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Olivia Earrings – Green Onyx

Dangling Sterling silver 24kt gold plated Green Onyx drop earrings, enveloped with  laser cut metal work.

Many of our  jewellery pieces are handcrafted and use natural semi precious stones. As a result each piece is unique and may have slight colour or design variation from the image on our website.

 

Peacock Earrings – Green

Featuring a pair of antique 24 kt gold plated gold, peacock dangler earrings, with Green enamel work and colourless quartz semi precious stone all over , set is Sterling Silver (925) metal.

 

Many of our  jewellery pieces are handcrafted and use natural semi precious stones. As a result each piece is unique and may have slight colour or design variation from the image on our website.

 

Elena Earrings – Red & Green

Sterling Silver, 24Kt Gold plated “Elena” earrings with Red Garnets semi precious stone, embellished with Green enamel work and white fresh water pearls.

 

Many of our  jewellery pieces are handcrafted and use natural semi precious stones. As a result each peice is unique and may have slight colour or design variation from the image on our website.

 

Green Onyx Gem Bangle

Sterling Silver 24kt gold micro plated bangle decorated with 8 square Green Onyx gem stones. Wear them Stack on or single. Perfect from day to night.

“Aisha” Drop Earrings – Green

Sterling Silver “Aisha” drop earrings with Round and Tear Drop shape Colourless Quartz centre stone, surrounded by Green Quartz semi precious stones.

Many of our  jewellery pieces are handcrafted and use natural semi precious stones. As a result each piece is unique and may have slight colour or design variation from the image on our website.

 

Elena Earrings – Green

Sterling Silver, 24Kt Gold plated “Elena” earrings with Green Onyx & Green Crystal Quartz semi precious stone, embelished with Green enamel work and white fresh water pearls.

 

Many of our  jewellery pieces are handcrafted and use natural semi precious stones. As a result each peice is unique and may have slight colour or design variation from the image on our website.

 

Josaphine Earrings – Green

Sterling Silver, 24Kt Gold plated “Josaphine” earrings with tear drop shaped Green Onyx semi precious stone and white fresh water pearls combined with oval shape colourless Quartz

 

Many of our  jewellery pieces are handcrafted and use natural semi precious stones. As a result each peice is unique and may have slight colour or design variation from the image on our website.

 

Maasoom Bangles Set – Green

Hand crafted, round metallic frame bangles encrusted with glittered lac, glass beads and diamonte.

Perfect accessory for any evening outfit . Wear them by stacking-up multiple bangles or  mix different colours together.

“Gold Burst” Earrings – Green

Sterling Silver (925) 24Kt Gold plated,”Gold Burst” earrings with colourless Zircon and Green Onyx semi precious Earrings.

Many of our  jewellery pieces are handcrafted and use natural semi precious stones. As a result each piece is unique and may have slight colour or design variation from the image on our website.

 

Sophia Earrings – Green Onyx

Sterling Silver, 24Kt Gold plated “Sophia” earrings with oval shaped carved green onyx semi precious stone and white tear drop shaped fresh water pearls.

 

Many of our  jewellery pieces are handcrafted and use natural semi precious stones. As a result each peice is unique and may have slight colour or design variation from the image on our website.

 

Macedonian Dangle – Green

Sterling Silver (925) with 24Kt Gold plated edges with semi -precious center bead and Pearl drops “Macedonian” earrings.

These earrings are also available in Peridot, Amethyst and Garnet beads.

As featured in Weight Watcher’s Magazine, July 2011

Silver and Gold Macedonian Danglers

Green “Koel” Danglers

Light weight hand made silver colour “Koel” danglers studded with glass stones and green colour stones & beads

NOTE: This earring is on SALE as one of the bead drop’s green colour has faded slightly compared to the other.

As worn by:

Green Kundan “Glam Princess” Earrings

Copper Metal Alloy mix Kundan “Glam Princess” Danglers with supporting ear chain.

These ear chains are great in carrying the weight off the ear and keeping the earring straight and in correct position.

First wear the main part of the earring like any normal earring.  Then take the chain part of the earring and wear it over/around the ear and place it behind the ear. Finally take the round end of the chain and insert it into the back of the earring (stick) and place the screw after it to lock the chain in.

