Agaro Jewels Gilded Journey Roya Initial Necklace
• About the Jewels • Details & Dimensions Echoing the travels of our Meenakars from Persia to India, a Gilded Journey is an enduring testament to the thousands of miles, and as many hours spent in handcrafting stories in gold: stories forging nine generations of deft craftsmanship and dedication; of regal tradition during India’s Mughal era; of forging your past, present and future. Roya initial pendants offer the ultimate in individuality: each piece is hand-crafted in its entirety, unique and tailored to your personal specification. You simply tell us your chosen letter (A-Z) and the preferred shape of your pendant; then within six weeks our artisans will craft a piece of exquisite jewelry which is guaranteed to be one of a kind. Roya pendants are modern heirlooms made with traditional artistry, drawing inspiration from ancient islamic motifs, but displaying contemporary elegance and style. Although each Roya pendant is unique, they all share the same symbolism. The traditional flower-motifs in enamel, based on the ancient indo-islamic symbols representing the fullness of life, celebrate the abundance of the natural world, and the vastness of potential waiting to be awakened within you. Details 23k gold with 24k gold kundan setting, white polki diamonds, and vitreous enamel. Comes fitted with a 22k yellow gold, handcrafted cable chain (not detachable) embellished with 22k gold leaves, white polki diamond bezels and a lobster clasp. Dimensions Pendant: approx. 1.4” x 1.2” (varies slightly depending on shape) Chain: 18” with 2” extender Each Roya necklace arrives encased in its own handcrafted home, a beautifully wrought, natural piece of wood available in various shapes and shades: Black Ebony, Indian Teak and Kadam. Please note: All of our jewelry is entirely handcrafted, which means that each piece is unique, with individual variations in the enamel motifs, carat weights and stone quantities. Everything we sell is made using traditional methods and crafts which date back to the Mughal era. To learn more about how the jewelry is made please visit The Agaro Karkhana.