When creative geniuses come together, the result is exemplary. This stood true at the event organized on the 60th Anniversary of Hong Kong Indian Women’s Club hosted by Payal Shah and Tania Mohan.
At the event, India’s leading luxury jewellery house, Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jewellers presented an exotic array of jewellery pieces in association with fashion luminary Manish Malhotra. The 2-day show was organized at Island Shangri-La in the pulsating city of Hong Kong. The viewers of the show were completely awed by our majestic designs. Our luxurious jewellery always has that magnetic charm.
We felt great pride in representing Indian heritage in Hong Kong. The moment became bigger as we got an opportunity to work together with Manish Malhotra who is the pioneer of Indian fashion movement. The show was a treat for Indian women living away from their homeland as it reminded them of their rich culture.
Birdhichand’s Creative Director Yash Agrawal and his wife Pragya Agrawal were present at the show along with Manish Malhotra.
The current edition of Vogue Wedding Book 2017 is extremely special as it talks about royalty that’s imbibed in Rajasthan where Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jewellers is based. Apart from that the Wedding Book sheds light on wedding inspirations with royal touch by taking best of the royal art and sprinkling it on wedding ensembles. To add to this blissful amalgamation, Vogue picked up some exquisite jewellery pieces designed by Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jewellersinspired by the traditional finery from the past for the royal brides today in this story.
Featured in the Royal Affair collection of masterpieces for weddings in Vogue Wedding Book, the earrings titled no. 6 are designed with rose cut diamonds in 18K gold by Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jewellers.
Embraced by Aditi Rao Hydari and other beautiful brides, the exquisite bracelets, choker, bangles, hathphool and mathapatti designed with ruby, emerald, diamond polkis and rose cut diamonds in 18K gold by Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jewellers are as ravishing as a new bride and the bridesmaid.
Also, don’t miss to read through Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jewellers’ Creative Director, Yash Agarwal’s interview in the issue. Known for their amalgamation of old and new techniques, Birdhichand’s latest collection Adaa sees the revival of stone cutting techniques used in pink enamel.
The 13th Gemfields Retail Jeweller India Awards 2017 applauded the finest makers of jewellery in India at the ceremonial award function held on 29th July at Grand Hyatt Mumbai. And, we are elated to share that Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jewellers won the “Couture Jewellery of the Year” award for this designer brooch embellished with emerald and diamonds in beautiful cuts.
Recognized as the Oscars of India’s retail jewellery industry, is the most prestigious platform for talent in the Indian retail jewellery industry. The RJIA platform is a peerless showcase for the creative genius of India’s leading jewellery houses. This year there were more than 1,000 entries from across the country. After two rigorous rounds of judging, 90 designs made it as the final nominations, of which Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jewellers won the “Couture Jewellery of the Year” category.
Creative Director, Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jewellers, Yash Agarwal receiving the award
We are proud to be associated with the 13th Gemfields Retail Jeweller India Awards 2017, as it appreciates creativity and raises jewellery industry to a higher level.
Celebrating the magnificence & valour of the glorious women of India, Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jewellers presented their spectacular collection – Adaa at ‘Happily Ever After’ – an Installation Show by leading Indian designer Anamika Khanna, on the opening day of FDCI India Couture Week 2017.
The array of jewellery designs adorned by around 50 installations was a surreal walk through an Indian bride’s wonderland where she meets some wondrous rituals and unveils a different shade of her at every step. With allusions to ancient India in its hints of modernity, each design entwines in it a concoction of boldness and delicacy, just like a beatific Indian bride. The signature pieces of the bridal collection have been designed with inlaying of rose cut diamonds and other gemstones in bold pieces of emeralds & rubies adorned by various mannequins representing the different moods of an Indian bride. Emeralds in vivacious hues hailing from different origins, diamonds with various cuts viz. full cut brilliant, rose cut & flat cut in the palette of white, canary yellow & vivid pink, the alluring tanzanite & natural basara pearls add a facet of exclusiveness & opulence to the bridal charm. The customs & traditions of a wedding are woven in the jewellery designs and swathed in flamboyant colors enveloping all the pious ceremonies of an Indian bride.
Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jewellers stands as a paragon of innovation and panache for six decades in the segment of luxury jewellery houses with Yash Agarwal being the brain behind all the designing concepts and themes of new collections. An unconventional fusion of jewellery styles by Birdhichand finds an edge in terms of innovation and vogue especially in terms of its bridal jewellery. The latest collection Adaa draws its inspiration from six iconic beauties of India viz. Maharani Gayatri Devi, Sita Devi, Umrao Jaan, Jodha Bai, Queen Niloufer and Razia Sultan, who were known for their innate sense of style and fashion.
In association with leading Indian designer Anamika Khanna, Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jewellers is just 3 days away from exhibiting its collection ‘Adaa’ at the India Couture Week 2017 on 24th July 2017 !! Watch the teaser here and ‘Save the Date’ !
The latest issue of Harper’s Bazaar Bride sheds some light on ‘Art Weds Fashion’ by taking some art out of the galleries and sprinkling it on wedding ensembles. To add to this blissful union, Harper’s Bazaar Bride picked up some exquisite jewellery pieces designed by Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jewellers inspired by Mughal miniature art for the royal bride.
Blue Sapphire Earrings by Birdhichand
Earrings by Adaa, Birdhichand
Bracelet by Birdhichand – Harper’s Bazaar Bride
Unearthing the forgotten art of Glyptography
Known for their amalgamation of old and new techniques, Birdhichand’s latest collection Adaa sees the revival if stone cutting techniques used in pink enamel.
“I have always had a penchant for reviving forgotten crafts and bringing them back to my designs.”
~ Yash Agarwal, Birdhichand
The grand summit had leaders from the world of bullion and jewellery trade, precious metal mining and refining industries, central and bullion banks, commodity exchanges, trade federations, logistics, media analysts and top government officials.
Yash Agarwal in conversation with the fellow panelists during 4th India Bullion and Jewellers Association Panel Discussion
The grand summit also featured India Bullion & Jewellery Awards where Yash was awarded a trophy in the category ‘Industry Crusader of the Year’ along with a Certificate of Honour.