Green Chalcedony Gem Bangle

Sterling Silver 24kt gold micro plated bangle decorated with 4 square Green Chalcedony gem stones. Wear them Stack on or single. Perfect from day to night

Size: Small – 2/3

Leather “Princess Yasmine” Baroque Ballet Flats – Green

These shoes are 100% leather and are handmade and hand embroidered.

As a standard design these shoes do not have a left or right foot. However after a few wears, they adapt and mould to the shape of the left and right foot.

As featured in The Australian Women’s Weekly Magazine, October 2012 & That’s Life Magazine

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Leather “Princess Amirah” Ballet Flats – Green

Leather Princess Amirah Ballet Flats

These shoes are 100% leather and are handmade and hand embroidered.

As a standard design these shoes do not have a left or right foot. However after a few wears, they adapt and mould to the shape of the left and right foot.

As featured in The Australian Women’s Weekly Magazine, October 2012

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Green “Savanah” Necklace

This elegant sterling silver (925) necklace has 3 shades of green crystal strings that are twisted intricately to create a feminine silhouette that is easy to wear on any occasion.

Green Claudia Cuff

Green Claudia Cuff “Alloy Metal (Nickel Free) with 18th Kt micro gold plated cuff with green agate gem stones inlays.

Wear this stunning piece during the day with jeans and dressy shirt or at night with a cocktail dress to add just the right amount of glamour to your outfit.”

“Jadore” Necklace – White

Copper Gold Plated “Jadore” Necklaces with 11 semi precious stones:

  • Green & Black Onyx,
  • Rose Quartz,
  • Bloodstone,
  • Moss Agate,
  • Orange & Green Aventurine Stones,
  • Carnelian,
  • Lepidolite and
  • Rutilated Quartz.
  • White Lace Agate

NOTE: Due to the organic nature of the stones, the shape, colour and size of each piece may slightly vary.

“Tabitha” Hook Earrings

Sparkling, semi-precious Reddish/PinkishTourmaline Drop with Green Onyx framed in brillian hand hammered vermeil.

Length: 8.8cms

Note: Vermeil is Gold Plated sterling silver (925) metal.

 

Many of our  jewellery pieces are handcrafted and use natural semi precious stones. As a result each peice is unique and may have slight colour or design variation from the image on our website.

 

Laurell Bracelet

Brass with 18 Karat gold plated adjustable, delicate flowers cuff with light green chalcedony, colourless zircons and Labrodorite semi precious stones.

Always store the jewellery in a pouch, so it is not exposed to air, water or any chemical.
Do not spray perfume directly on the jewellery or use any harsh chemicals when cleaning your jewellery piece.
Always use a soft cloth to clear the jewellery and the gemstones.

Stephanie Bracelet

Brass with 18 Karat gold plated adjustable, delicate petals cuff with light Blue and light Green Chalcedony, colourless zircons, Labrodorite and Amethyst semi precious stones.

Always store the jewellery in a pouch, so it is not exposed to air, water or any chemical.
Do not spray perfume directly on the jewellery or use any harsh chemicals when cleaning your jewellery piece.
Always use a soft cloth to clear the jewellery and the gemstones.

Jeanie Bracelet

Brass with 18 Karat gold plated adjustable, delicate petals cuff with light Blue and light Green Chalcedony, Colourless zircons, Labrodorite and Amethyst semi precious stones.

Always store the jewellery in a pouch, so it is not exposed to air, water or any chemical.
Do not spray perfume directly on the jewellery or use any harsh chemicals when cleaning your jewellery piece.
Always use a soft cloth to clear the jewellery and the gemstones.

Chrissy ring

Brass with 18 Karat gold plated filigree detailed adjustable cocktail knucke ring, made with Green Chalcedony and Green Onyx semi precious stones.

Always store the jewellery in a pouch, so it is not exposed to air, water or any chemical.
Do not spray perfume directly on the jewellery or use any harsh chemicals when cleaning your jewellery piece.
Always use a soft cloth to clear the jewellery and the gemstones.

Olivia Cuff

Brass with 18 Karat gold plated lace open cuff with Blue and green Chalcedony precious stones.

As worn by Bachelorette Rachel in episode 5 on THE BACHELOR AUSTRALIA 2015

 

Always store the jewellery in a pouch, so it is not exposed to air, water or any chemical.
Do not spray perfume directly on the jewellery or use any harsh chemicals when cleaning your jewellery piece.
Always use a soft cloth to clear the jewellery and the gemstones.

