The Jewelry Project, the brainchild of Deepti Sudhindra, specialises in gorgeous handcrafted jewellery made out of precious metal with a perfect blend of modern and traditional Indian designs. Deepti Sudhindra, a jewellery designer based out of Bangalore, brings out the best of modern accents with traditional Indian jewellery. The Jewelry Project has collections of jewellery inspired by nature and Indian heritage. Looking for easy everyday wear jewellery that you could wear to work or even a zoom call? The Jewelry Project has got you covered. Find a range of jewellery inspired by Indian mythology and largely on the marvels of Lord Shiva called Gatih. Find pendants with elements such as butterflies, flowers, and bugs made out of silver, mesh handcuffs with floral accents, and a long chain with the phases of the moon.
Her designs also draw inspiration from mother nature and are beautifully made into pieces of jewellery worth investing. If you are looking for traditional options, find temple jewellery in the form of jhumkas, chokers, necklaces, and bangles with enamelled rubies and emeralds that elevates your traditional ethnic outfits. They also have a line of kundan jewellery that is chic, simple and easy to wear as well as a line of resort wear jewellery to bring out the fashionista in you. If you have a particular design in mind, they also take up commission work and their team of designers will help you bring that to life. You can pick up their signature pieces from their store in Lavelle Road. The pieces made by The Jewelry Project are made out of precious and semi-precious metals and stones, and the prices here start at INR 1,500.