Dance to the hues of a peacock

Peacock, being our national bird, due to its aesthetic quality, has been a favorite ornamental motif for millennia. The City Palace in Jaipur also has a beautifully designed peacock gate at the entry. Peacock plumes have inspired everything from evening gowns to eclectic bedding. A peacock inspired palette is one of the most vibrant themes happening in wedding trends as well. These patterns are also used in fabrics, cushions and dresses. Due to its multiple shades and a unique color combination it has been used in the jewellery for a long time now.

Peacock is seen a symbol of wealth, beauty and rebirth since ancient times and a symbol of dangerous pride, as well. A lot of designs of the peacock pattern are seen in the jewellery range of Aranya at Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jewellers. The impeccable shape of the peacock has been wonderfully captured and carved in the jewellery designs.

 

The flashy tail, the pointed beak, the glowing eyes and the perfect blend of vivid colors of a peacock have been designed on the jewellery while playing beautifully with the colors and shape so as to bring out the marvel and appealing charisma of this natural beauty on the meticulously crafted jewellery.

Adorn yourself with these compelling pairs of earrings which would suit all kinds of outfits be them sarees, evening dresses, salwar suits, bridal lehangas, etc according to the color and the stones used in the jewellery.

Visit Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jewellers Store at 9, Laxmi Complex, M.I. Road, Jaipur, 302001 Ph. 14123792283+911412379226  http://www.bgjewellers.in http://www.facebook.com/birdhichand, http://www.twitter.com/birdhichand

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