Marie Claire Magazine – August 2015

Marie Claire Aug 2015

Magazine: Marie Claire August 2015 issue

Products featured:

  • Turquoise Aini Hoops
  • White with Black Stones Flower Cuff
  • Black with Green Stones Astha Cuff
  • Turquoise & Green Chalcedony Gem Bangles.

Marie Claire Aug 2015

Kundan Maag Tikka Husniya-Headpiece

Husniya Headpiece

Sterling Silver Alloy Metal mix with Micro gold plating, Kundan “Husniya Headpiece” with round and Pear shape mirrors, Red and Green stones, baby white pearls and light pink stone drop.

Perfect head accessory for Bohemian Bride and bridesmaids

Maang Tikka (Headpiece) is an Indian hair jewellery that is worn by the bride in center parting of the hair. It comprises of a string, with a center piece attached to one end and a hook to the other. The pendant is covered with stones and has tiny dangling beads in the front. There is a hook at the end of the chain which has to be attached into the parting of the hair.

Kundan Maag Tikka “Aasfa-headpiece”

Aasfa headpiece

Sterling Silver Alloy Metal mix with Micro gold plating, Kundan “Aasfa Headpiece” with round mirrors, white pearls and green stone drop.

Perfect head accessory for Bohemian Bride and bridesmaids

Maang Tikka (Headpiece) is an Indian hair jewellery that is worn by the bride in center parting of the hair. It comprises of a string, with a center piece attached to one end and a hook to the other. The pendant is covered with stones and has tiny dangling beads in the front. There is a hook at the end of the chain which has to be attached into the parting of the hair.

Prerna earrings

Prerna earrings

Sterling Silver (925) 24kt Gold Plated earring with Black Rhodium finish studded with Green Onyx semi precious stone.

Shipping

Delivery Within Australia

Most in-stock items are shipped within 24 hours of ordering after order has been confirmed via email and payment has been received. However, some orders may take up to 48 hours to process. We do not ship on Saturdays, Sundays or Australian public holidays.

All deliveries within Australia will arrive in approximatly 7 to 10 working days via Australia Post.

All Australian orders are registered and so must be signed for by the recipient either at their delivery address or at the local post office if no one is available at the delivery address to sign.

If your parcel cannot be delivered for some reason, Australia Post will leave a calling card and you will be able to pick up your parcel at a time stated in the calling card. Should your item not arrive within the estimated delivery time please contact us immediately.

Please note that items ordered together may not be shipped out on the same day, and occasionally items may be temporarily out-of-stock or backordered. You will be alerted in either instance and will be provided an approximate date of shipment. Rest assured any shipping delay will be communicated to you via an email. Should any other unforeseen delay occur, you will be notified within 10 days of placing your order.

How We Determine Rates

  • Shipping and handling charges till 1Kg have a flat fee of AUD $14.95.
  • Not subject to special offers.
  • All orders will be processed within 48 hours 

Australian Shipping Rates 

For your protection all parcels within Australia will be sent through Registered Mail.

  • Australian Postage for goods (weighing up to 1Kg) : Flat rate $14.95
  • For Bulk orders (weighing over 1Kg): Contact us for Shipping charges.

NOTE: Sydney customers can also ring or email Punjaban Diva to “Place an Item on Hold” and can arrange to pick up the item from our studio at a later time.

International Shipping:

Countries outside Australia will receive orders in approximately 14-21 working days. For your protection all parcels sent as Registered Post International.  International orders are not subject to special offers. Use the following table to calculate shipping charges for international destinations:

