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Sabyasachi's Heritage Jewellery Collection Is An Ode To The Vintage Times!

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Step into the world of beautiful baubles that will last you a lifetime.

Sabyasachi is a prodigy designer no doubt. It is believed that his creations are not just tangible things but work of art that is worthy of having a world of their own. Even though his work is chiefly involved in making traditional couture creations comprising of lehengas, sarees, kurtas and salwar suits, the artist has, not surprisingly, expanded to creating exquisite jewellery to go along with his eponymous lehengas

One such collection - the Sabyasachi Heritage Jewellery Collection is heavily inspired by the bygone era, where art was romanticised and quality won over quantity. He describes, "I’m very fond of jewellery, maybe a tad sentimentally so. Growing up, I spent hours rummaging through my mother and grandmother's jewellery cupboards. Their taste was simply exquisite." His latest jewellery collection, too, is like a love letter to the vintage era, a warm hug to the royalty that India was! Here are some of the few jewellery pieces that we particularly loved from his heritage collection.


Maximalist Accents

This 'obscure boy from Kolkata' has not only earned his stripes in India, but he is also well celebrated internationally too. This maximalist-inspired jewellery from his heritage collection speaks volume about his love for design and aesthetics. We are in love with the 22 karat bridal necklace, complete with rubies and strung with the choicest pearls to give it a vintage appeal. The mang tikka and chandbali set help in finishing this beautiful bridal avatar.


The Maharani Edit

One look at this will transform you to the bygone eras of Maharanis, swathed in their choicest chiffon sarees and most importantly, pearls! Perhaps it was that thought then, that inspired him to recreate a similar jewellery design with some uncut jewels and pearls. If you are looking to not go too overboard with your jewellery for a function or even your wedding day, then you have the option of the best jewellery design here.


Indo Western Love

How many times has it been difficult for you to find a jewellery piece that can go along with your Indo-western attire? We are talking about sporting those long necklaces that can easily go with your glitzy polkas or even a high neck blouse. Love the charm necklace-inspired intricacy of the stones and emeralds in the necklace. Great for when you want to add a hint of colour to your outfit.

Photo Credit: Sabyasachi Jewelry
 

Baroque Buzz

Sabyasachi describes this piece as a "baroque-inspired uncut diamond set, strung with tourmalines and emeralds, in 18 karat gold." We couldn't agree more and think it would look great on a reception night or a light coloured saree. Otherwise too, this makes for a nice minimalistic jewellery option for a BFF's wedding. Don't forget to wear your personality on your sleeves and you'll shine!


Now, who said you have to be married to wear Sabyasachi jewellery... we definitely don't think so!



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