The latest addition to our collections is the Baoli Collection. Inspired by another traditional architectural element, the Stepwells of India, and the concept of running, trickling water.
The first engineered stepwells, date from ca 600CE in Gujarat. Stepwells, or Baoli, served other purposes than the provision of water alone. Descending down the Baoli for devotion, ritual purification and prayer, the daily use of water in their ceremonies and rituals.. Many stepwells were built near temples and mosques.
Descending down a Baoli is an almost spiritual sensation… Sweltering heat turns to an enveloping cool, and the noise above ground becomes hushed. Views telescope into indefinite space, constantly shifting, and one can tell neither the depth nor the length of the structure. Like an optical illusion.
The Baoli Collection comprises of 18k gold rings and earrings, decorated with vibrant enamels and paired with gemstones as blue Sapphire, Tanzanite, Tourmaline and Peridot.
This latest addition is again a reflection of our passion for traditional Indian Jewellery, combined with a fresh Western-centred perspective and modern interpretation of the rich Indian visual and cultural language.
As such, the collections carry a distinctive quality and substance that is similar to our collection of antique Indian heritage jewellery as compelling narratives are worked into wearable art.
Designs from our Contemporary Collections are crafted with only premium, ethically sourced materials from the region. Our team of expert artisans in our studio in Jaipur apply both traditional as well as contemporary goldsmith’s techniques, creating our bespoke jewellery collections.