Significance of 8 Ancient Best Necklaces you never knew!

Necklace Design is very special to every woman. This brings grace to a woman. There are some ancient designs which are really famous and elegant that many have them for marriages and sometimes we see elderly women presenting it to the younger generation on the auspicious occasion of Marriage. They store Jewellery(Necklace) with care. Some best ones are:

1. Necklace with rhombus pendant

Splendid choker formed with pink gemstones and gold-drops arranged elaborately. A rhombus pendant is embedded containing the pink gemstones and ghungroo droplets. A splendid creation in the Temple jewellery style. Made in the form of a choker and it constitues clear arrangement of pink gemstones against gold-drops along its round-curve and the gorgeous pendant. Best for any occasion let it be paired with any party wear or ethnic wear.

Necklace with rhombus pendant

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2. Gajalakshmi pendant haar

Gold GajaLakshmi pendant arranged with semiprecious red-rubies and joints with traditional motifs embossed.

Red-rubies necklace with a glorious Gajalakshmi pendant. This Temple jewellery is an elegant arrangement of semiprecious red rubies and joints with embossing of traditional motifs. Embedded with dangling ghungroo droplets, this traditional pendant haar is elaborately worked upon to form the symbolic Goddess Lakshmi explained by a pair of elephants and a pair of Peacocks.

Necklace- Gajalakshmi pendant haar

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3. Rubied Paisleys Necklace

Pink-green gemstones paisley necklace is a beautiful traditional Temple jewellery that is suitable for all celebrations. Pretty necklace with pink and green gemstones arranged in paisleys strung across linked rhombus formation of tiny pink gemstones.


The elegant appeal of the paisleys is enhanced by the soft lustre of the gemstones. This Temple jewellery with the pure attraction of the natural colors in the gemstones, adds to your appeal statement in traditional wear.

Necklace- Rubied Paisleys Necklace

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4. Gold-drops Mala

This is an elegant Temple jewellery with gold-drops malas held at the ends by joints embossed with the traditional peacocks.

The gold-drops malas in four strings held together with a peacock embossed joint. The finish on the gold-drops gives it a crystalline lustre beside the natural golden gleam. Delicate and detailed embossing of peacocks at the end-joints is a skilled work of tradition and unmatched charm on the necklace.This Temple jewellery goes best with ethnic wear.

Necklace- Gold-drops Mala

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5. Manikal Haaram

Traditional double-stone necklace of semiprecious rubies with an intricate round pendant dangling from a peacock-pair motif. Pink gemstone-pairs mala with a round intricate pendant of semiprecious rubies and golddrops dangling from a peacock pair link.
This long necklace goes beautifully with ethnic wear and is best suited for traditional occassions. This necklace is designed in the temple jewellery style inspired by the southern temples India. Specially made by skilled artisans in gold and silver.

Necklace- Manikal Haaram

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6. Kodi Addigai

Charming traditional necklace of kodi(leaf) maala adorned with golddrops and semi-precious stones in green and pink. Kodi addigai temple jewellery necklace of leaf-shaped motifs extending from carved plates with golddrops and semi-precious stones in green and pink.

This elaborate necklace goes best with ethnic wear and is a mark of statement and beauty for traditional occasions. Kodi addigai’s design is inspired by the architectural design of temples of South India. Specially made in in gold and silver by skilled artisans.

Necklace- Kodi Addigai

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7. Kasu Malai

Kaasu maalai is a traditional necklace. This beautiful is a brilliant work of coins is delicately engraved with Goddess Lakshmi shape. Shaped together with auspicious red and green gemstones and gleaming golddrops.Necklace of coins, a statement of wealth in the South Indian Temple jewellery style with Goddess Lakshmi engraved delicately on each coin.
Alternating coins are arranged using red and green gemstones across gentle gold-drops.

A great piece of necklace to wear with ethnic Indian clothing called Kasu Malai. This Temple Jewellery design is inspired by the Temples of South India.

Necklace- Kasu Malai

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8. Divine Doublets Necklace

Beautiful double mala of pink gemstones held in carved links, joined by flower joints. It has a gleaming pendant of pink gemstones around a green stone with dangling gold-drops. – Pink gemstones embedded in elaborate links beautifully held in a double mala by flower joints.

The pendant is a beautiful design of pink gemstones around a mid-green gemstone with brushed ghungroo droplets dangling beneath.The necklace is designed in the temple jewellery genre, inspired by Temples of South India.

Necklace- Divine Doublets Necklace

source: http://www.madhurya.com

Tell us which one impressed you and how many do you already own?

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