A tickly usually comes to life at a wedding, mostly for the bride, unless you're from one of the north-western states, in which case there's a cultural tradition of wearing the ornament lifelong, a...
A tickly usually comes to life at a wedding, mostly for the bride, unless you're from one of the north-western states, in which case there's a cultural tradition of wearing the ornament lifelong, and it becomes an integral and important part of the precious personal accessories one adorns oneself with on a continual basis.
This tickly, made for a bride-to-be who hails from Assam, is derived from a katai jhapta earring which she saw and liked in our showroom. The adaptation involves using the crescent shape, keeping the katai infill intact, and bordering it generously with an Indian ruby, pearl and gold jhur. Knowing it might be in restricted use later, we've devised a seamless system of detaching the chain so that the frontispiece can be used as a pendant. A small ornament, but one that can change how you look on those special days when you choose to display it in its full glory.
For Priyankona Das, by whose name this jewel is known, is a brilliant computer technologist betrothed to an engineer who's chucked it all in to pursue a career as an actor.
Young people are increasingly making brave choices so that they can live their lives their way, in beauty and freedom, as blithe,super-cool individuals accountable only to themselves for their happiness, and that's the way it should be, for what more than their peace and happiness could their loved ones want for them.
We wish Priyankona, in her wedded life, finds both in ample measure and with a permanence wrought by love as an artist who blesses their union in the brightest, most joyous colours.