As our designs are handmade in limited series, we do not hold an extensive stock. If your jewel of choice is not immediately available, a manufacturing time of 6 to 8 weeks is applicable. Of course, we will keep you informed throughout this period. If you have any special request, please get in touch with us via firstname.lastname@example.org
Designs from our Contemporary Collections are handcrafted with only premium materials sourced from the region. Our team of expert artisans in our studios in Jaipur apply both traditional and hereditary techniques as well as state-of-the-art, contemporary goldsmith’s techniques.
Jewellery from our VGJ Heritage Collection are age old, one of a kind pieces. They are delicate and need to be handled with care. Please store your jewellery in the supplied pouches and cases, to prevent them from scratching.
Please avoid contact with water, perfume, other liquids or strong substances.
In our workshop we have a team of specialists who are experts in any restauration, restringing, stone setting or restauration challenge. Please contact email@example.com for a consultation
When not worn, we strongly advise jewellery from our Collections to be stored in the supplied pouch and cases. With the exception of enamelled surfaces, your jewellery can be cleaned with a soft toothbrush and soft jewellery polishing cloth. Avoid any soap
Items featuring waxed cotton cord should be kept away from water and other strong substances.
If your VGJ piece is in need of repair, restringing, sizing or thorough cleaning, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to plan your appointment.
A pair of 18k gold ear pendants, an oval top with suspended stem, with a gold oval bead halfway down the stem and a gold oval bead at the end. The gold beads are decorated with delicate white enamel in a wave like linear pattern.
The enamel decor is a reference to the white plaster paint decorations one would see on clay water vessels, bhavia, stacked and carried over often long distances by the women of the rural parts of Rajasthan and Gujarat, India. The gold bead is a reference to these water vessels. The wave like pattern is a stylised reference to the rippling of water. This motif in indian art is connected with flowing water, which in this concept is considered a fertility symbol.