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Set in stone

  • Published at 03:09 pm December 16th, 2018
Set in stone
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Jarwa House taps into the current fascination for vintage regalia

Every time Bollywood drops another star-studded period piece, or announces another stellar jodi making their way to the mandap, you can be sure our jewelers are sitting up and taking note.  With social media stoking the FOMO fires with stunning photos of the celeb darlings in all their brilliant baubles, come wedding season, the demand for similar ornamentation goes through the roof.

With the success of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmaavat, and the subsequent wedding of its stars Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh, the fascination for medieval South Asian jewellery styles has never been stronger.  

Diamond chokers, large uncut jewels and semi-precious stones, and polki sets are all the rage right now, and the shiny, contemporary styles are taking a back seat for more rustic, regal looks fit for a rebel queen.

Jarwa House, one of the leading names in the jewellery scene in Bangladesh has kept its eye on the ball, and have rolled out the regalia to greet the wedding months with appropriate sparkle. 

Combining traditional styles with a modern twist, their designs take into account the demands of cosmopolitan clients who are just as likely to fly off to an exotic location for their big event as they are to splurge on an elaborate wedding on home shores. The Jarwa House pieces are versatile, elegant, and a stylish update to any kind of outfit.

Whether you’re preparing for your big day, or gracing someone else’s do as a guest, finish your look with some hot rocks and a little sparkle.