 Weight
 Zone 1
New Zealand
 Zone 2
China/Japan/HK
 Zone 3
Asia
 Zone 4
USA & Canada
 Zone 5
   Paskistan & Small Islands
 Zone 6
 U.K & Europe
 Zone 7
 All Europe
 Zone 8
 Rest of the World
 Up to 500g
 $17.55
 $19.25
 $23.00
 $21.10
 $24.25 
 $25.20
 $31.05
 $32.30 
 500g to 1kg
 28.15
 $32.30
 $37.00
 $36.70
 $38.45 
 $46.10 
 $54.25 
 $56.90
For complete list of countries in each region please see below:
 Zone 1
 Zone 2
 Zone 3
 Zone 4
 Zone 5
 Zone 6
 Zone 7
 New Zealand
 China
Japan
Hong Kong
 India
Indonesia
Malaysia
Thailand
Taiwan
Republic of Korea
Democratic Republic of Korea
Singapore
Vietnam
 Canada
United State of America
United States Minor Outlying Islands
 Nauru
Nepal
New Caledonia
Niue
Northern Mariana Islan
Pakistan
Palau
Papua New Guinea
Philipines
Pitcairn
Samoa
Solomon Island
Sri Lanka
Timor Leste
Tokelau
Tonga
Tuvalu
Wallis and Futuna
 France

Germany
Ireland
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
 The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
Malta
Montenegro
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Russia Federation
Serbia
Slovakia
Slovenia
South Africa
Turkey
Ukraine
Zone 8
Bahrain
Barbados
Belarus
Belize
Benin
Bermuda
Bhutan
Bolivia
Botswana
British Indian Ocean Territory
Burkina Faso
 Cameroon
Cape Verde
Cayman Island
Central African
Republic
Chad
Chile
Colombia
Comoros
Congo
The Democratic Republic of CongoCosta Rica
Cote d’lvoire
Cuba
Djibouti
Dominica
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
Egypt
El Salvador
Equatorial Guinea
Eritrea
Ethopia
Falkland Island (Malvinas)
Gambia
Georgia
Ghana
Gibraltar
Greenland
Grenada
Guadelaupe
Guatemala
Guinea
Guinea-Bassau
Guyana
Haiti
Holy See (Vatican City State)
Honduras
Iraq
 
Islamic Republic of Iran
Isreal
Jamaica
Jordan
Kazakstan
Kenya
Kuwait
Kyrgyzstan
Latvia
Lebanon
Lesotho
Liberia
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
Liechtenstein
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Madagascar
Malawi
Mali
Martinique
 
 
Mauritius
Mexico
Republic of Moldova
Mongolia
Montserrat
Morocco
Mozambique
Niger
Nigeria
Oman
Panama
Paraguay
Peru
Puerto Rico
Qatar
Reunion
Rwanda
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Lucia
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
 
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Sao Tome and Principe
Saudi Arabia
Senegal
Seychelles
Sierra Lione
Somalia
Sudan
Suriname
Swaziland
Syrian Arab Republic
Tajikistan
United Republic of Tanzania
Tongo
 
 
Trinidad and Tabago
Tristan da Cunha
Tunisia
Turkmenistan
Turks and Caicos Island
Uganda
United Arab Emirates
Uruguary
Uzbekistan
Venezuela
British Virgin Island
U.S Virgin Island
Yemem
Zambia
Zimbabwe
 
 
 

**Express International Delivery (3-7 Business Days), Express Courier Delivery (2-4 Business Days) and Express Courier Platinum Delivery (2 Business Days) is available upon request. 

For Bulk orders (weighing over 1Kg): Contact us for Shipping charges

Postal charge does not include possible taxes and duties which may be applied by customs in the country where the order originated. The responsibility for any customs duties, foreign taxes or other fees which may be imposed will rest with the customer. To comply with Australian export regulations, we are required to declare the exact value of all items ordered and to mark them as dutiable “merchandise”. We are also prohibited by law from marking the order as a “gift”, even if order is placed with the intention of sending to a gift recipient. For further information, it may be necessary to call local customs offices to gain further details. 

Please Note that shipping will be delayed due to Public Holidays.

Once your order has been processed you will receive a confirmation email to advise that your order has been shipped. 

Our Jewellery

Lac (Wax) Jewellery

green-original-raised-bangleLac is a resinous substance produced by a female Lac insect. Even though Lac jewellery was originally developed from the city of Bikaner in the Indian state of Rajasthan, this famous traditional handcrafted ethnic jewellery is also made in other cities of Rajasthan including the famous Pink City called Jaipur. Though this type of jewellery is normally referred to as ‘Lac Jewellery’ it is in fact ‘Lac Filled Jewellery’, as Lac or wax is filled in the hollow silver foil piece to give it strength. Among the various items in Lac jewellery, the bangles need a special mention. Bangles made of Lac are of bright colour and glass work done on them makes them more attractive. Rajasthani people believe that Lac bangles bring good omen to those who wear them.

