This Label Makes Hand-Painted Wooden Jewellery That Represents Quintessential India
What Makes It Awesome
With the festive season upon us, we’ve been running helter-skelter hunting for the perfect accessories to match our clothing and in the middle of all this, we’ve found something that has put an end to this mad rush instantly. Meet Razia Kunj, a brand that’s making our heads turn with hand-painted wooden jewellery inspired by art from the walls of temples, galleries, dance forms, Indian folklore and even tribal art from the country. From rudraksh beads to Swarovski, cotton cords to treated metal, there are a number of elements that go into making these jewellery pieces. What makes it extra special is that each jewellery line is individually designed, hand painted and crafted over a few months by a team of artists. Their range includes handmade wooden earrings, wooden bangles, wooden necklaces, rings, buttons and brooches for women; and necklaces, bracelets, buttons and brooches for men. Their series include Moksha (new theme), Temple jewellery, Jharoka, Deviyan, Vignette and more. We personally loved their Shekhawati necklace collection, made with beads and full of colour, that’s priced at INR 6,000. Their range starts at INR 1,400 so if you’re on the lookout to gift something special, you know where to head.
How Much Did It Cost
₹1000 - ₹3000
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