jewellery is always expensive, she is fired with a zeal to make something unique and at the same time affordable.
Silver, Green, Yellow
925 Silver, Enamel
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