The process of making Lac jewellery is complex and varies from making Lac earrings to Lac Bangles. The many stages when making such highly artistic, elaborate Lac earrings with stylish patterns, embellishment of rhinestones and beads are explained below:

Creation of Design and Mould
The design of the jewellery (earring or necklace) is first drawn and given to the mould maker. A solid brass metal mould is made by etching out the design on top of the mould. A separate mould is made for the front and one for the reverse of the jewellery piece.

Imprinting and Stamping
Once the mould is ready, a thin sheet of silver foil, on which the design is to be transferred is placed over the mould and is hammered gently with a rubber headed mallet. This process is called imprinting and the same process is done for the reverse side of the mould. The two pieces of the imprinted silver foil are then fitted together to form a delicate hollow silver shell.

Enamelling
There are a total of nine main colours that are used during the enamelling process. These are: White, Gold, Pink, Blue Parrot Green, Red, Bottle Green, Turquoise, Orange and Black. Depending upon the desired colour, the whole shell is painted with one of the 9 colours and then placed in a hot cylindrical kiln for the enamel to set permanently.

Lac Filling
Prior to filling the silver shell with Lac wax, it is covered with clay mud in order to protect its delicate state. Once the mud gets dried, the shell is placed over hot plate/sand to heat up the clay, making it easy to insert Lac through a needle straw into its hollow silver shell. Once the shell is filled with Lac, it becomes solid and is strong enough to be used as jewellery.

Cleaning and Polishing

Once the Lac filling has settled inside the silver shell, the protective clay mug is washed and cleaned with soap and a gentle brush until the pieces give a lustrous shine. Each piece is then gold polished usually to create outlines and borders, places where the base enamel did not settle. The final finishing is done by touching up where the gold polish and enamel is distorted.

Embellishment
Depending upon the design, Rhinestones are pressed into the silver foil and set in the wax and beads are attached to finish each piece.

Kudan Jewellery

maharani-cuffKudan/Polki is one of the oldest arts of jewellery making in India that found great patronage during the Mughal Era in India. The word “Kudan” refers to the type and method used to set stones and gems on a piece of jewellery. Authentic Kudan jewellery is made in 24 carat gold. However pure silver or silver with gold polish is also widely used today to create mesmerising pieces that are relatively low in price.

Kudan Jewellery is not entirely made out of gold or silver. Highly refined gold/silver is used in conjunction with a special material called Lac to create a mould in which stones, crystal or glass are set. Provided below is a detailed look into the entire process of making a single Kundan jewellery piece:

Step 1: The process starts with a goldsmith creating a gold stencil followed by a designer outlining a design on the gold/silver surface and polishing it to make it stand out.

Step 2: Next the engraver lowers those areas of the metal that will take the enamel and pours in enamel colour. The enamel filled surface is then heated up to fuse the enamel with gold/silver thereby evening out the surface.

Step 3: Each individual piece of jewellery with tiny depressions is first made separately out of gold or silver. These pieces are then soldered together to make the whole piece.

Step 4: Lac is then laid into these depressions and once dry, a thin layer of highly refined gold/silver is poured into the depression to cover the Lac. Only then are stones, crystals or glass pushed right in, into the still pliable Kundan.

One significant reasons why Kudan jewellery is still desired by many jewellery lovers is because it was once worn by kings and queens of India, which makes it even more attractive.

Semi-Precious: Silver & Gold Plated Jewellery

sunflower-earringsAt Punjaban Diva, our “Goddess” collection includes classic traditional Indian jewellery with craftsmanship of the 16th Century which gained patronage of the kings and nobility. These often ‘One-Off’ pieces are made using silver and are sometimes gold plated with 18 kt gold. Our “Goddess” jewellery also uses semi precious stones, with the exception of a synthetic diamond like stone called Zirconia.

Note: At Punjaban Diva, our photo editors take utmost care to accurately represent the colour and appearance of all the jewellery and accessories on our website. However, variations in shades inevitably occur due to variations in colour settings of each computer/laptop monitors. In light of that we aim to provide descriptive names for colours and shades present in our jewellery pieces and accessories so as to give you the most accurate idea of each product.

