Kalyan Jewellers’ Muhurat matches the sensibilities of brides from different regions in India
KALYAN JEWELLERS’ MUHURAT encompasses the glow and glitter of gold into striking designs inspired by trends and traditions of different regions in India and beyond. From Temple Jewellery of South India to designs distinct to Bengal, the polki, diamond and gold jewellery fits the trousseau of any bride across India.
Talking about the collection, TS Kalyanaraman, Chairman and Managing Director, Kalyan Jewellers, tells us, “Muhurat means the auspicious time for celebration and our vision was to ensure that the Muhurat line has wedding jewellery options for every bride, from every part of India.” Located down the posh Camac Street address, the Kuwait-inspired edit at the store is opulent and clearly not for those who believe in minimalism. Imagine a 12-inch long gold necklace, falling like a cascade — an embodiment of fine craftsmanship, we say.
Their temple jewellery stands out for the exquisite antique finish with stones of different colours and enamel work. Apart from the bespoke necklaces strung with semi-precious stones, a choker with elephant motifs and pink stones outlining the jewellery caught our attention. So did a mangtika with a motif of Goddess Chamundi as the central piece. Coming to diamonds, the beautiful tones of rose and white gold holding the different shaped rocks are perfect for the wedding collection.
The popular filigree work of Orissa, done majorly on silver, also finds space here, giving the gold pieces more character. The polki sets with an amalgamation of symmetrical and asymmetrical uncut diamonds suit the aesthetics of those who want to add a touch of royalty to their look. A three-layered or single one, you can choose according to your requirement.
Moving from the traditional memos Muhurat also has an attractive contemporary collection for the new age brides. Highly versatile, you will find gold made more flexible here, so much so that it almost seems like an opulent fabric. And we loved a chic necklace with gold imitating tassels. Not to forget a cocktail ring that doubles up as a bracelet, a one-of-a-kind jewellery in their collection.
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