It’s Still Bright In Here

Rashmi Rajgopal summarises the eight-day Neelam Kothari jewellery event as the eve draws to a close.

Fin:  For those of you who dropped by the blog a few days ago, you’re in the know—today was the last day of Neelam Kothari Soni’s jewellery event at the Saffronart Delhi gallery. If you’re cursing yourself for having missed out on a perfectly opportune occasion to stock up your jewellery cases, you have good reason to continue whining.

The jewellery included in our collection featured rare stones, including unheated Burmese rubies–the most valuable and the rarest of their kind; Colombian emeralds, diamonds of VVS clarity–very, very slight inclusions–a classification that makes these little beauties highly sought-after. Rarity alone isn’t attractive enough. These pieces were hand-picked for being meticulously designed…and ensuring that you garner attention for looking elegant and not like you’ve accidentally been transported three centuries ahead of your time.

But fret not! The success of this event means one thing is for sure—we’ll continue with our efforts to lure you to our galleries. Wedding season is the most obvious excuse, yes, but you don’t really need a reason to purchase beautifully crafted finery. Especially when it’s meant to stay with you and succeeding generations.

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