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Blue Bianco Thewa Art Latkan Earrings - An Expression of Heritage Royalty

Blue Bianco Thewa Art Latkan Earrings - An Expression of Heritage Royalty

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These stunning earrings feature a two-tier design, with the second tier adorned with hanging motis and intricate flowery motifs. The tiers are asymmetrically sized, adding dynamic appeal to the piece. The earrings are completed with round-shaped latkans, exuding elegance and charm. Charms to look out for:-

1) The "Blue Bianco Thewa Art Latka Earrings" are a mesmerizing blend of elegance and craftsmanship. The asymmetric design creates visual interest, with the smaller tier delicately balanced by the larger tier adorned with hanging motis.

2) The intricate flowery motifs add a touch of delicacy and charm to the design, enhancing its overall beauty.

3) Completing the earrings are the round-shaped latkans, which sway gracefully with movement, adding a sense of allure and sophistication.

4) The combination of blue and bianco hues further enhances the earrings' appeal, lending a sense of refinement and sophistication.

Length- 1 inch Weight- 19 gram

Size- 14 MM round & 16 MM Round

Colour- Blue & White Plating- 22kt gold micron plating on silver framing

Material- 23 kt Gold work on glass and sterling silver Framing.

The item highlights the remarkable skill of artisans who have meticulously crafted it by hand using the traditional Thewa art technique, ensuring that each piece stands out and is unmatched in its individuality.

Vintage & unique

Thewa art is historically linked to Pratapgarh Rajasthan . The Art of Thewa was recognised by Maharawat Sawant Singh in 1761 when he bestowed craftsman Nathu Lal ji Soni with the tittle of RAJSONI . Thewa work is done with the help of a pen - like tool called tankla . It is almost like a painting of gold on glass background.

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Care Guide

Kindly avoid from direct use of oil, chemical and water .

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We Believe in supporting the art craft and its sustainability.
Part of our price goes towards the upliftment of Artisan in Thewa and it’s family.

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