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Exquisite Midori Thewa Art Ring - Handcrafted Luxury In Every Inch

Exquisite Midori Thewa Art Ring - Handcrafted Luxury In Every Inch

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Exquisite Midori Thewa Art Ring - Handcrafted Luxury In Every Inch by Artisan of Rajsoni family 6th gen.

Discover the perfect addition to your traditional and festive wardrobe with the craftsmanship of a Thewa artisan.

Key features:

1. Delicate craftsmanship with a touch of luxury: Using a thin sheet of 23 carat gold, skilled artisans create intricate designs on it, incorporating floral, historical, and animal motifs using special tools.

2. Vibrant array of colours: Our art pieces feature a wide range of colors, including red, green, blue, white, and black, allowing for multiple variations to suit different preferences.

3. Glamorous motifs and cultural representation: This earrings set exudes timeless charm, showcasing intricate craftsmanship, and cultural finesse.

Length - 12x15 MM oval Weight- 4 gms

Size- 13 Indian size

Colour- Mint green and changes colour in darker shade according to skin tone Plating- 22k Gold Micron Plating

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

You will receive the ring in a Art of Thewa Handcrafted box.

As this is a handmade product it is very rare to create identical items. The product showcases the exceptional craftsmanship of artisans who have expertly handcrafted it using the time-honored Thewa art technique, ensuring that every piece is distinct and unparalleled in its uniqueness.

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 .

Shipping

Worldwide shipping available.

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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