Punjaban Diva makes every effort to ensure all goods dispatched are in excellent condition and well packaged. All of the merchandise sold on our website is imitation, costume, fashion jewellery, unless otherwise clearly stated and will require proper care taking as many pieces are delicate in nature. This guarantee does not cover customer neglect or damage.

Vironika Necklace

Sparkling, rough green agate semi-precious stone pendant, framed in brilliant hand hammered 24kt gold micro plated vermeil.

For a bohemian luxe day look, wear it with low neck dressy blouse with pants or skirt.

Cherrie Cuff

Alloy Metal (Nickel Free) 18th Kt Gold Plated with Green Onyx, Amethyst, Moonstone and Pearl cuff.

Our Story

Punjaban Diva Our StoryGabby Garewal with her mum Bubbles Garewal, who has been her source of inspiration.

As a Punjaban*, jewellery has always been an integral part of my Punjabi heritage. From an early age, I used to get mesmerized by the sparkle and shine of fine jewellery worn by all the Punjaban women in my family. As a teenager, I used to always sit next to my mum’s dressing table and eagerly await the moment when she would open her green vanity case and try on each piece of jewellery until she found the one that best enhanced her outfit. As she carefully placed back each piece of jewellery in the vanity case, I would pick it up again and start to admire myself in the mirror. Sometimes, if I was lucky, my mum would lend me one of her lighter pieces of jewellery to wear on special occasions. As I matured over time, my mum gradually handed down many of her classic pieces of jewellery from her collection. These days, in the hope of emulating her effortless elegance and style for which she is still well known amongst her friends, I prefer to wear my mum’s classic pieces of jewellery rather than the ones I have bought myself.

Over the years, through my travels around the world, I have collected some unique pieces of jewellery which when worn have been admired and complimented by friends and acquaintances. There are now moments in our family when I share my collection with mum, the same way she shared her’s with me during my teenage years.

I believe that the right piece of jewellery can not only uplift a woman’s spirit but can also bring elegance and life to a simple outfit instantly when worn appropriately. A simple but timeless piece of advice that my mum once gave me was to constantly experiment with a variety of classic jewellery and accessories with the clothes to create new and refreshed looks for different occasions. This has lead me to develop my visionary online store where anyone who is enthusiastic about their jewellery are able to find unique pieces with delicate and intricate craftsmanship that exudes their inner and outer personality. Each one of my collections emulates my heritage and experience with jewellery, and is carefully selected while keeping up with the trends that span the world.

*Punjab is a state in Northwest part of India from where my family originates.

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Punjaban Diva Our Story

Gabby Garewal with her mum Bubbles Garewal, who has been her source of inspiration.

As a Punjaban*, jewellery has always been an integral part of my Punjabi heritage. From an early age, I used to get mesmerized by the sparkle and shine of fine jewellery worn by all the Punjaban women in my family. As a teenager, I used to always sit next to my mum’s dressing table and eagerly await the moment when she would open her green vanity case and try on each piece of jewellery until she found the one that best enhanced her outfit. As she carefully placed back each piece of jewellery in the vanity case, I would pick it up again and start to admire myself in the mirror. Sometimes, if I was lucky, my mum would lend me one of her lighter pieces of jewellery to wear on special occasions. As I matured over time, my mum gradually handed down many of her classic pieces of jewellery from her collection. These days, in the hope of emulating her effortless elegance and style for which she is still well known amongst her friends, I prefer to wear my mum’s classic pieces of jewellery rather than the ones I have bought myself.

Over the years, through my travels around the world, I have collected some unique pieces of jewellery which when worn have been admired and complimented by friends and acquaintances. There are now moments in our family when I share my collection with mum, the same way she shared her’s with me during my teenage years.

I believe that the right piece of jewellery can not only uplift a woman’s spirit but can also bring elegance and life to a simple outfit instantly when worn appropriately. A simple but timeless piece of advice that my mum once gave me was to constantly experiment with a variety of classic jewellery and accessories with the clothes to create new and refreshed looks for different occasions. This has lead me to develop my visionary online store where anyone who is enthusiastic about their jewellery are able to find unique pieces with delicate and intricate craftsmanship that exudes their inner and outer personality. Each one of my collections emulates my heritage and experience with jewellery, and is carefully selected while keeping up with the trends that span the world.

*Punjab is a state in Northwest part of India from where my family originates.