This collection is an empowering stand against domestic violence, which permeates through social, economic, professional, religious boundaries. Some strong motifs that invoke the power of the goddesses are swords, knives and the trishul, weapons of the goddesses themselves, all intricately worked, beautiful and grand like wedding jewels traditionally given to a bride, and yet, symbols of empowerment. The underlying message is also to the families that their daughter's trousseau must be strength, support and knowledge, and not just gold.
All plated jewellery does lose a bit of it's colour over time. However, if maintained properly, this is mimized to a large extent! We recommend always storing your Eina Ahluwalia jewellery in the branded cloth pouch and signature box that it comes in. Also, remember to always wear your jewellery AFTER spraying on any perfume as the alcohol content in the perfume errodes any sort of plating. It is also recommended to keep your jewellery away from water. Eina Ahluwalia offers free re-plating service for life for all jewellery purchased at www.einaahluwalia.com or our online/retail partners. If you see any of your EA jewellery discolour over time, mail us with a picture at firstname.lastname@example.org and our team will guide you through the process!
The 'trishul' or trident is symbolic of the trinity of Love, Respect and Protect which as words, are also used as motifs in the jewellery.
As seen on world boxing champion, Mary Kom 'Warrior Helmet' jhumkas with cascading pearls from our 'Wedding Vows' Collection - a voice against Domestic Violence.
100% handcrafted by our team of Master Craftsmen in India. Also included in packaging : Concept card with a note about the collection, care card & a note from the designer. Any personalised messages can also be included. Jewellery comes in a travel-friendly fabric pouch & our keepsake pinewood box.
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