Adore is Ablaze with Avyay

“The matchless hero who held the fate of the emperors in the palm of his hand but himself never desired a throne.
The great hero who was born in a prison and died in solitude in a forest. The architect of Dharma who lives forever in the hearts of the people of India and the whole world. India’s peerless avatar, Lord Krishna” – Srimurthi, Bhagvat Gita In the Dvapara Yuga, as a hindu deity, Lord Krishna was adorned with an elaborate crown and heavy jewellery.

In earlier times, a mukut used to define royalty, and the one who wore it beamed with pride. Ablaze with its Avyay jewellery,
Adore Jewels has proved to be one of the finest in town.

The refined work and unique technique of theva has been used in this design. A work like glass theva with carved figures of “Krishna” add as a hallmark of this jewellery. The softened feather-like texture given on the top of the product is precisely established.

The rich blue sapphire stones hanging down gracefully also embody a deeper aspect of mythology with them. The sapphire was thought to contain the power of protection from poisoning and envy and hence,
was used in the earlier times.

The overall look of the piece instantly makes you fall in love with it and takes you back to the time when Lord Krishna used to play his melodious bansuri and perform shringar with his gopis in the dense forests of Vrindavan.

The Chapeau Of Choice

Hats became a staple from the 16th century in women’s fashion. Although its origin goes back to the dawn of time when it was used primarily for covering the head, it was widely seen as an indicator of wealth used by royals excessively to showcase prestige and class. The picture Hat was the legacy of Georgiana Cavendish Duchess of Devonshire during late Georgian Britain which left a deep imprint. It was evolved and adopted by various elites especially Princess Diana in the 80s followed by Kate Middleton and Megan Markle.

Our design is reminiscent of that legacy while being boldly symbolic of contemporary royal trends in headgear. After World War 2nd the headgear became less luxurious but the trend was revived by Princess Diana with her avant-garde outfits.

Especially in a headgear like ours, the designers have opted for mesh weaving which gives the piece a novel touch
as Edwardian hats relied on straw weaving techniques which they exported from Italy. The matte finish topped with the feather gives it a polished touch and represents royalty and class.

A picture hat design jewellery headpiece with flamboyantly crafted feathers is a must-have for not only royal fashion enthusiasts but anyone who looks for opportunities to use ornaments to style their look.

A Story Of Enchantment With A Twist Of Regalia

Dated back to the 11th century, amongst the peaceful town of Kiradu lies the five temples of Kiradu. It is believed that the temples were constructed by the vassals of the Chalukya monarchs. Fascinated by the architectural prowess of these temples, Sunyana couldn’t resist but come up with a product like the Miniature Kiradu Temple Necklace

The structure and design of the temples are in their best architectural integrity. Despite their beauty, these temples are infamous for being haunted and mysterious. It is believed to be cursed by a sage and is still considered to be under the sage’s wrath including the temples.

Adore’s latest jewellery collection features this gorgeous necklace. The finesse and detailed work is a remarkable representation of our ancient history and culture. On the centrepiece, the walls are engraved with symbols and figures of Gods and Goddesses along with several animal forms as well. Another major highlight of this product lies in the turquoise stones which dazzle around in the hues of blue and green. The turquoise gemstone is known to be the earliest evidence from the Egyptian Tombs. The aforementioned has been used to add a realistic and classic look to the product.

A piece of jewellery like The Miniature Kiradu Temple Necklace is all that one needs not only to keep the bequests alive, but also to accentuate one’s ensemble.

Ekatva; A Jewellery Which Unites Us

The title of this purely hand-done jewellery has its origin back to a very popular Sanskrit word “Ekatva” which means : “oneness” or “unity”.

The concept of this piece of jewellery also revolves around Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam; a philosophy that inculcates an understanding that the whole world is one family.

The details of this magnificent piece are properly done. Each feature holds a
deep meaning which adds up to the value of this accessory.

The silver, rose-gold and gold plated polish used in designing the structure outlining the globe, emphases on the idea of unity of the world. The globe in the centre has been crafted with utmost precision in its geographical as well as structural aspect. The two-tone plated jewellery acts as a symbol of self realization of inner peace, making it clear for the viewer that the sense of peace and harmony is only established in the world when there is unity of individuals.

