LAXMI JEWELLERY EXPORT PVT LTD SHOWED A CROSS SECTION OF THE MOST BRILLIANT JEWELLERY AT THE INDIA INTERNATIONAL JEWELLERY WEEK 2012
From colours, stones to Jadau, Kundan and Polki, Laxmi Jewellery
Export Pvt. Ltd had everything that a woman can dream of at the India
International Jewellery Week 2012.
With the company’s handcrafted expertise being its forte, the show
was a riot of colour and style as the exquisite jewellery designs floated
down the ramp on the lovely models.
Presenting four different lines the show opened with “The Diamond
Collection” which was sheer poetry, as lacy chokers with matching
earrings, bangles encrusted with diamonds and pyramid shaped
neckpieces with rubies and pearls dangling on the edges created magic
on the ramp.
For the “Polki Jadau Range” there were rows of Polkis on gold Raani
Haars with graduating pendants and rubies nestled in a bed of Polkis for
shimmering necklaces. The high collar choker, the tantalizing chandelier
earrings and the ruby, cabochon emeralds in a V shaped sheet of Polkis
were something women dream of.
“The Kundan Line” was a dramatic mix of pearls, gold, rubies and
emeralds as they danced in a beautiful melody on the necklaces flowing
into a large circle of beads, the Raani Haar with ruby inset pendant, the
swinging cummerbunds on slim waist and cuffs on elegant wrists.
“The Antique Kundan Jewellery” line had flat fine Kundan collars, which
spread to the ends of shoulders, the Cleopatra neckpiece with centre
petalled flower, the arrestingly beautiful Maang tikkas and the giant
jhumkas with emeralds rubies showed the company’s expertise in
design and style.
The finale was reserved for the very majestic “Jadau Polki” set
comprising the three strands of Polkis to create a Raani Haar with giant
South Sea pearls, the shoulder dusters that grabbed the attention of
every woman in the audience, the solid gold carved cuffs and stunning
rings were a perfect end to an opulent presentation of jewellery.
The red and gold lehengas, velvet cholis, dupattas and pre-stitched
saris made up the enticingly gorgeous collection created by designer,
Sushma Patel to match the glory of the ornaments.
When it comes to jewellery that stands the test of time, Laxmi
Jewellery Export Pvt Ltd had all the options that will delight the modern
fashionista and the bride-to-be.
The Gems & Jewellery Export Promotion Council is an all – India apex
body representing 5,300 members. Started in 1966, it operates under
the surveillance of the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government
of India. More information log onto www.gjepc.org
About the SPONSORS:
This show is presented in association with PC Jewellers and
International Gemological Institute. Liquor partners for IIJW are
Signature and beverages are sponsored by Kingfisher. Jashn is the
ethnic wear sponsor for the event, Logistics arranged by Lemuir group,
broadcasts partnered by Star Plus and Radio Partners for the event are
Red FM 93.5 FM.