22 July 2014

India International Jewellery exhibition 2014 IN PHOTOS

A huge crowd of visitors during the India International Jewellery exhibition at Goregaon.
The India International Jewellery Show (IIJS) ended on Monday . The show began on Thursday, July 17 with visitors more focused on finished jewelry than on loose diamonds. The usual weekend spike in visitor traffic for IIJS didn’t materialize this year as it had in previous years.

Cocktail RingGOLD dressSilver Royal Enfield BikeThe GOLD dressTribute to Indian Dance 2Tribute to Indian Dance Tribute to Titanic Silver ‘Royal Enfield’ Bike: The expected pricing of the bike is between Rs.50 Lakhs to Rs.1 crore (85,000 – 170,000 USD) depending upon customization.  One the biggest manufacturer exporter and dealer of silverware and silver articles, the company has painstakingly handcrafted each parts of the bike that has been laser cut for accuracy and quality (this is more expensive but far superior to other profiling methods). 
·         Gold Dress: Made in 18karat Gold.  The total weight of 3.5 Kg is made with laser motif’s and gold chain made through thin wire 0.7mm to enhance the look. Real Pearls are used in dress & it had taken 30 days to manufacture the gold dress with the help of 7 artisans.
·         Cocktail ring: The design is inspired by nature and underwater life namely Coral Reef. Made with blue tourmaline, diamonda and rubies set in 18K gold.
·         Cocktail bracelet: The design is inspired by fauna, made with peridot and brown diamonds and pearls set in 18K gold.
·         Tribute to ‘Traditional Indian dance’: India is a culturally rich country where classical dance is a perfect representation of Indian Heritage. The grace of Indian ensemble compliments the dance forms. This neckpiece is a beautiful combination and presentation of Indian art and culture.
·         Tribute to ‘TITANIC’: Designer Laksh Pahuja, known for his experimental pursuits and for crafting jewellery that has never been seen or heard of has indeed gone ahead and experienced what no jewellery designer has done so far. His latest creation is indeed an adornment that has been largely inspired by this magnanimous ship and all the stories attached to it.  A necklace featuring the famous blue diamond combined with silver, gold, Swarovski zircon, wood and diamonds.
- See more at: http://diamonddigest.in/highlights-of-iijs-2013/#sthash.WLYOpAaS.dpuf
Cocktail RingGOLD dressSilver Royal Enfield BikeThe GOLD dressTribute to Indian Dance 2Tribute to Indian Dance Tribute to Titanic Silver ‘Royal Enfield’ Bike: The expected pricing of the bike is between Rs.50 Lakhs to Rs.1 crore (85,000 – 170,000 USD) depending upon customization.  One the biggest manufacturer exporter and dealer of silverware and silver articles, the company has painstakingly handcrafted each parts of the bike that has been laser cut for accuracy and quality (this is more expensive but far superior to other profiling methods). 
·         Gold Dress: Made in 18karat Gold.  The total weight of 3.5 Kg is made with laser motif’s and gold chain made through thin wire 0.7mm to enhance the look. Real Pearls are used in dress & it had taken 30 days to manufacture the gold dress with the help of 7 artisans.
·         Cocktail ring: The design is inspired by nature and underwater life namely Coral Reef. Made with blue tourmaline, diamonda and rubies set in 18K gold.
·         Cocktail bracelet: The design is inspired by fauna, made with peridot and brown diamonds and pearls set in 18K gold.
·         Tribute to ‘Traditional Indian dance’: India is a culturally rich country where classical dance is a perfect representation of Indian Heritage. The grace of Indian ensemble compliments the dance forms. This neckpiece is a beautiful combination and presentation of Indian art and culture.
·         Tribute to ‘TITANIC’: Designer Laksh Pahuja, known for his experimental pursuits and for crafting jewellery that has never been seen or heard of has indeed gone ahead and experienced what no jewellery designer has done so far. His latest creation is indeed an adornment that has been largely inspired by this magnanimous ship and all the stories attached to it.  A necklace featuring the famous blue diamond combined with silver, gold, Swarovski zircon, wood and diamonds.
- See more at: http://diamonddigest.in/highlights-of-iijs-2013/#sthash.WLYOpAaS.dpuf

Cocktail RingGOLD dressSilver Royal Enfield BikeThe GOLD dressTribute to Indian Dance 2Tribute to Indian Dance Tribute to Titanic Silver ‘Royal Enfield’ Bike: The expected pricing of the bike is between Rs.50 Lakhs to Rs.1 crore (85,000 – 170,000 USD) depending upon customization.  One the biggest manufacturer exporter and dealer of silverware and silver articles, the company has painstakingly handcrafted each parts of the bike that has been laser cut for accuracy and quality (this is more expensive but far superior to other profiling methods). 
·         Gold Dress: Made in 18karat Gold.  The total weight of 3.5 Kg is made with laser motif’s and gold chain made through thin wire 0.7mm to enhance the look. Real Pearls are used in dress & it had taken 30 days to manufacture the gold dress with the help of 7 artisans.
·         Cocktail ring: The design is inspired by nature and underwater life namely Coral Reef. Made with blue tourmaline, diamonda and rubies set in 18K gold.
·         Cocktail bracelet: The design is inspired by fauna, made with peridot and brown diamonds and pearls set in 18K gold.
·         Tribute to ‘Traditional Indian dance’: India is a culturally rich country where classical dance is a perfect representation of Indian Heritage. The grace of Indian ensemble compliments the dance forms. This neckpiece is a beautiful combination and presentation of Indian art and culture.
·         Tribute to ‘TITANIC’: Designer Laksh Pahuja, known for his experimental pursuits and for crafting jewellery that has never been seen or heard of has indeed gone ahead and experienced what no jewellery designer has done so far. His latest creation is indeed an adornment that has been largely inspired by this magnanimous ship and all the stories attached to it.  A necklace featuring the famous blue diamond combined with silver, gold, Swarovski zircon, wood and diamonds.
- See more at: http://diamonddigest.in/highlights-of-iijs-2013/#sthash.WLYOpAaS.dpuf





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