The true essence of this beautiful piece of jewellery lies in the title of the jewellery ‘ekatva’ which portrays that despite being so diverse in a way of its multiple colored plating and variety of stones used, this piece promotes oneness of its people, places and cultures.

The Artistry Of The Chaumukha Bracelet

By taking inspiration from our founder’s profound love for aesthetics in architecture, this eloquent product has been crafted in the finest of details. This bracelet has been crafted after one of the largest and most important temples of Jain culture. Situated in the heart of the enchanting valley of the Aravallis, the Jain Temple of Ranakpur is a majestic beauty. The temple has also been named as Chaturmukha Dharana Vihara, and is devoted to Tirthankara Rishabhanatha.

The exquisite details and the artistic vision of this creation excels in numerous ways. To create a miniature structure in form of a jewellery, Adore Jewels outshined in creating a marvelous representation of this edifice, also christened as “The Chaumukha Bracelet”

The most outstanding feature of this temple is the intricate and detailed work involved in making it. The amount of effort and workmanship required in this product is commendable and the purpose and spirit of art has been portrayed immaculately. Be it while displaying the entrances, or the four huge white marble images, the artistic side of the design has been taken care of. A beautifully carved statue of deity Parshvanatha with 1008 serpent heads with tails is situated in the centre of the product. The other figures standing on either side carry a significance.

A piece of jewellery to enshrine the Jain deities as well as the beauty of this creation.

Carry An Elegant Touch With An Indo-Victorian Clutch

The classic look of this Victorian style clutch along with an Indian touch, makes this product notably different from the other clichéd clutches. This particular clutch has various instruments encircled in it which harmonize the mesmerising effect. A touch of culture has been depicted through a harmonium which is considered as the cynosure of the eyes of Indian musicians. A guitar which symbolizes contentment and peace in one’s life. The third instrument, the saxophone, which through its unique and exotic shape creates a sense of modernity, innovation, and exploration in the minds of the viewers. Lastly, the dominant instrument in Hindustani music, sitar, an instrument linked to goddess Saraswati; the goddess of knowledge, music and art. The black diamonds studded to its gold plated surface, balance out the look and give a rich look in the eyes of the beholder.

The clutch is crafted in pure silver mesh-weaving work resulting in adding grace to this masterpiece. The royal and modern touch is given by the rich combination of gold and silver. All these minute and beautiful details engraved in this clutch makes this a refined work of sheer elegance.

With its novel creation of a Victorian style jewellery with elements of indie music, Adore Jewels defines exemplariness with its Indo-Victorian Clutch.

Symbolism in Serpentine

Serpents are portrayed very differently around the world and throughout time. Snakes were seen as evil, dangerous, and corrupt by some, and by others recognized as the symbol of fertility, rebirth, healing, and guardianship. This duality captures the essence of life in the best way and makes snakes a popular subject in art and design. Consequently, serpents became a symbol of timeless motifs. This can accentuate the sensuality and glamour of the wearer.

Two things in modern history that heavily contributed to the international recognition for the snake designs were; firstly, the seductive serpentine collection of Bulgari, which first started producing in the 1940s. Secondly, the engagement ring given by Prince Albert to Queen Victoria started a trend that continues to this day. You can find the recollection of that time in our new headgear design, too. The ring was encrusted with the rubies in place of eyes. A similar feature can also be found in our tiara which is used to give it a more natural and lively look.

The tiara embodies the grandeur in its design. This spans from delicate design to skilled craftsmanship.

The tiara is made from one single hollow pipe which represents the “circle of life”, a theme especially attached to snakes. Stones like Smoky quartz, Labra, Red onyx, Emerald, and Ruby are used in the making of the tiara, which captures the royal and exclusive presence within the piece. There is two-tone plating which is quite difficult to be handcrafted, but with our expertise, this piece was able to be displayed in the National Jewelry contest.

The rich, cultural and historical context of the ornament paired with its delicate yet bold design makes it a piece that leaves an imprint both on the eyes and the mind. It’s something that you definitely shouldn’t shy away from.