A Spotlight On Fusion Jewelry

Fusion Jewelry

We broke the rules of classic jewelry and infused a brand new appeal. The fusion creation is all about coupling ethnic and contemporary components and patterns. This unique assortment endeavors to pair modern technology and traditional motifs. India was long ruled by Mughal Dynasty; a reign famous for its art, culture, poetry and not to forget, its rich taste in jewelry. Since the world has become a fusion in itself; a blend of language, customs, ideas, so why not amalgamate western know-how with ethnic beauty.

The ancient ornaments of Maharajas and Maharanis were truly an example of extraordinary craftsmanship and dedication. They stressed on statement pieces decked with opulent diamonds, rose cut beads, sapphires, pearls, and emeralds. Neha Lulla, a label in jewelry world, made her debut in International Jewelry Week, 2012 by her spectacular Tara Jauhar Collection, which is a mélange of indigenous and latest designs. Her couture jewelry creations spelled beauty and royalty in every bit. What sets apart this collection is the maximum use of gold that is utterly vibrant metal.

Interlaced with pure gold, our Fusion collection is not restricted to any style as such. A true portrait of Indian culture and heritage, we have bangles, bracelets, pendants, earrings, necklace and rings in fusion jewelry. Furnished with modern round cut diamonds, we have stylish motifs of peacock, flowers, leaf, hamsa, etc. Enough said about the beauty, let’s roll the eyes on some of the most demanded fusion pieces throughout the world.

Fusion Chandelier EarringsThis gorgeous pair of chandeliers is inspired from Mughal Harem. Numerous rings of gold and diamonds are falling like a nautical star.

Fusion Gold Diamond BangleYellow represents warmth in winters. This fusion bangle has earned devotees of women; especially the ones who love to wear jewelry that reflects their individuality.
This year, go a little out of the leak and make a memorable addition to your jewelry box.

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