Laxmi Jewellery keeps Indian tradition alive
MUMBAI, August 7, 2013 – Opulent masterpieces from Laxmi Jewellery presented on the catwalk on Day 4 at the India International Jewellery Week (IIJW) keep Indian jewellery tradition alive.
Laxmi showcased 22k kundan jewellery with an antique finish. Kundan Art Jewellery features antiquity and contemporary art inspired by Indian royal heritage.
Laxmi Jewellery also revealed its expertise in diamond and colour gemstone jewellery at the Jewellery Week event staged in the Grand Hyatt, Mumbai.
Laxmi promotes traditional Indian jewellery crafting by infusing tradition with trends.
The motto is to keep tradition alive.
The jeweller gathers authentic workmanship from all over India and handcrafts the masterpieces.
At an earlier catwalk event, Adorn, India’s first luxury jewellery magazine, supported Dhora, a designer label featuring handmade jewellery.
Drawing inspiration from their regional handicrafts in the desert state of Rajasthan, co-founders Aavriti R. Jain and Siddharth Daspan aim to redevelop the values of yesterday in a contemporary way.
Also featured were pieces from ‘RIVAAYAT by Meera Rohit’, a fashion house offering an exquisite collection of ethnic Indian jewellery.
Designers at RIVAAYAT breathe life into the age-old traditions that colour Indian heritage through the large variety of historical arts and crafts.