Dynasty Collection

Dynasty Collection
11 September, 2021


Dynasty collection comes from the old and most artful jewelry types. It plays a vital role in the cultural heritage of India. These jewels look very simple but also are aesthetic. This collection is an amalgamation of Indian, European, and Asian designs. Mostly these pieces of jewelry are made and sculpted from gold and silver and metals like brass and copper. It is named dynasty collection because gold color metal and gold color wires are used and these designs are shaped in our basic dynasty sculptures.

These types of jewelry are making a return to the vogue. Also available as necklaces, bangles, earrings, and rings. Nowadays, gemstones and diamonds are embedded to make them look heavy. Sometimes, this jewelry has been created with the help of only wire and is called wire-wrap jewelry. That was started ages ago in Egypt and Europe. The combination of these wires with Indian jewels is an exotic collection for the modern world. This elite collection is loved by every woman because of its appearance and the royalty it shows.





Inspiration:

I got so much inspired and fascinated with this jewelry that I made it a collection. I am a die-hard fan of antique look gold jewelry because of the love of heritage, Indian handicraft, artisans, as I am an unlearnt Artist myself, and value all our artisans. And want to flaunt our Indian art all over the world up to the modern world's expectations. We all have heard “Old is Gold” which is the reason that this will surely be loved by Indian women.

History of Dynasty collection in India:

For more than 2,000 years, India was the sole distributor of gemstones around the globe. Merchants around the globe from land and sea came to India because Golconda diamonds, pearls from the Gulf of Mannar, and sapphires from Kashmir, were popular at that time. Ancient jewelry was the declaration of power, wealth, success, and status for the rulers. Similarly, for Indian women, it is compared to social, fruitful, and economic security. The value of this jewelry will always be recognized and will never get decreased.

Dynasty Collection jewelry:

Ek ANA earrings:

Ek ANA earrings are handmade and are created with the help of Indian real vintage coins. This earring is a big-sized wired ball hanging in a wire of antique look-alike gold metal. These are timeless pieces. Moreover, this is the perfect example of Indian heritage as ancient (for this gen) coins are used. The grace and royalty of these earrings will never fade. And they will never fail to amaze the jewels gazing eyes.

Jewels found at Indus Valley:

The foundation of Indian jewelry was around 5,000 years ago in the Indus valley. The craftsmen and artisans of Indus Valley used many priceless matters of that time like carnelian, agate, turquoise, faience, steatite, and feldspar. They decorated these jewels with bands, dots, patterns, and minute gold.

After some time, they started wearing that jewelry. For example, the necklace which was found by archaeologists in MohenJodaro is now seen at the jewelry gallery in the National Museum of Delhi.

Gold rings are always in trend. When they are made with a twist, become a piece for forever use. These rings are contemporary-style statement pieces. A matte finish is neither lustrous nor reflective. It is a low-key and minute finish that is usually polished but may also be combined with textured finishes. It is an adjustable Matt gold designer geometric ring that can be used with any kinda dress. This ring states for itself.

Ancient Necklaces of Rajasthan:

The ancient necklace was made with pendants of banded agate and jade beads were hanged by a thick gold wire. It is not only the technical skills that one stares at. The continuity of design is extraordinary.

With time, Indian jewelry became more complex in style and workmanship. After the end of Mohenjodaro, the Indian artisans started polishing their skills vastly. Also, the sculptures at Sanchi, Amravati, and Bharhut and the pictures and paintings of Ajanta describe the spacious range of jewelry worn by the king, queens, and common people.

 At first, these mind-boggling pieces were created exclusively determined to enhance the icon. Now, with the time passing, artists who entertained crowds at the temple with their interpretations of religious pieces started to wear impression of the style of the jewels embraced for the icons. 

With figures of different animals and small beautiful creatures like butterflies, birds, and bugs in gold like antique look metal combines to or framing the pendant on pearl string accessories. Gleaming rubies and emeralds are set in these pieces in tempting examples that get the attention like the ruby as the bird's eye.

Indian and Central Asian Styles:

This magical power credited to gems is personified by the Navaratna, an accessory set with nine kinds of worthy stones, which together represent the nine beautiful forces of the Hindu universe. The appearance of Mughal rule additionally decorated the universe of Indian jewels. The combination of Indian and Central Asian styles and designs brought about an extraordinary disturbance of ornamentation, rich and perfect, and a luxurious lavishness is never seen.

Emeralds at the time of Mughals:

Expensive metals with banging alleviation improvement and plating, the covering of jade with designs, with stem-work of gold and leaves and blossoms in stones, were steps that created destiny of patterns. The dull shading range of green, red and white in Mughal patterns relates to the escalated utilization of emeralds, rubies, and precious stones. However, these diamonds were an image of the royalty and goodness of the domain. They were additionally loved as protective charms. Emeralds were vastly well known with the Mughal Court, whose rulers suggested to them as "Tears of the Moon."
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