It will be a breathtaking decision for a jewellery connoisseurs to chose the design at 'The Best of Jewels exhibition' being held at Chamundi Vihar Stadium in city. Various designs, styles, and forms of gold, silver, diamond, platinum, Gem Stones and Pearls. jewellery’s are displayed under one roof.
Jewelry on display includes traditional Antique Jewelry, Temple Jewelry, Meenakari, Nisam Collection, Kundan Works, Beads, Bridal, Custom made, Filigree (Tarkashi), Jadau, Panchikam, Navarathna in forms of bangles, Necklaces, Mangalasutras, Armlets, Anklets, Chokers, Motifs, Pendants, Kambarbandh (Tagdi), and many more range of outstanding historical Jewelry from across India.
This rich tradition, exclusive Jewelry is presented being held on this grand scale for the first time in association with ‘The Jewelers Association of Mysore', to enable purchases ahead of weeding season and Deepavali. 18 years ago, Shroff Varthakara Sangha had organised Jewellery’s expo at Mysore Place.
“I got a chance to see the exceptional creativity and effort that has gone in making these designs. The expo is fabulous,” says Neethu.
Jewellers from across country have taken part in the expo. The expo will be held till November 5 between 10.30 am and 8 pm.
Cynosure of all eyes at expo
Solitaire Single Line diamond Necklaces and Gold jacket were cynosure of all eyes at the jewelery exhibition. The diamond necklaces was exhibited by Sudarshan and Sons, worth Rs 13 million (Rs 1.30 crore) was embedded with 43 diamonds, 33.42 carat and weighs 44.64. Proprietor Sunil said that there is good demand for fancy coloured diamond, precious colour stone jewelleries, Tanzanite, Uncut diamond and close setting jewelleries.
Gold Jacket exhibited by A Shankara Cheety and Sons is very user friendly. The Jacket which has been made for daily use can be wore comfortably. The jacket weighs around 3.5 kilo and worth Rs 1.25 crore.
Proprietor Adarsh K Murthy said that the jacket has created exclusively for the exhibition purpose.
Navarathan Jewellers had exhibited silver Mantapa, Sword and Cradle at the expo. Sword which was completely made out of silver worth Rs 7 lakh, while the mantap and cradle were 68 and 65 kilo respectively.
Fashion Jewelleries like imitating jewelleries to take center note at expo. Proprietor of Kushal's said that the imitating jewellery are copy of gold jewelleries, and the prices are very less, as they will be made out of copper and base metal. The range begins from 500 to 10,000.
Its not only that gold is glittering at expo, while diamond, silver, ruby, semi precious stones, emerald, coral, pearl, catseye are too glittering.