Ahmedabad-based Harit Zaveri Jewellers introduce Heirloom Jewelry collection ‘Gaatha’

The new collection comprises handmade jewelry pieces blending contemporary craftsmanship with traditional designs

Harit Zaveri Indian traditional jewelry

October 22, 2020: Harit Zaveri Jewellers have launched their new collection of heirloom jewelry titled ‘Gaatha’. 
‘Gaatha’ means a verse of a poem used for narrating ancient legends in Sanskrit and it is perfectly in tune with the collection’s focus on age-old and timeless Indian traditions. The jewelry pieces from the collection portray a very strong narrative and are designed to take one down the memory lane and stories of grandmother’s treasured ornaments. 

Harit Zaveri Indian traditional jewelry long earrings

The ensemble comprises traditional kundan, jadau and polki jewellery sets which are entirely handmade and are an ode to excellent artisanship. The stones used are rubies, emeralds, turquoise, tourmalines and pearls with uncut diamonds, set immaculately in heritage styles that reflect the rich culture and history of India. 

Harit Zaveri Indian traditional jewelry pearl polki rings

With only the very highest quality stones used in each piece, the forms and shapes are majorly inspired by Hindustani art, folk motifs, birds and fish, and the Mughal Indian jewellery.

Harit Zaveri Indian traditional jewelry heavy gold necklace

The jewelry pieces are perfect as Indian festive season kicks off with the flamboyant 9-day Navratri festival. 

Harit Zaveri Indian traditional jewelry pearl bangles

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