A penchant for grandeur

Tuesday, 17 June 2014 - 6:40am IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA
Rajesh Tulsiani, Director, Dwarkadas Chandumal Jewellers, shares some of his favourite adornments

style="line-height: 1.6;">With a strong hold over contemporary designs, Rajesh Tulsiani has ensured that the brand is synonymous with magnificence and splendour.

Square kada
A twist on the circular bracelet, this square kada is high on the style quotient. It has round diamond and drop-shaped rose cuts held by yellow gold giving it a feel of opulence. With a concealed opening, this is an evergreen piece that will make any outfit alive.

Geometric necklace set
Geometry fuses with circles to inspire this modern necklace set. Interlinked chains made out of black diamonds support three descending circles that are made from a combination of baguettes, round diamonds and rose gold to lend it a timeless look. Perfect for an evening gown, this set will accentuate a long neck perfectly.

Bridal necklace set
The fusion look lent by the dual polishes of gold and white makes the necklace apt for the modern-day bride. A blanket choker of diamonds fills the neck while five linked strings of diamonds elongate it giving direction and flow. Semi-precious green coloured stones break the monotony of the plain diamonds.

Chandelier earrings
Lightweight and graceful, it was love at first sight when simple criss-crossing lines inspired the design for these earrings. Inspired by the Eiffel Tower, the chandelier earrings are set in white round diamonds making it a classic adornment. Pair it up with a little black dress or even an Indian anarkali.

Elephant bracelet
Two mighty elephants made from round black diamonds grab your attention with glistening eyes made from red rubies. The bracelet with its white round diamonds and polkis is perfect for Indian as well as western wear.

—Compiled by Shraddha Shirodkar
 




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