Romance Revisited

The mesmerising sparkle of these new-age creations transports Victorian glamour to the present day. Here are the flattering pieces that made it to the final round in the Victorian category of The Artisan Awards 2021

The Victorian era, named after Queen Victoria (1837 to 1901) is characterised by feminine and ornate forms – think bows, crosses, flowers, wreaths, birds, hearts and snake – articulated with rose cuts, old-mine cuts and cabochons. The jewellery was typically embellished with the use of gemstones like amethyst, amber, topaz, quartz, seed pearls, emerald, and sapphires.

Brooch by Priyanka Khaitan; Priyanka Khaitan Fine Jewellery
Brooch designed by Ketki Amberdekar; Manufactured by Jewel Goldi
Double brooch pin by Sumit Singh Chandel; Manufactured by H. Ajoomal Fine Jewellery
Mismatched earrings by Namrata Bharadwaj; Manufactured by A’Star Jewels Pvt. Ltd.
Earrings by Sumit Baug; Manufactured by Jesper Jewels
Brooch by Satyam Gupta; Manufactured by Junagadh Jewellery Pvt. Ltd.
Brooch designed by Koushik Mondal; Manufactured by Tanvirkumar & Company
Ear studs designed by Lekshmi Raj; Manufactured by Walking Tree India Pvt. Ltd.
Mismatched earrings by Riddhi Chheda; Manufactured by Jesper Jewels
Earrings designed by Anuj Shah; Manufactured by House of Umrao
FinalistsManufacturers
Koushik MondalTanvirkumar & Company
Lekshmi RajWalking Tree India Pvt. Ltd.
Priyanka KhaitanPriyanka Khaitan Fine Jewellery
Satyam GuptaJunagadh Jewellery Pvt. Ltd.
Namrata BhardwajA’Star Jewels Pvt. Ltd.
Ketki AmbardekarJewel Goldi
Sumit Singh ChandelH. Ajoomal Fine Jewellery
Anuj ShahHouse of Umrao
Sumit BaugJesper Jewels
Riddhi ChhedaJesper Jewels

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