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 Ear Ring
Ear Rings are a wonderful personal accessory adorned since ancient times. They represent style, flair and personality.
Necklace is considered as the most elegant and traditional piece of jewellery. Necklace is also known for carrying the rich values of Indian tradition.
 Nose Ring
Nose Rings are an essential part of an Indian woman’s daily life adornment. It can be worn only after the piercing is done. Nose rings are also known as nose studs or nose jewellery.
 Akbar Shah Diamond
Akbar Shah Diamond is also known as the “Lustre of the Peacock Throne”. It is a historic diamond of the early 17th century associated with the great Mughal Emperor Akbar the Great.
 Indian Tribal Jewellery
Indian Tribal Jewellery is especially known for its earthy charm. Each tribe has kept its unique style of jewellery intact even now.
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