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Size Guide

For Necklaces & Earrings

  • Kindly refer to the product description for details on measurement and weight of the product.

For Finger & Toe Rings 

  • While most of our rings are adjustable, there might be few that come in fixed sizes. (You can find this information in the product description) 
  • If you already have a ring that fits well, it is possible to determine your ring size by tracing the ring’s inner circumference on a piece of paper using a very sharp pencil. Measure the diameter of the circle in millimeters and find the corresponding ring size on the ring size chart.
  • You can also cut a piece of non-stretchable string or thin wire.
  • Wrap the piece of string or wire around the finger where you will be wearing the ring, ensuring that it is neither too loose nor too tight.
  • Use a ring size guide that’s freely available online to convert the inner circumference measurements to your ideal size of the ring. 

NOTE: The size of the finger changes due to the temperature. Fingers usually become larger in warm weather and smaller in cold weather. Only measure your finger at the end of the day and in warm temperatures since the finger will be at its largest at this time.


For Cuffs | Bangle | Anklets 
  • Please refer to the description / drop down menu (as applicable to the product) for information on sizing details as there are those that are either adjustable / non adjustable/ come in fixed sizes.
  • Take a measuring tape. If you don't have one please take a regular string.
  • Tie it around your wrist, at the same place you wear a watch - right under your wrist bone.
  • If you are using a string or a thread please take the same and measure it against a scale.  Finally, refer to the bangle chart to find your size in inches.

NOTE: For Vintage products measurements will be marginally bigger than the size chart and are approximates.


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  • Kundan means intricate work of gold. 
  • It starts with the construction of the skeletal framework which is known as ‘Ghaat’, followed by the procedure of ‘Paadh’ where lac or natural resin is poured into the base and shaped according to the Kundan set design. 

  • The next stage is called ‘Khudai’ where the uncut, shaped, polished (multi-coloured or single coloured) gemstones, as well as glass, are laid upon the framework. More Kundan or melted gold is added to the edges for a neat, polished look. Details are fine-tuned with the addition of Meenakari at this stage.

  • After that, the process of ‘Pakai’ involves adding the gold foils to hold the piece firmly together. The final stage is the ‘Chillai’ where the gemstones are properly polished.

  • The addition of stunning Meenakari engravings makes the piece a reversible wear.

  • An intricate pair of 18K gold plated hand crafted kundan earrings. The pair is statement wear and heavy. 

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✆ Call or WhatsApp us on +91 7483555313 |Mon - Sat | 9 am to 5 pm (IST)

✉ Write to us | We’ll get back to you within 24 hours or less.


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