Sumaira (Neckpiece)

SKU: SUTANP32

Rs. 2,400

Only 2 Pieces Left in Stock

Country of Origin: India

Size & Fit: Length - 18.5 Inches , Pendant - 2.5 Inches , Width - 1.25 Inches

Care Instructions : Do not expose to perfumes and acidic substances. If required lightly polish with water soaked cloth

Material : Cotton threads and woollen pom-poms combined with Metal

Disclaimer: The pictures are clicked in daylight. Colour may vary slightly from the image due to the screen brightness

Note : The Jewellery is Non-Refundable & Non-Exchangeable

Available for shipping within India only.  

It was her 50th birthday and she sat there with a beautiful smile on her face. It was time to choose an heirloom to pass on to her daughter. When it came down to it, she did not choose her most expensive jewelry; instead she chose the first necklace she ever shared with her daughter for a fancy dress competition that the little one couldn’t contain her excitement about. And, just like that, she passed down not just a piece of beauty but also a moment of joy always ready to be experienced!

This stunning necklace with orange cotton threads and woolen pom-poms is here to conquer your heart with its irresistible charm!

P.S – Every product in this collection is hand-made and brings together elements of old jewelry curated from all over India and new threads and accents, both bringing out the best of each other. Due to this, ‘imperfections’ are a natural part of every product, as is the case with everything hand-made and/or resurrected. True to the spirit of Kintsugi that inspired this collection, these perceived imperfections add a unique charm to the products!

This piece of jewelry is hand-made with love. The various elements that are part of this piece are a mix of old and new, brought together in its most beautiful form. The metal pieces are curated from all over India and the additional accents are designed into the jewelry to bring out the best of the fusion of what was and what could be. Every piece pays a tribute to the spirit of Kintsugi by celebrating imperfections. 

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