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Half-moon Thewa art Engraved earrings

Half-moon Thewa art Engraved earrings

Regular price Rs. 18,999.00
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Our exquisite earrings, where the Art of Thewa craftsmanship intertwines seamlessly with contemporary sophistication. These enchanting earrings are crafted in original Thewa art technique by Raghav Rajsoni, who designed this unique collection and brought new life to Thewa Art craft.

Core Attributes:-

1) The "Half-Moon Thewa-Engraved Earrings" offer a mesmerizing portrayal of celestial beauty, captured in every delicate detail. Crafted with unparalleled precision, these earrings feature two half-moon shapes, one larger and one smaller, adorned with intricate Thewa engravings reminiscent of celestial motifs.

2) At the pinnacle of each earring rests a dazzling stone, radiating brilliance and elegance with every glimmer. These stones, carefully selected for their quality and clarity, add a touch of celestial sparkle to the design, illuminating the wearer with their celestial charm.

3) Completing this celestial ensemble is a graceful drop-down pearl, suspended delicately from the larger half-moon. The pearl, a symbol of purity and grace, lends an ethereal quality to the earrings.

4) Each curve and contour is meticulously crafted, evoking the majesty of the night sky in a Thewa art earring.

 Length-2.8 inch,

Weight- 25 grams 

Colour- Red, Brown, Green, Blue and White

Plating- 22kt gold micron plating on silver framing

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

Locating exact duplicates of each piece is exceedingly rare owing to the exacting standards demanded by the intricate craftsmanship done by Raghav Rajsoni. This is a patented design, copying this will be a offence.

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.

Certificate of Authenticity

We provide GI certified products with a authenticity certificate in it.

Care Guide

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


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Genuine Price

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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