The classy silver earring is just too admirable. The flowery base is attached with a conical dangler which shall swirl the hearts of many admirers. The excellence of the unique filigree technique practised by the eastern Indian craftsman is evident in the flawless details. A gift which the recipient would love to put on, very often.
Origin: This highly skilled art form is more than 500 years old and is traditionally done by local artisans on the Eastern shores of Odisha. Presently, the silver filigree workers are largely from the district of Cuttack, where the art flourishes. According to sources, the art may have come to Odisha through its trade links with Indonesia as the work
Technique: Filigree was incorporated into jewellery since 3,000 BC. An earring is created through the age-old conventional technique of filigree, unique to the eastern shores of India. Isn’t it amazing?
Use: The charming piece shall accentuate your beauty to win you great compliments. It will complement both simple and heavy outfit thus suitable for any occasion. One can wear it anytime anywhere to create that fashion statement. Gift it with love to the lovely ladies to win their hearts.
Forms of animals, birds, flowers and even miniature handbags and other souvenirs are made in Tarakasi work. The Konark Chakra and temple are great favourites as mementoes.