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Copper wire, terracotta, rosewood , cotton thread, forest seeds, glass beads, rolled paper, ball bearings and other mostly non-precious materials are used to construct this 'jewellery sans jewels' displayed here. The precious part is the expert craftsmanship, brilliant design and painstaking care that goes into the making of every single piece.

Together, these ear-rings, necklaces, bracelets, anklets, finger-rings, hair accessories and other body ornaments present an exciting new fusion of modern and traditional ideas and skills from all over the Indian subcontinent from the cities of Mumbai and Delhi to the tribal hamlets of Orissa and desert villages of Rajasthan.

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