Abhaya Silver Danglers
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A graphic interpretation of traditional Indian danglers, these hand-crafted earrings make a distinctive statement. Inspired by elements of Islamic architecture, they have a beaten silver dome, finished off with delicate fretwork. Crafted from silver, they have a distinctive matte finish that will tarnish gently with age.
Length: 5 cm
Diameter: 3 cm
Weight of each earring: 25 gm
Store in an air-tight zip lock bag to delay natural tarnishing
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How did you get started designing jewellery?
I spent a decade in the advertising business across India and Singapore examining the cultural landscape of the region and crafting locally relevant stories for global brands. I travelled a lot through Southeast Asia and became increasingly aware that in its art, architecture, textile tradition, theatre and worship, Asia has compelling design stories of its own waiting to be told to the world. I wanted to combine the extraordinary jewellery crafting heritage of Asia and my own preoccupation with the cultures and arts of the region to design jewellery that tells a story.
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I am deeply motivated by a need to transcend restrictive labels like ethnic, Bollywood, boho and traditional, and contribute towards a meaningful conversation about Asia’s stunning design heritage. I employ a studied restraint in my designs in an effort to invite meaningful dialogue instead of statements. Dvibhumi is therefore strictly off-trend, far-removed from bling, and appeals to the woman who seeks to know rather than show. And that is why I see myself as part jewellery designer and largely contributor to a new conversation around contemporary design rooted in Asian heritage.
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